Friday, July 3, 2020

Live Music Still Very Much Alive in Coronado

Virtual Music Concerts Every Day of the Week

By Mariah Gillespie, Arts Education Commissioner with Cultural Arts Commission


Matt Heinecke
Matt Heinecke

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While you may not be able to cozy up next to the fire at Stake, you can still enjoy music with Matt Heinecke every Wednesday from the comfort of your home. In fact, you can hear live music every day of the week, thanks to our talented and dedicated local musicians. Ron Wheeler, Jerry Gontang, Matt Heinecke, Fish and the Seaweeds, Phil Lean, and Michael Gonzales (Gonzo) are all offering weekly virtual live music concerts through platforms such as Facebook Live and Zoom.

Rpn Wheeler
Rpn Wheeler

See the full Virtual Music Schedule at www.coronadoarts.com/artsonline. In the event details, you will find a link to the concert as well as Venmo and PayPal information should you choose to donate.

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Coronado Arts has expanded their online music calendar to include other virtual activities such as fitness classes, social events, library story times, and online music, art, and cooking lessons. Check out the full calendar at www.coronadoarts.com/artsonline.

Coronado thanks our local musicians for their commitment to the arts and our community, and we encourage you to stay home, stay safe, tune in and tip out!

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If you have a virtual event to add to the calendar, e-mail Arts Education Commissioner Mariah Gillespie at mariah@msmariahsmusic.com.

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