Annual Laguna Beach Music Festival : Laguna Beach, California

10th Annual Laguna Beach Music Festival : Feb 6 – 12, 2012

Laguna Beach Music Festival is a week-long event in scenic Laguna Beach, California, presented by Laguna Beach Live! and the Philharmonic Society of Orange County. Dedicated to artistic excellence and innovation, each Festival stars prominent and promising musicians in a variety of activities to attract both the casual listener and the aficionado, who share space in the Festival’s intimate, human-scale venues.

A highlight of each Festival is the unique occasion for gifted young musicians to study with master musicians, while the public has the rare opportunity to observe these stars of tomorrow as they hone their technique and expression. Past Festival mentor musicians have included world-class pianists Claude Frank, Bruno Canino and Christopher O’Riley, bassist-composer Edgar Meyer who returns this year, The Ahn Trio, Turtle Island String Quartet, cellist Lynn Harrell and Composer Paul Chihara with the Claremont Trio. At the inaugural Festival in 2003 the emerging artist ensemble was the Calder Quartet; now this well-established ensemble returns as master quartet in residence for the Tenth Anniversary Festival.

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