If you haven't experienced the extraordinary choral sound of the Carmel Bach Festival in recent years, you have missed one of our region's mighty treasures.   READ MORE
 
 

 
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Spring 2014

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If you haven't experienced the extraordinary choral sound of the Carmel Bach Festival in recent years, you have missed one of our region's mighty treasures.   READ MORE
 
In 1905 Pacific Grove held the first Feast of Lanterns as the closing ceremonies to the Chautauqua assembly.   READ MORE
 
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MONTEREY >> Due in large part to its verdantly beautiful fairgrounds, Monterey has the distinction of being a destination festival town.   READ MORE
 
Making a connection with other human beings — despite the obstacles — is the concept behind a new romantic comedy coming to the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts this weekend.   READ MORE
 
CARMEL >> A master artist is the highest honor one can achieve and starting July 25, 41 of these masters will have their work displayed at Mountainsong Galleries in Carmel.   READ MORE
 
Not surprisingly, old perceptions die hard. Although I've been back living in Monterey proper for the last 10 years, I'm often perceived as a Santa Cruzin' due to the 12 years I wrote about the music scene there.   READ MORE
 
A spirit of jubilance and exhilaration swirled through Sunset Theater Saturday as acclaimed British maestro Paul Goodwin led the combined forces of 77th Carmel Bach Festival in a spectacular opening concert, In his 4th year as artistic director and   READ MORE
 
CARMEL >> When the Carmel Bach Festival's executive director Debbie Chinn was growing up she often heard the phrase "You can't do that!   READ MORE