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New Venue Welcomes Laguna Performers

 

Pam Madsen

Pam Madsen

The Laguna Beach Concert Band will perform a new work by Laguna Beach local and Cal State Fullerton music professor Pamela Madsen on Saturday, Feb. 1, in Crystal Cove State Park.

The premiere takes place from 4-7 p.m. at the grand opening of the Bern Environmental Study Loop and Amphitheater, 871 N. Coast Highway.

 

Series Continues with a Joyful Noise

Yve Evans and her band

Yve Evans and her band

Laguna Beach Live! continues its winter series with Yve Evans and Company on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 6-8 p.m. at Seven Degrees, 891 Laguna Canyon Rd.

Vocalist Evans is accompanied by some of the industry’s most accomplished musicians.

Tickets $15 – $20 can be ordered at www.lagunabeachlive.org or by phone at 949-715-9713.

Local Gets Gig at Jazz Festival

Melinda Williams

Melinda Williams

Laguna Beach resident Melinda Williams will lead a committee organizing the Ocean Institute’s Jazz Festival, set for Feb. 28 – March 2, overlapping with Dana Point Harbor’s Festival of Whales. Reservations are required for all performances.

Proceeds will support the Institute’s ocean-oriented educational programs for children.

“I am focused on supporting conservation and education of our global marine environments. I feel strongly about teaching children the importance of stewardship of our oceans,” says Williams.

More festival info: visit www.oijazzfestival.com. or contact Eileen Hayden at 949-496-2274, ext. 337.

Discount Offer for Music Fest True Believers

Early-bird rates are available for tickets for the Blue Water Music Festival, planned for March 29 and 30on the Sawdust Art Festival grounds.

The two for one offer expires Jan. 24.  Tickets and information: www.bluewatermusicfestival.org.
Half the proceeds go to partnering non-profit organizations.

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