Monday, February 27, 2017     Volume: 17, Issue: 51
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Mozart to the max

PHOTO COURTESY OF SANTA MARIA PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY

Mozart to the max

The Santa Maria Philharmonic Society continues its current season with a concert featuring the beloved composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Feb. 25. The concert, titled Mozart Maximus, includes two of the composer’s symphonies, as well as “Violin Concerto No. 5” with soloist Brynn Albanese. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. at Grace Baptist Church, 605 E. McCoy Lane, Santa Maria. Cost is $15 to $40. More info: 925-0412 or santamariaphilharmonic.org.

Bad to the bone

PHOTO COURTESY OF CHUMASH CASINO RESORT

Bad to the bone

The Chumash Casino Resort welcomes rock ’n’ roll legend George Thorogood and The Destroyers for a concert on March 2. Known for iconic hits like “Bad to the Bone,” Thorogood will rock out the Samala Showroom starting at 8 p.m. at the resort, 3400 E. Highway 246, Santa Ynez. Cost is $45 to $65. More info: chumashcasino.com or 1-800-CHUMASH.

Camera couple

PHOTO COURTESY OF BARBARA SNYDER

Camera couple

Santa Ynez Valley Arts welcomes the community to enjoy another artistic installation at the Los Olivos Wine Merchant and Café, this time by couple Barbara and Floyd Snyder, whose exhibit Peace and Tranquility shows March 2 through May 4 at the café. The couple explores the beauty of the Central Coast together with stunning landscape photography. The Los Olivos Wine Merchant and Café is located at 2879 Grand Ave., Los Olivos. More info: santaynezvalleyarts.org.