Internet Resources - Symphonies
With over 1,200 films, Medici.tv is the largest online catalog made up of classical music programs. It features the greatest artists and composers, and associates with great orchestras and concert halls around the world in order to broadcast live and free of charge some of the greatest musical events on the internet and its mobile applications.
Browse related subjects: Composers, Concerts, Movies, Music, Performing Arts, Symphonies
- Sheet Music Database
Search for an artist, song, or performer among the Santa Cruz Library's extensive collection of sheet music. Prepared by SCPL staff.
Browse related subjects: Music, Music Teachers, Musicals, Songs, Symphonies
- Cabrillo Music Festival
The Cabrillo Music Festival features contemporary music. The website gives season concerts, a calendar, ticket information, and links to listen to featured composers.
Browse related subjects: Composers, Concerts, Music, Santa Cruz County, Symphonies
- Santa Cruz Baroque Festival
The Santa Cruz Baroque festival features five spring performances each year with additional special events. Performances feature mainly Baroque (17th and 18th century) music, but also include Medieval through Renaissance music.
Browse related subjects: Composers, Concerts, Music, Performing Arts, Santa Cruz County, Symphonies
- Santa Cruz County Symphony
Information on upcoming performances, members of the symphony, and ticket sales.
Browse related subjects: Music, Santa Cruz County, Symphonies
- UC Santa Cruz Arts Division
Link to UC Santa Cruz Arts Divison calendar of events, which incorporates music performances, art openings and exhibitions, and theater recitals occurring on the UC Santa Cruz campus.
Browse related subjects: Actors, Colleges and Universities, Concerts, Music, Performing Arts, Symphonies
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Aerial Photos - Santz Cruz County
UCSC's McHenry Library Maps Collection has a collection of aerial photographs of Santa Cruz County from the 1920's on. They may be viewed by the public by appointment.
There is also a small collection of uncataloged aerial photos in the Local History room of the Downtown branch.[More]