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In the quest to create refreshing artistic experiences, Camarada seeks dynamic musical repertoire and fearlessly blends diverse artistic elements to present programs that are approachable, uplifting and stimulating.

Camarada is a 501(c)3 EIN# 33-0871107

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PHASE 1     ROBERTO SALAS + CAMARADA: CREATIVE CATALYST GRANT

RAISING AWARENESS ABOUT THE HONEYBEE

@ ART PRODUCE  3139 University Avenue     San Diego, CA 92104      artproduce.org

June 13-July 26, 2015

Gallery is Open every Thursday 3-7 pm  Or By Appointment with Roberto Salas @  Rsalas55@yahoo.com

Roberto Salas is one of the 10 artists to receive San Diego Foundation’s 2015 Creative Catalyst Grant.  Salas is sponsored by and is partnering with Camarada, a non-profit chamber music ensemble, to heighten the awareness about the plight of the honeybees in our community.  The first phase of this Creative Catalyst Project begins with this Plight of the Honeybee exhibit, which presents Salas’ studies and sketches of honeybees.

“Before entrepreneurial chamber music presentations became viable,
even cool – there was Camarada.”

James Chute

Music & Art Critic, San Diego Union Tribune

Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf
Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf

“…gorgeous phrasing and meticulous ensemble from first note to last.”

Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf
Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf
Ken Herman

Music Critic, San Diego Story

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