Women’s Health Concert
CWO is delighted to have our former Assistant Conductor, Jessica Bejarano, in the role of Guest Conductor for this set. She brings a broad range of musical and conducting experience to our orchestra as well as a youthful energy. She has studied with and conducted alongside many of the great conductors or our day, including Maestro Jorma Panula of Bulgaria and Maestra Marin Alsop of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to her Guest Conductor Role with CWO Maestra Bejarano, also serves as Artistic Director and Founder of Passport Chamber Symphony; Music Director of West County Winds; Music Director of the Jewish Community High School; Adjunct Music Professor at Contra Costa College and Artist-In-Residence with LEAP…Imagination in Learning in San Francisco.
Tickets on sale now for our Women’s Health Concert on Sunday, May 19th – featuring guest conductor Jessica Bejarano! 100% of box office receipts will be donated to The Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic in support of women with cancer.Sunday, May 19th, 2013 at 5:00PM
Lake Merritt United Methodist Church 1330 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland
Tickets on sale now: $15 adult · $10 seniors · children under 12 free
Jessica Bejarano, Guest Conductor
Tickets to individual concerts may be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets, through the ticket hotline listed below, or at the door (cash or check only) the day of the concert.
24/7 Ticket Hotline: 1-800-838-3006 (USA)
Venue & Parking
The Women’s Health concert will be held at:
Lake Merritt United Methodist Church, Oakland, 1330 Lakeshore Avenue, Oakland, CA 94606
Limited parking is available in a small lot at the back of the church (South side, accessed from Lake Merritt Blvd) as well as in a small parking garage under the front of the church (North side, accessed from Lakeshore Ave). Street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood and around the lake. Please note that due to recent construction Lakeshore Ave now dead-ends just past the church (as shown on map above).
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