Special Event: A Musical Celebration

Co-presented by CAMA’s Centennial Celebration Committee and the UCSB Department of Music

UCSB Department of Music faculty artists and students, together with guest artists, will present a FREE flute chamber music concert, and unveil CAMA’s upcoming 100th season program! Featuring acclaimed flutists Jill Felber, Claudia Anderson, and Angeleita Floyd; Jennifer Kloetzel, Cello; and Robert Koenig, Piano. Program to include works by Cynthia Folio, Carl Maria von Weber, and Santa Barbara’s own Linda Holland.

Sunday, May 6, 2018
Trinity Episcopal Church, Santa Barbara
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Admission is free (reservations recommended)

Reservations can be made online at: http://music.ucsb.edu/news/purchase-tickets
or by calling the UCSB Associated Students Ticket Office:
805 893-2064

This concert event is funded by the UCSB Academic Senate Pearl Chase Grant Program.


About CAMA’s Centennial

This is CAMA at 100: The Centennial Season of Santa Barbara’s oldest arts organization. Together we continue a legacy of excellence and step into the next century of community engagement in classical music. This thriving 100-year-old tradition is happening here, now, in your community, in your lifetime. Welcome!

CAMA’s Mission Statement (adopted October 19, 2017)

CAMA’s mission is to enrich Santa Barbara’s cultural life by bringing live performances by world-renowned classical artists and orchestras of the highest artistic excellence to our community and by providing creative, focused music education programs for individuals of all ages.

CAMA’s Centennial Statement (adopted September 28, 2017)

CAMA’s presentation of live classical music performances featuring world renowned artists and orchestras over the past 100 years is testament, not only to its founders and successors who have upheld their commitment to enrich Santa Barbara’s cultural life, but also to the citizens of our community who have supported our legacy. Through war, drought, fire and change, CAMA has continued to grow and to expand its community education programs. Today, CAMA continues to enrich the lives of the Santa Barbara region and its visitors, so that we can all experience and enjoy classical music through live performances and educational outreach of the highest caliber for future generations.