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Concert Location and Time
Living Hope Baptist Church
433 South San Jacinto Avenue, Hemet
(Between Acacia & Mayberry)
Parking is free.
Doors open at 1:30 p.m., curtain is at 2 p.m.
Season subscription: $55 (all 5 concerts plus benefits)
Individual concerts: $30 (purchased at the door)
Ages 22 and under: Free (that's right - free)
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Hemet Community Concert Association could not survive on subscriptions alone. Generous patrons have been the backbone of our organization since its founding, and continue their essential role today. Patrons receive tickets to all concerts and other special benefits.
2015-16 Concert Schedule
Since their concert debut at Carnegie Hall in 2010, this
dazzling duo has performed worldwide and been nominated for a Grammy.
Hear baroque music that is accessible and vivid, with energy comparable to improvisational jazz, played on instruments of the period.
Moses and Masuda
Enjoy an afternoon of hip and classic numbers played by two phenominal young talents: Andrew Moses, clarinet, and Yoshika Masuda, cello.
Listen to the principal ensemble of Chamber Music-OC: a piano, violin and cello trio of rising international chamber music stars.
From totally different settings and countries, Ed East, from Panamaand Karen Stein, from Columbia, offer their audiences the richness of Latin sounds using a surprising variety of instruments and vocals.
Hemet Community Concert Association was founded in 1972, and over the ensuing decades, has brought concerts by some of the world’s finest musicians to Hemet, enriching the cultural climate of our Valley.
Since 2003, we have expanded our concert series to five concerts each season — three classical, one jazz/pop and one folk/world. Our concert season is available for the very reasonable subscription price of $55. You can't even go to the movies for that, these days.
So, get your culture on: join our audience — which ranges from children to retirees — and help us carry on the tradition of bringing artists and audiences together in Hemet!