Second Concert: January 29:
The Rice Brothers
Full of energy and commitment, armed with the finest training imaginable, and winners each of gold medals in an international Chopin competition, Chris and Johnny Rice BOTH play cello and piano!
Concert Location and Time
Tahquitz High School Theatre
4425 Titan Trail, Hemet
Parking is free.
Map and Directions
Concert Time: Doors open at 2 p.m., curtain is at 2:30 p.m.
Season subscription: $70
Individual concerts: $30 (purchased at the door)
Everyone age 22 or under will receive a free ticket to any concert.
A Full Post-Covid Season
Here is some good news for all of you who truly enjoy great, world-class music of unparalleled quality! The Hemet Concert Association (HCA) is alive and well! In fact, the HCA has fully awakened from its Covid-19 hibernation.
So no face masks are required, but wash your hands — and remember to join the HCA!
Good News About the HCA
- Listen to Margaret Worsley interview Diane Mitchell, Artistic Director with the Hemet Concert Association about the upcoming season. The interview is 29:52 minutes into the program.
- Read an excellent article about us by Diane Rhodes of the Valley Times
Please help us spread the word about the great music the HCA presents and don't forget to subscribe to our season!
October 23, 2022
FANDANGO! is a toe-tappingly spicy mix of Latin, Spanish, Sephardic, Balkan, and classical sounds
January 29, 2023
THE RICE BROTHERS
Chris and Johnny BOTH play cello and piano. Their clever program showcases them as virtuoso soloists and duettists
February 26, 2023
A brilliant pianist with extraordinary virtuosity and charisma, Svetlana has been described by the LA Times as “an outstanding pianist with luxuriant tone”
March 26, 2023
From Baroque and Classical, to Jazz and Pop, Alias Brass performs music for every taste.
April 23, 2023
Jarabe Mexicano takes audiences on a joyride through a versatile songbook of Mexican Folk as well as Rock & Roll, Tex-Mex, Latin Rock, and Reggae-Cumbia
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Hemet 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.
Jeff Tower Memorial Fund
HCA is honored to support Hemet High School Band alumni in establishing a scholarship in memory of the late and much beloved band director Jeff Tower. Learn more about this scholarship and donate.
We greatly appreciate the support of OUR COMMUNITY SPONSORS
Thank you Soboba Foundation for your generous support of our concerts and the Musical Wings program.
We greatly appreciate the support of our community PARTNERS:
Interested in being a sponsor? Contact Tom Garnella for details.
Hemet 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 — generally three classical, one jazz/pop and one folk/world. Our concert season is available for the very reasonable subscription price of $70. 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!