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Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe announces performers for 2021 – 2022 Season

Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe is offering a terrific line up of world-class entertainment as it kicks off its 21st season in North County San Diego. The all-volunteer nonprofit organization hosts four concerts each season beginning in the fall. Each concert includes a delicious appetizer buffet, coffee and dessert at intermission, and a wine bar hosted by Northern Trust.

Community Concerts of RSF has presented a variety of musical talent over the years and this season is no exception. The eclectic mix of performers will take audiences on a musical journey they won’t want to miss.

Mark Kingswood
Mark Kingswood
(MICHAEL WHARLEY)

The season begins on Friday, Sept. 24, 2021 with jazz crooner Mark Kingswood and his four-piece band, featuring selections from the Michael Buble and Josh Groban songbooks. Kingswood’s modern take on Big Band jazz infused with pop sensibilities, combines energy with elegance for a classy, ultra-cool style that harkens back to the days of The Rat Pack.

Duo Baldo
Duo Baldo
(Luca Valenta)

Friday Nov. 12, 2021 features the musical comedy team Duo Baldo. Renowned violinist Brad Repp and pianist/actor Aldo Gentileschi perform concerts that combine virtuosic performances, theatrical humor and pop culture. In 2019, the duo appeared in the new and innovative TV series “Now Hear This” on Great Performances/PBS, the first classical music television series broadcast in primetime since 1967.

Branden & James
Branden & James
(Michael Dar)

Friday March 25, 2022 presents Branden & James. Described by NPR music as a duo with “dazzling cello and soaring tenor vocals”, the soulful timbre of James on his cello combined with Branden’s emotional and powerful vocals, create a sound that leaves audiences feeling moved and inspired.

The Diamonds
The Diamonds
(David Huff)

Friday April 22, 2022 showcases Let’s Rock Broadway starring The Diamonds. In 1957 The Diamonds released an instant million-selling hit called Little Darlin’. The song continues to sell worldwide and has been dubbed “the National Anthem of Rock and Roll”. To date it has sold approximately 20 million copies. The Diamonds continue to expand their audience to this day, performing in a variety of venues and settings worldwide.

All concerts are held in The Fellowship Hall at the Village Church campus in Rancho Santa Fe. The four-concert series costs $200 per person until Sept. 19, and $225 per person from Sept. 20 to Sept. 24. Individual tickets for each concert are $75 for adults and $15 for youth ages 13-18. Children 12 and under are free with a paid adult. Reserved seating is available for donors and sponsors with a gift of $500 or more, and reserved parking for $1,000 and up. More information, including performer videos, ticket prices, and donor/sponsor levels, are available at www.ccrsf.org. Tickets can be purchased through the website or by mail to PO Box 2781, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067. Question? Please email info@ccrsf.org.


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