Tag archives: CAMA Womens Board

Stradivarius, Sunset, and the Sea
By Richard Mineards   |   April 4, 2023

CAMA Women’s Board threw its second annual Sunset by the Sea at the Cabrillo Pavilion, where London-based luthier and co-founder of The Open String, Robert Brewer Young, 56, talked about the famed 17th century Italian violin and cello maker Stradivarius, whose instruments have sold for millions of dollars. Young, who received traditional French training in […]

Sunset by the Sea: The $5 “Stradivarius”
By Musette Profant   |   March 21, 2023

How does it compare to the original? Listen to both violins on Monday, March 20, at the Cabrillo Pavilion during Sunset by the Sea, an annual event sponsored by the Community Arts Music Association Women’s Board. The fundraiser for CAMA will host wine and hors d’oeuvres from 5:30 to 7:30 pm and feature the fascinating […]

Hamilton by the Sea
By Richard Mineards   |   April 5, 2022

It was a case of Broadway meets the classics when the 71-year-old CAMA Women’s Board hosted a Spring Sunset by the Sea bash at the newly renovated Cabrillo Pavilion with Julian Reeve, music director of the multi-Tony Award-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda musical Hamilton, talking about his career with the show, which debuted on the Great White […]

‘Storm Reading’ Revisited
By Steven Libowitz   |   March 19, 2021

Back in 1988 nobody could have predicted the success or impact of Storm Reading, a theatrical play starring and based on the life experiences of Neil Marcus, a humorist-philosopher who lives with a neurological disorder called Dystonia that dramatically impacts his ability to speak and control movement. That includes Rod Lathim, who as head of […]