Anaheim Arts Council fosters the promotion, support and visibility of local arts and culture by collaboration with individuals, organizations and businesses to enrich the quality of life.
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The Orange County Symphony, conducted by Dr. David Rentz, opened its 2014-15 season on Sunday night (Sept 28th) with a dazzling array of young pianists in the lead roles.
Left: Concertmaster Seunjai Chung tunes his violin.
Presenting the winners of the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT) Annual Concerto Competition was such a success last year that the audience was eager for the repeat. It is remarkable beyond words that such extraordinary musical gifts can reside in people so young. Of course, we all know that that there are child prodigies, but to see them perform is always stunning.Read full story
Regular drivers along the I-57 cannot have missed the curious structure slowly rising above the parapet of the freeway as they pass with the Angel's Stadium on the left. It lies there - long, rounded, gray, like a beached fish. But what is it? ALL IS REVEALED HERE!Read full story
There are few more recognizable and Bohemian pianists in Orange County than Vern Pat Nelson. You will not normally find him on the concert stage, but in Huntington Beach Library, or a Mall, of the street - wherever he can entertain an audience. This extraordinary man, a product of San Francisco Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music from the University of Texas, has a brilliance tempered with individualism such that in one and the same concert you might find him melting your soul with the Moonlight Sonata or belting out an arrangement of Pink Floyd music.
Debbie Reynolds, darling of stage, screen and television in the 1950s and 60s, and her never-to-be-forgotten role opposite Gene Kelly in Singin’ in the Rain, and later in her title role in The Unsinkable molly Brown, will be the celebrity guest at this year’s Great Gatsby Gala with the Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation.
Regular readers will know that the mission of APACF is to build a state of the arts performing arts center right here in California’s 10th largest city. They sensed the frustration when the Heritage Forum, widely tipped to be the location of the new facility, was bought by The Rock Church.Read full story