vocal Masterclass series
A hallmark of the Music Academy’s unique experience, masterclasses offer opportunities for fellows to perform multiple times for supportive audiences. Distinguished artists will share their knowledge, offering sage advice to the next generation. Immerse yourself in the intriguing process of performance preparation.
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS TO THIS SERIES ARE SOLD OUT, BUT YOU CAN SUBSCRIBE TO THE FULL SERIES NOW WHILE LIMITED SERIES SEATS REMAIN.
Jun 16 & Jul 12 / WARREN JONES
Jun 21 & Jul 5 / MARILYN HORNE
Jun 23 / DAVID DANIELS
Jun 30 / MATTHEW AUCOIN
Jul 7 / MARTIN KATZ
Jul 19 / SPERANZA SCAPPUCCI
Generously supported by Shirley & Seymour Lehrer
James Darrah director
Fred Carama faculty artist
Marilyn Horne jury leader
Jonathan Feldman, Martin Katz, Michael Werner faculty artists
David Daniels countertenor
Jim Walker faculty artist
Alan Stepansky faculty artist
JoAnn Turovsky faculty artist
Mark H. Lawrence faculty artist
Jerome Lowenthal faculty artist
Karen Dreyfus faculty artist
Carsey Ticket Office is open Mon-Fri, 1-4 pm.
Hahn Hall Ticket Office opens one hour before each Hahn Hall event.
The Box Offices at the Granada and Lobero Theatres will be open one hour prior to events.
805-969-8787 / email@example.com / 1070 Fairway Road
Community Access Tickets
A designated number of $10 Community Access tickets are available for all Music Academy Summer Festival events on a first-come, first-served basis. Community Access Tickets go on sale Sat, Jun 10 at 10 am in person, online, or by phone.
7-17s FREE Tickets
Our 7-17s FREE program encourages families to bring young people, fostering lifelong appreciation of the performing arts. Through this initiative, young people ages 7 to 17 accompanied by ticketed adults will be admitted free of charge to all Music Academy Summer Festival and The Met: Live in HD events.
This program is designed to help remove obstacles for parents to attend concerts, encouraging adults to bring young people. This program is intended for families and friends.
Academy online ticket sales can be purchased at any time prior to the event. The tickets can be printed at home or at the Ticket Office upon arrival.
What if I can't use my tickets?
If you are unable to attend a performance, we encourage you to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Music Academy by returning your tickets at least 24 hours before the event. We will provide written confirmation of your gift. Please contact the return hotline at 805-565-5400. No refunds or exchanges for individual tickets. Series tickets may be exchanged in person, or by phone, more than 24 hours prior to the event.
Do you offer discounts?
Groups of 10 or more are invited to take advantage of special rates for many events. Please phone 805-969-8787.
What about patrons in wheelchairs?
We request that you notify the ticket office if you or any member of your party will attend a ticketed Hahn Hall event in a wheelchair.
What about patrons who are hearing impaired?
Music Academy personnel will be happy to provide you with an assistive listening device or help you access our hearing loop system for Hahn Hall performances. Please inquire at the Ticket Office.
Can I bring a pet or food?
Neither is permitted in Music Academy performance venues.
Do I pay to park at the Music Academy?
Parking on the Academy campus is always free. Reserved spaces are available as a benefit for Leadership Circle donors. For more information about donor benefits, please call 805-695-7918. Santa Barbara venues have convenient public parking lots available nearby.