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5 Hot Tickets

Must-sees onstage, on screen, and in the gallery in March



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José González | Photo by Malin Johansson

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San Diego Opera welcomes Ferruccio Furlanetto in concert, March 5.

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Edward Albee’s dark comedy Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? takes the stage at the Horton Grand Theatre, through March 6.

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Grab a seat and enjoy José González’s classical guitar in collaboration with yMusic at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, March 15.

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Conductor Steven Schick leads a multimedia show featuring song, dance, and film during Gotham and Persephone, performed by the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus,
March 12–13.

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The California Ballet Company presents the Shakespearean classic Romeo and Juliet at Balboa Theatre, March 12–13.

 

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