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Embarcadero Marina Park South
Located Behind the Convention Center 206 Marina Park Way San Diego, CA 92101
619-659-5300
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4 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was Nice evening. Bring a jacket. I wore Light jacket, tennis and socks.
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5 events
2 reviews
9 stars
We ate at the Marina Kitchen in the Marriott Hotel before the performance, we thought it was a great choice, and close.
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San Diego Symphony Summer Pops: John Pizzarelli
6 ratings
5.0 average rating
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10 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 19 2009

A fantastic way to spend a summer evening! Amazing stage and acoustics for being outside, beautiful music, picnic tables (or bring your own blanket) - all good seats. Would highly recommend and hope that I can attend another one before the...continued

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 19 2009

As a "first timer" I was very impressed with all aspects. My only "complaint" is that the music did not go on for a longer period of time - as it was so good! I was particularly impressed with the quality of the sound system. It was like...continued

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120 reviews
75 stars
attended Jul 19 2009

The show was simply the best! Hearing John Pizzarelli so clearly and ohsoveryreal was incredible. The quartet were all superlative talents, and it was a wonderful gift to be able to attend this show. Plus the Symphony was - as usual - the best!...continued

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Description

Jazz guitarist and vocalist John Pizzarelli brings his distinctive smooth style to the Summer Pops, singing classic standards and late-night ballads. The program is packed with bossa nova rhythms and jazzy tributes to Richard Rodgers, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, plus Pizzarelli’s own acclaimed compositions.