English: San Diego Symphony Summer Pops 2008 – “Motown Magic with Mary Wilson” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: San Diego Symphony after a performance of Prokofiev’s 5th symphony at Copley Symphony Hall. In photo: Nick Grant, Jeff Thayer, Jahja Ling (facing orchestra), Alexander Palamidis. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Burt Bacharach in concert, 2008. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Do you want to see Michael Bolton perform “How Am I Suppose to Live Without You” on Friday and Saturday August 9-19, 2013? He has sold over 53 million albums and singles worldwide.
Maybe you prefer to listen to Burt Bacharach and his incredible Trio of Singers performing “Walk on By“; and “Anyone Who Had a Heart” both originally performed by Dionne Warwick, or some of his other 48 Top Ten Hits. He’s scheduled on Sunday August 4, 2013.
Head over to the San Diego Symphony “Summer Pops Concerts 2013” in a fabulous outdoor waterfront setting.
Cover of Burt Bacharach
Cover of Michael Bolton
The concerts are scheduled at the Embarcadero Marina Park South behind the San Diego Convention Center. I like to ride my bike there during the day when the Symphony is practicing. It’s like getting my own personal concert.
The San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I saw Nathan Pacheco perform songs including: “Nessun Dorma” and “Ava Maria” on Sunday, August 28, 2013 in this glorious Vino con Vista Setting.
Embarcadero Park (Photo credit: Kevin Baird)
For tickets visit the San Diego Copley Symphony Hall Building at 1245 7th Avenue in downtown San Diego or call 619-615-3806.
English: Night shot profiling the Colors and Lights of the Downtown Sky. Night Shot, Long Exposure. San Diego, California. Français : Vue de nuit du quartier d’affaires de San Diego, Californie (USA). Exposition longue. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
For more informatoin visit: www.sandiegosymphony.com
English: Stage from main floor. Copley Symphony Hall (home of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra) in downtown San Diego, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)