An audience of students and faculty members listened to Idyllwild Arts (IA) graduate David Shook read his poetry at the Parks Exhibition Center on Friday, Oct. 7. Shook, a 2004 graduate, has gained a reputation as a translator, poet, documentarian and activist.
Category: Art & Culture
The Idyllwild Master Chorale (IMC) season began rehearsals this month from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday nights in the music room at Idyllwild School. Singers interested in auditioning and joining the master chorale should contact Dwight Holmes, artistic director and conductor, at (951) 659-2650 or can email from IMC’s website at www.idyllwildmasterchorale.com. The Idyllwild Master […]
Hundreds head for the Hill for a taste of Idyllwild’s art scene and fine California varietals …
The Idyllwild American Legion Post 800 hosted a delicious Prime Rib Dinner Night on Friday, Oct. 7, which was attended by almost 70 members and friends. Danny Richardson, House Committee chairman for the post, accompanied by his wife, Terry, cut the main entrée.
Each year, Idyllwild Arts holds the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy Orchestra Concerto Competition.
Autumn in Idyllwild is a treat for the senses. It’s a time of transition and celebration, when the mountain air takes on a pine-scented crispness and the leaves on hardwood trees erupt into a rust-colored backdrop. It’s also a time when art lovers and wine connoisseurs gather in the mile-high village for the Art Alliance […]
The St. Petersburg String Quartet, one of the world’s most esteemed chamber ensembles, will perform in Idyllwild for the first time at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, in Stephens Recital Hall on the Idyllwild Arts campus. Given the fame of the quartet and limited seating at Stephens, early arrival is recommended for this free event. […]