The 2017 Summer Festival is now over. The dates for 2018 are July 18-29, 2018.
Since 1971, Festival Mozaic’s visiting artists have come together with you, our audience, to create orchestral concerts, chamber music, classical crossover events and engaging informative and interactive musical experiences to inspire the music lover in each of us, from novice to aficionado. Festival Mozaic offers you unique ways to experience the music and get closer to the artists who bring that music to life.
The annual Summer Music Festival takes place over two weeks in July and includes offerings in four signature series: Chamber, Orchestra, Fringe, and Notable Encounters (described below), plus Mid-Day Mini Concerts, Master Classes, Open Rehearsals, Pre-Concert Lectures, and more. The 2017 summer season of Festival Mozaic presents 28 events in venues all over the county, ranging from private homes to state-of-the-art concert halls in locations from Avila Beach all the way to Shandon.
Click on the image to the left to flip through our 2017 Summer Season brochure.
The 2017 Summer Ticket Brochure features original artwork by Baywood Park artist Glynis C. Tinglof. The original work, "Metamorphosis" will be sold in silent auction during the 2017 Festival. Poster reproductions of the work will be for sale in late Spring.
Get up close and personal and go “behind the score” with the musicians and the music. These one-hour events provide insights into how to listen to, appreciate and understand the music in a fun, social setting.
The Chamber Music Series
Our internationally-renowned roster of visiting artists perform in small ensembles in intimate chamber music settings that you can only experience here at Festival Mozaic.
The Fringe Series
Crossover to the Fringe side with artists who bring the rigor and precision of their classical training into innovative experimental, jazz, and contemporary performances.
The Orchestra Series
brings together musicians from the nation’s top orchestras under the dynamic baton and leadership of music director Scott Yoo.