The week’s festivities would not be complete without some live music to evoke that midcentury vibe. Experience Modernism Week’s new Dinner and a Show Series and other great performances.
- Que Sera: An Evening with Doris Day – The first “Dinner and a Show” brings to life America’s sweetheart Doris Day. Wearing signature blonde wigs and glamorous attire, Kristi King will perform the hit songs and life story of this legendary entertainer with a riveting performance that captures the very essence and feel of the star.
[February 17, 7pm to 10:00pm. Tickets $75. Register here.]
- Dusty in the Desert: Dusty Springfield – The second “Dinner and a Show” relives the glamor of a forgotten era with legendary music of 1960s British pop singer Dusty Springfield featuring LEE HARTLEY and the GAND BAND.
[February 18, 7pm to 10pm. Tickets $75. Register here.]
- Sacra/Profana – During President’s weekend, the E. Stewart William’s-designed Temple Isaiah will host the first desert performance of San Diego’s acclaimed SACRA / PROFANA contemporary classical choral group.
[February 17, 7:30pm to 9pm. Tickets $18. Register here.]
For a handy round up of music events, check out Mid Mod.