Summer Art Camp – beginning June 18, 2019;
Young Performers Camp – beginning July 16, 2019;
SOL-O Strings Camp – beginning July 1, 2019.
Our thanks to our 2019 summer camp funders – MOCA Foundation, Pebble Beach Company Foundation, Yellow Brick Road Benefit Fund.
Annual Gala Fundraiser “Let Us Take You To Broadway”
Show tunes and Broadway hits performed by local talent
August 17, 2019 – 5-9 p.m.
Salinas Valley Fair Orradre Building
King City, California
$50/TICKET – DINNER AND A SHOW! SILENT & LIVE AUCTIONS!
Invites mailed in early July – respond via the remit card or online tickets at soltreasures.com
BACK YARD CONCERTS – JUNE, JULY, AUGUST
Backyard Concerts are back! Enjoy the relaxing evenings of summer in the Sol Treasures Backyard. Seating and refreshments available. Bring your picnic dinner and enjoy the swinging sounds of our summer concerts.
Concerts begin at 6:00 p.m. You can still sponsor a concert! Contact Betsy Oltmann, Executive Director at 831-386-9809 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, June 14 – Los Vaqueros Hunting Club Travelin’ Band. The Los Vaqueros Hunting Club Travelin’ Band, features close friends, Randy Handley, Terry Handley, Rich Casey and Roger Hill. The group first began making music together in their youth while gathered around the campfires of the Los Vaqueros Hunting Club. The band has been performing for the past 20 years or so; they just love to play music and entertain folks.
Concert Sponsors: Janet and John Buttgereit
Friday, July 19 – Tod Dickow and the Charged Particles (an offshoot of the Lunar Octet group that appeared here last year). Bay Area saxophonist Tod Dickow and the Stanford-based Charged Particles Trio will perform a wide swath of music from several eras. The trio has performed for many years throughout the U.S and is comprised of two Stanford faculty members.
Concert Sponsors: King City Veterinary Hospital, The Dogfather
Saturday, August 3 – Jacqui Hope and David Norum – The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows describes anemoia as “nostalgia for a time you’ve never known. “ In her 20s, Jaqui Hope was given an old Chevy with a tape deck and nothing but Ella Fitzgerald, Patsy Cline and Edith Piaf recordings. Since she lived in Big Sur and found herself driving hours at a stretch, an introduction to the American Songbook was secured, and took hold in her psyche. While she has recorded and performed many genres, she feels most at home with the standards of her grandparents’ life and era.
Concert Sponsors: Anne and Jon Olson
Friday, August 30 – Ricky Montijo. Our concert series closes with the popular Ricky Montijo. “Ricky Montijo is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Montijo plays an eclectic mix of soul, rock, Latin, blues, reggae, pop, and world music and is known for his vocals, mastery of the guitar, live performances, advanced looping, and philanthropy.” http://www.rickymontijo.com
Concert Sponsors: TBD – Sponsorships still available!
Concert Organizers: David and Janene Norum