ABOUT THE CONCERT SERIES: Dana Point Coastal Arts (DPCA) and the City of Dana Point are bringing world class classical music to Dana Point. Dana Point Coastal Arts Concert Series is a classical music series featuring solo performers and chamber orchestras, aimed at cultivating new generations of appreciative listeners and making classical music available to Dana Point.
TICKET INFORMATION: Individual Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for seniors (65 and over), students and military. You may also purchase individual tickets online using the links below, at the door or call us at 949.542.8361.
PERFORMANCE LOCATION: All performances are held at St. Edward's Church, 33926 Calle La Primavera in Dana Point (map). Many thanks to St. Edward's parish and Pastor, Reverend Steve Sallot, for providing the use of their beautiful santuary facility for the Dana Point Coastal Arts Concert Series again this year.
QUESTIONS? Please eMail us or call us at 949.542.8361.
2011 CONCERT DATES
Thursday, Apr 14th @ 7:00pm: Victoria Robertson, soprano, From Broadway to Opera or Learn More.
Friday, May 13th @ 7:00pm: Montage Symphony Orchestra present Mozart and Beethoven
About the Sunday, Feb 13th @ 2:00pm Montage Symphony Orchestra & SOCSA Choir Performance:
The Montage Symphony Orchestra, Dean Anderson, conductor, with the Dana Hills High School SOCSA Choir, Raymond Woods, conductor, will open this year's magnificent concert series. DPCA is also committed to promoting arts education and the SOCSA Choir and soloists will be joining the series in Beethoven's Choral Fantasy. This concert will also feature Beethoven Egmont Overture and Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5.
This is a video of Montage Symphony Orchestra performance from the 2010 Dana Point Coastal Arts Concert Series held at St. Edward's Church. Led by conductor, Dean Anderson, they performed Mozart's Symphony No. 34. Buy Tickets Now for their 2011 performance.
PRESS RELEASE ABOUT THE PERFORMANCES:
Berenika Schmitz, Artistic Director
Dana Point Coastal Arts Concert Series
Tel. (301) 832-0388 firstname.lastname@example.org
There are fabulous upcoming ARTS events coming up that you will not want to miss:
Shakespeare in the Park - Dana Point Theater Company - 'The Tempest'
August 27 - 29, 6:00 p.m. - Lantern Bay Park, Dana Point
Dana Point Arts Festival - Sunday, October 11, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - Lantern Bay Park
The annual DP Arts Festival includes visual and performing arts from around the world. Live music, Dance Performances, Food, Hands-On Activities, Art Exhibition (Images of Dana Point) and more!
Images of Dana Point - Call for Entries. Physical judging on Sunday, September 27 at the Dana Point Public Library. For all the details, call at (949) 542-8361. CLICK HERE to download ARTIST ENTRY FORM.
New Dana Point Artist Studios/Gallery/Workshop Space - coming in November. Time to begin an Arts District.
For more information, call (949) 542-8361
Shakespeare: Dana Point
"As You Like It" by William Shakespeare
Family feuds, romantic entanglements, mistaken identities and spiritual revelations all combine to create one of Shakespeare‚s most loved and delightfully performed comedies. Shakespeare‚s incomparable poetry˜and some of his most famous speeches˜bring this tale of ambition and power, romance and intrigue to life. The Dana Point Theater Company once again makes it accessible and enjoyable to everyone by setting the play in the old west!
Performances July 21-23, 2005 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 24, 4:30 p.m
Heritage Park, Dana Point
An Afternoon of Art & Tea at the Fountains
You are invited to attend an elegant afternoon tea in the beautiful dining room of the Fountains at Sea Bluffs for a special presentation by Dana Point Coastal Arts. Please attend this special fund-raising tea and help promote the arts in Dana Point
Exhibit of Dana Point Coastal Arts member’s work
Fashion show by Sea Styles of Dana Point
Special performance by Dana Point Theatre Company
Emmy winner John Clarke who played “Mickey Horton” on
Days of Our Lives
The Dana Point Theater Company’s performance of “A Whale of a Play” at the Ocean Institute March 5 was a wonderful evening of original one-act plays incorporating the theme of whales. The entire production was written, directed and acted within a 24 hour period making for an evening of exciting and spontaneous theater. The response and feedback we received was positive and we hope this will become an annual event. We would like to thank our artists for their contributions of their time and talent. We had a range in genres of the plays from dramatic to farce and the playwrights gave us terrific stories in the limited time they had to write.
“The Blow Hole” Written by Rico Freedman Directed by Markus von Allman
Performed by Jeanne Nelson and Maury Morgan
“Gifilte Fish” Written by Alex Weisman
Performed by Alex Weismann and Alicia Erlinger
“Ancient Mariner” Written by Michael Buss Directed by Michael Buss
Performed by Brenda Erlinger and Robert Kihayian
“On the Way to Baja” Written by Casey Hayes
Performed by Jeanne Nelson and Michael Buss
“Migration Patterns” Written by John Lane
Performed by Nick Lawson and Maury Morgan
“Skeletons in the Closet” Written by Josh Arnold
Performed by Nick Lawson and Thomas
Many thanks to the Ocean Institute and the Festival of Whales committee for allowing us to be a part of the Festival of Whales.
Jan. 03 Piano Concert with Victoria
If you missed out on this one…well…you missed out.
What a treat to have Ms. Rubinchik play for us. She is an accomplished
pianist who played Tchaikovsky and Chopin (among others) masterfully.
The intimate program allowed the audience to see her hands playing
with an impressive range. In addition to the wonderful concert,
we all came away with an appreciation of her struggles in Russia
as well as her approach to the piano and teaching. This event was
such an overwhelming success we plan to have Ms. Rubinchik back
in the future.
Jan. 03 A Night in Japan
The Women’s Club was the site for our evening of Japanese
entertainment and cuisine. Wakatsuey Bando showed traditional dance
techniques and demonstrated how to put on a kimono by dressing
up DPCA member Monica Dunham. Ms. Wakatsuey’s dance was followed
by the taiko drums which were skillfully played by Hikari Taiko.
The performance was a special treat for all. Then came the food
specially prepared by Junko Erlinger…and it kept on coming.
Just when you thought you had your meal, out came another specialty
and it was delicious. Thank you to all who came for this special
night making it a success!
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