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Live in Lompoc
2024-2025 Season

Experience It!

Sunday, September 15, 2024
2 PM



Trombone Quartet

A sub-group of the Santa Barbara Trombone Society, the “SlideWays” trombone quartet performs both formal concert music as well as popular works and jazz standards. In addition to performing at Santa Barbara City College Music events, you can find the SlideWays quartet around the greater Santa Barbara area. Recent performance locations include Mosaic Locale on State St., the Island Brewing Company in Carpinteria, and at Vista del Monte retirement community.


Friday, October 4, 2024

Tres Souls

Bolero Ensemble

A beloved Los Angeles ensemble, Tres Souls interprets the vintage sounds and romantic songs of the Bolero genre. They have an uncanny ability to engage diverse audiences, capturing hearts one ballad at a time in the celebration of this unique musical tradition of Cuba and Mexico.  Percussion and bass artists join them for this bilingual performance.

Saturday, October 26, 2024

Natural Woman

Tribute to Carole King

Orlando-based piano entertainer, Katie Pinder Brown, plays and sings the iconic songs that defined a generation in this tribute to legendary singer/songwriter Carole King. The warmth and strengths of King's compositions come to life, including the record-shattering Tapestry album and other mega hits in a genuine audience connection.

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Saturday, January 25, 2025

The Moanin' Frogs

Saxophone Sextet

Dazzling and delighting audiences across the world, The Moanin' Frogs are described by concert goers as "The Canadian Brass of Saxophone." featuring six saxophones from sopranino to bass in an 'amphibious' blend of jazz, classical, pop, a cappella singing, and comedy. The Moanin' Frogs offer an electrifying approach to chamber music. 

Tres Souls Info
Natural Woman
Moanin Frogs

Saturday, March 15, 2025

Yu & I

Violin & Guitar Duo

YuEun Gemma Kim and Ines Thomé, winners of the prestigious Beverly Hills National Auditions, captivate audiences with their charisma and virtuosity. Their repertoire includes movie themes, haunting gypsy songs, and popular refrains - whatever is beautiful and lends itself to a soaring violin and an intricate guitar.


Want more concerts?

Regional Concert Association Reciprocity Opportunity

One of the distinct added value features of Community Concerts is a privilege called reciprocity. This means that, as a subscriber to the Lompoc Concert Association, you may attend the concerts of other participating associations free of charge.

Offering reciprocity is a courtesy extended by each association and is based on seating availability. Visitors may be asked to present the top section of the tear off season ticket strip at the door, or show their season ticket print out if purchased online, and wait until local subscribers are seated. If interested, please check the websites below for concert performances and other specifics. Then contact the venue representative to request attendance as a guest.

Antelope Valley Community Concert Association (Lancaster)

Lora Counts   (661) 945-4639


Bishop Community Concert Association

Suzanne Robinson   (760) 873-5991


Borrego Springs Community Concert Association

Richard Gray   (619) 977-6033


Elko Nevada Community Concert Association

Travis Gerber   (775) 777-4357


Hemet Concert Association

Nancy Austin   (951) 658-7319


Hidden Valley Community Concert Association (Escondido)

Dennis Tomlinson   (760) 740-0619

Laguna Woods Concert Association

Carol Coppage   (949) 454-0468


North SLO County C.A (Paso Robles)

Betsy Hardie   (805)-239-2770


Ramona Concert Association

Marlene Robershaw  (760) 789-7474


Redmond Community Concert Association (Oregon) 

Jay Jantzen  (541) 350-7222


Victor Valley Community Concert Association (Victorville)

Robert L. FitzSimmons   (760) 961-0486

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