Now in his 10th year as music director of the San Diego Symphony, internationally
renowned conductor Jahja Ling’s passion for excellence is fueled by a city rich
with artistic inspiration. “We are extremely fortunate to have such leading arts
organizations whose work adds dimension and prestige to San Diego, while
demonstrating talent at the highest level from here to Broadway, and in the case
of the Symphony, to Carnegie Hall and China,” says Ling. Read on to discover
some of his favorite artsy destinations, performers and events in San Diego.
San Diego Symphony Performance: Mozart and Strauss, Jacobs Masterworks
Series, February 6-8.
Music Venue: Joan and Irwin Jacobs Music Center—Copley Symphony Hall.
Fall Arts Event: Asian Film Festival, November 6-15.
San Diego Architecture: The new San Diego Central Library.
Museums: San Diego Museum of Art and Museum of Photographic Arts.
Local Artist: The Romeros, also known as the “Royal Family of Classical
Guitar,” led by Pepe and Celin Romero.
Outdoor Art Experience: Free Sunday concerts at the Spreckels Organ
Pavilion in Balboa Park.
Theaters: Old Globe Theatre and La Jolla Playhouse, two jewels of the city.
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