Sunday, June 9, 2019

Art of Élan: Last Show of the Season! Crossfire @ Moniker Warehouse June 18 7 PM

Demarre McGill and Kate Hatmaker
Art of Élan

@ Moniker Warehouse

Tuesday, June 18th 2019 
6:15pm: Doors and bar open
7:00pm: Art of Élan Crossfire performance
8:15pm: After-party featuring music by David's Harp Foundation students

Moniker Warehouse
705 16th Street, San Diego CA, 92101

Tickets: $15 (incl. 1 free drink) at the door or online
Art of Elan’s popular downtown series returns, with a special show that fuses electronic and classical music elements in partnership with the David’s Harp Foundation, an innovative mentorship organization that serves homeless and foster teens, as well as those affected by the Juvenile Justice system, in its Sony-sponsored studio facility in San Diego’s downtown East Village neighborhood.

Art of Elan’s musical program features works that have electronic or electro-acoustic elements, written by today’s hottest composers Andy AkihoMissy Mazzoli, Eve Beglarian, Javier Temazcal and San Diego native Diego Rodriguez. Both the Akiho and Mazzoli will be receiving their San Diego premieres as a result of this special collaborative show featuring members of the San Diego Symphony and the Hausmann Quartet.


We’re elated to announce that we got the grant! The California Arts Council has awarded Art of Élan a grant for our Young Artists in Harmony program as part of its biggest investment in arts and culture statewide since 2001. Get all the details in the CAC’s latest press release.
Can you help? 
As our season comes to a close and we reflect on all that we've done together this year, from La Jolla to National City, we feel gratitude for the generosity of so many of you. We are eager to announce next season, with expanded Community Engagement programs thanks to the California Arts Council, but we could still use your support this season to help us finish strong.

Did you enjoy our art-inspired chamber concerts at the San Diego Museum of Art this season? Did you love being a part of history at the inaugural performance in The Conrad's JAI cabaret space? Were you inspired by the compelling young voices in our Young Artists in Harmony program? 

Art of Elan truly belongs to all of us, and only exists because of your generosity. It sounds cliché to say, but we really could not do what we do without YOU! So please consider using your voice and your resources to help us ensure another strong season of innovation and community building.

No comments: