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We start our Live! at the Museum year with the Triada Guitar Trio who performs their program " Songs and dances from aroud the World" including works by Rachmaninov, Schubert, Brahms and many more. The Trio were filmed before some of the art pieces in the Museum's annual California Cool Auction which went live on January 11.

January Live! at the Museum

Thank you to our Concert Sponsor Chris Quilter

About Live! At The Museum...

Laguna Beach Live! and the Laguna Art Museum partner to present an evening of art and music on the second Thursday of each month. Laguna Beach Live! brings in talented musicians to perform classical and contemporary chamber music, 7:00 to 8:00pm. The concerts are currently on hold due to the CV-19 virus. Check back here to find out when we are able to resume Live! performances.

Ryan Whyman Trio

Duo Ondine

Duo Apollon

The Encore Saxophone Quartet

AlmaNova Duo

SAKURA Cello Quintet

Etienne Gara & YuEun Kim

Cantilena Trio

Guts Baroque

Past virtual concerts from our Live! at the Museum Artists...

The Artists:

Triada Guitar Trio combines the unique talents of brothers Nikola, Petar and Vasil Chekardzhikov, forming one of the most brilliant guitar ensembles now performing. The three brothers are individually virtuoso guitarists, and their intuitive sense of ensemble gives a synergy that makes their concerts very special and exciting events.

The three are former members of the guitar quartet “Four of a Kind” with their sister Petya. A heavy schedule of concerts, TV and radio appearances in Bulgaria led to concert tours in Europe from 1994 to 1996. Since coming to the United States, the trio has performed at some of the most prestigious concert series and classical guitar forums in the country. Their CDs are regularly aired on over 100 radio stations in the US.

Next Month:

On Thursday February 11 we set the mood for Valentines Day with a love focused concert featuring Soprano Christina Linhardt accompanied on keyboard by concert artist Joshua Chandra.