Experience an intriguing mixture of sight and sound as the San Diego Symphony and the San Diego Museum of Art collaborate to host a concert celebrating the museum's centerpiece exhibit The Art of Music. The art collection -- featuring works by Picasso, Matisse and Chuck Close -- is a multifaceted and culturally diverse exploration of the intersection between the visual and musical arts. You'll hear music inspired by famous works of visual art, including Sergei Rachmaninoff's evocation of Arnold Böcklin's "The Isle of the Dead" and Adam Schoenberg's musical reflections on iconic painter Mark Rothko. The Art of Music concert is timed to the centennial anniversary of Balboa Park and reminiscent of the daily musical performances held during the yearlong 1915 Panama-California Exposition. This celebration of history, music and timeless art takes place at the Jacobs Music Center. And your ticket also includes a free one-time admission to the exhibit, through February 7.
Please note: You can present your ticket stub from this concert for a free one-time admission to the Museum during their entire The Art of Music exhibition, through February 7, 2016.