Message from Desert Hot Springs:
Desert Hot Springs, February 7, 2018: The fourth season of Desert Hot Springs Classical Concerts continues with a benefit concert for the local High School music program. The concert takes place at 7pm on Tuesday, February 13 in the Black Box Theater at Desert Hot Springs High School.. Admission is free, but donations at the door will benefit the High School’s music program.
“Desert Hot Springs Classical Concerts was created to bring world-class classical music to audiences in Desert Hot Springs,” said Founder and Artistic Director, Danny Holt. “We’re thrilled to be able to present a concert at the High School as part of our 2018 season of concerts throughout the city. We know that students and their families –alongside members of the general public – will be blown away by the artistry of these incredible performers!”
The concert features the City of Angels Saxophone Quartet, an ensemble with a history going back more than 27 years. The ensemble was the first saxophone quartet to win top honors at the prestigious Coleman and Carmel Chamber Music Competitions. Recent honors have included concerts sponsored by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, appearances at the Paderewski Festival in Paso Robles, and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. With a wide and varied repertoire developed and seasoned over time, the ensemble constantly seeks new ways to connect with audiences through sharing commentary focused on the human stories behind the music that they perform.
Admission is free, thanks to underwriting from the City of Desert Hot Springs Community and Cultural Affairs Commission, support from local businesses, and individual donations. Cash donations at the door will benefit the High School’s music program.
When: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Desert Hot Springs High School, Black Box Theater 65850 Pierson Blvd. Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
Who: City of Angels Saxophone Quartet http://www.coasq.com
Contact: Danny Holt – Desert Hot Springs Classical Concerts (661) 993-1003 [email protected]