Season 17 Press

5/25/2011: Nuvi Mehta Takes On The Fifth

5/8/2011: Musical collaboration triumphs at Ventura Music Festival concert

5/8/2011: Music with free spirit moves Ventura festival audience

5/6/2011: Pianist Martina Filjaks Plays Rarely Heard Piece for Left Hand

5/6/2011: Nuvi Mehta – The Music Plays On

5/2/2011: Chris Botti – Music Fills the Air

5/2/2011: O'Connor Thrills Crowd at Festival

4/30/2011: Pianist Roberto Prosseda's U.S. debut of work delights audience

4/28/2011: The devil wears a handlebar mustache

4/21/2011: Ventura Music Festival 2011 Season “Caravana Muzica” opens April 29

4/11/2011: Festival artist transforms recycled metals into creative sculptures

3/11/2011: Young musical phenoms headline at Ventura Music Festival’s Rising Stars Concert

3/9/2011: Artistic Director loves to see a child’s eyes light up

3/3/2011: Violinist Nuvi Mehta offers advice to Cabrillo Middle School string orchestra

1/14/2011: Arturo Sandoval fuels the Latin fire in Ventura, Feb. 12

12/24/2010: Young jazz musicians invited to compete   Young musicians invited to compete

12/24/2010: Ventura Music Festival hosts return of Latin Jazz legend, Arturo Sandoval

12/17/2010: Ventura Music Festival announces 2011 performers, artists

12/10/2010: Kids can compete musically   Kids can compete musically

12/9/2010: Jazz music competition for youths   in The Acorn

12/8/2010: Ventura Music Festival lineup announced   on Individual.com   in Chronicles

11/29/2010: Arturo Sandoval fuels the Latin fire in Ventura, Feb. 12   in dBusinessNews   in Chronicles

11/25/2010: Young musicians invited to compete in Ventura Music Festival’s annual student jazz competition   in PRLog   in dBusinessNews

8/23/2010: Afternoon festival will feature nine-time Grammy Award winner Eddie Palmieri, Brazilian beat masters

8/13/2010: Eddie Palmieri, master and legend at the piano, conductor and ambassador to Latin jazz, to headline the Latin Music Festival on Oct. 3

8/13/2010: Ventura Music Festival’s first Concierto Mar y Sol promises cultural explosion of Latin legends, Oct. 3

8/11/2010: Afternoon Latin Music Festival will feature nine-time Grammy Award winner Eddie Palmieri, Brazilian beat masters Forró in the Dark and perpetual percussionist Munyungo Jackson