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Support San Diego Musicians & Catch Online Concerts

San Diego has a rich culture revolving around food, entertainment, and music. Luckily, many of the city’s best musicians are keeping the music going with online concerts.

Therefore, order a pizza, grab a bottle of wine, and enjoy an at-home concert inside our Mission Valley apartments at West Park.

San Diego Symphony

The San Diego Symphony offers a variety of ways to enjoy their music. Above all, the most accessible method is through their Spotify account, where they feature past performances. In addition, every Sunday night at 8 p.m., local radio station KPBS rebroadcasts previous concerts.

Community outreach is essential to Nuvi Mehta, who serves as a multimedia presenter and pre-concert lecturer to the San Diego Symphony. In addition, he regularly hosts a podcast offering commentary on the symphony’s performances. These, along with other talks and performances, can be found on their website.

Spreckels Organ Pavilion

The Spreckels Organ is one of the largest outdoor musical instruments in the world, located in San Diego’s Balboa Park. Each week, the Spreckels Organ Society hosts an online concert for music lovers near and far. In addition, audio engineer Gordon Stanley offers online workshops designed to educate the public about the technical side of producing performances. For anyone interested in music, this is not something to pass up.

Seaport Village

Seaport Village, San Diego’s premier locale for live music, art, and food, is now offering Seaport Streams. Weekly concerts from local artists are sure to impress, but this online portal features much more. Additionally, Seaport Village offers demonstrations, weekly workshops, and storytimes, all from local personalities. Seaport Village is San Diego at its best, and you can experience it without ever leaving home. 

Contact us to experience San Diego’s thriving music scene from our West Park apartments. Grab a coffee, snuggle up with your furry friend, and enjoy your next virtual concert. 

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