All events provided by, or sponsored by, Tuesday Musicale are free and open to the public.
Tuesday concerts: From October through June on the first Tuesday of the month at 12:30 pm, Tuesday Musicale members provide a recital featuring its members in the Altadena Baptist Church , 791 E Calaveras St, Altadena 91001 http://www.altadenabaptist.org
Disabled Parking is available at the rear of the church’s parking lot.
Tuesday April 4, 2023, 12:30 PM. The Program is as follows:
Dvorak: Slavonic Dances Op 72 for piano duet
Mozart: Horn Concerto E flat K447
Borodin: String quartet No2, D major
Vocal selections: including Rossini and Irving Berlin.
The Crown City Symphony concert season consists of two to three performances over the course of a weekend of each of its three programs. For more information on Crown City Symphony contact Roberta Wilcox, manager, at (626)797-1994.
Program for The Crown City Symphony
March 19 2023 Sunday 2 pm.
CROWN CITY SYMPHONY PRESENTS A FREE CONCERT
1ST Baptist Church, 75 N. Marengo, Pasadena.
Arman Keyvanian, Conductor
David Park, Violin soloist
Program: “Unfinished Symphony”, Schubert
Violin Concert # 3, Saint-Saens
Validated parking in the stacked parking on Holly. Call (626) 797-1994 for more information.
Web site: crowncitysymphony.org
Covid-19 Safety update (10/01/22): As we resume our meeting and concerts beginning this Fall, visitors to our concerts at The Altadena Baptist Church will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination but masks are strongly recommended while indoor. This update takes into account latest guidance from the LA County Department of Public Health.
As of February, we are back to a lower rate of transmission as defined by the CDC. Wearing masks indoor is the way the CDC recommends to help keep us safe. Therefore, Tuesday Musicale strong recommends wearing masks while attending our concerts. We shall continue to evaluate our policy according to CDC guidelines.
- a well-fitted mask is one which covers your mouth and nose.
Tuesday Musicale of Pasadena strongly encourages everyone to get fully vaccinated, as well as to receive boosters. Evidence continues to show a direct link between vaccination and lesser case severity and better outcomes among those who fall ill.
Please keep in mind that even with these safety measures, there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. By attending our concerts, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 associated with in-person attendance at this event.