2020 2nd Saturday Concert Series

Escondido Public Library is pleased to announce the upcoming schedule for the 2020 2nd Saturday Concert Series.

Since 2006, Escondido Public Library's 2nd Saturday Concert Series has hosted music concerts and it continues to be one of the most popular programs at the Library. All performances are free, open to the public, and last approximately 1.5 hours with a 10-15 minute intermission. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the concerts are now streamed live on the Library's Facebook page, and are also recorded for future enjoyment.


Saturday, December 12, 2020
Dmitry Kirichenko

Dmitry Kirichenko graduated from both Moscow & Odessa Conservatories obtaining PHD equivalents in Solo, Orchestra Leader & Piano Instructor. Upon arrival in the U.S. in 1989 he began Dmitry Kirichenko School of Music in Poway and has performed numerous concerts throughout San Diego as well as eastern and western European cities. Paris Music Critic, Claude Taelman, called Dmitry’s performance as a “warm sensitivity heightened by his delicate touch and great technical mastery.”


Previous 2nd Saturday Concerts

2020 Series
Louis Landon
Barbra Streisand & Frank Sinatra
Kylie Royhfield 
The Rough & Tumble
Vieness Piano Duo
Lindsay White
Rupert Wates
Julia Sage
Willowood Trio
Around the World
Dmitry Kirichenko

2019 Series
Louis Landon
Lindsay White
Peter Sprague
Opera Exposed!
Blue Creek Band
Spirit Wind
Lisa Sanders
Willowood Trio
Donna Larsen
Ekaterina Bessmeltseva & Dr. Hugo Nogueira

Louis Landon
Lunar New Year Bohua Youth Group
Bayou Brothers
Opera Exposed!
From Beethoven to Broadway
Courtly Noyse
Peter Fletcher
Byron Chow Trio

Peter Sprague Trio
Opera Exposed!
Virtual Strangers
Cuarteto Carlos Chavez
Adrienne Nims and Spirit Wind Trio
Joo-in Lee, violinist, & Minna Han, pianist
Byron Chow Trio

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