Ojai Music Festival Photo Gallery

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Entering in its 75th anniversary season, the Ojai Music Festival connects world-renowned artists and audiences in performances and conversations that push limits, risk failures, and spark surprise.  The Festival nurtures musicians, composers, and artists who shape the music of our time. Ojaiโ€™s spirit of innovation and informality draws audiences who are specifically eager for experiences beyond the norm of standard classical musical performances.

Photo 1: John Luther Adams’ Strange and Sacred Noise, Besant Hill School 
Photo 2: John Luther Adams’ Songbirdsongs, Meditation Mount
Photo 3: John Luther Adams’ Inuksuit, Libbey Park 
Photo 4: John Luther Adams’ Sila, Libbey Park 
Photo 5: Music of Lou Harrison, Libbey Park 
Photo 6: Mahler Chamber Orchestra members performing a wide-range of music, Libbey Park 
Photo 8: Children’s concert with Patricia Kopatchinskaja
Photo 9 and 10: Luigi Nono’s La lontananza nostalgica utopica futura, Libbey Park
Photo 11: Caroline Shaw’s Will there be any stars in my crown, Zalk Theatre 
Photo 12: Kaija Saariaho’s La Passion de Simone 
Photo 13: Josephine Baker: A Portrait (World Premiere) 
Photo 14: Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress 
Photo 15: Ojai Talks with members of LUDWIG
Photo 16: Libbey Bowl audience