The Westmont Village Concerts are a high-quality musical series open to the public. The concerts offer outstanding chamber music to Riverside, and to the residents of Westmont Village. Founded in 2009 by Marilyn Sanguinet, the series is held at the Westmont Village Doornbos Memorial Chapel. Much of the work and organization of the series is performed by volunteer residents. Receptions are hosted after each concert. Cost is $25 with discount for students. Cash and checks are accepted at the door. Parking is free.
Marilyn Sanguinet is the founder of the Westmont Village Conert Series, which this year is celebrating a decade of fine chamber music in Riverside. She continues to select our performers.
Postponed until further notice due to COVID-19
Join Southern California’s brightest young stars from the Chamber Music Orange County Precollege Program as they present an exciting program of solo and chamber music during their return to Westmont Village Concerts. Come support the next generation of performing artists at this very special event! This concert will give us all a reason to celebrate youth and music. Postponed until further notice.
Friday February 28, 2020 | 7:00PM
The second part of a three-part concert series was held on Friday, February 28 with Canadians Anne Louise-Turgeon and Edward Turgeon, a married couple who tour the world playing classical piano duos. The event was a rousing success according to Marilyn Sanguinet, concert series founder and Westmont Village resident. The Turgeon duo made their New York debut in Carnegie Hall and they have recorded seven compact discs. They stopped in Riverside to play a concert and to reconnect with their fans at Westmont Village.
Pictured: (L-R) Anne Louise-Turgeon, Marilyn Sanguinet, Edward Turgeon, Kirsten Snyder celebrating after a successful concert.