Montalvo Arts Center

Where
15400 Montalvo Rd, Saratoga , CA
Call
+1 408.961.5800
Contact
Email
Web
Montalvo Arts Center Website
Tags
Arts, Music, Concerts, Galleries, Installation Art

About

Montalvo Arts Center encompasses a historic Mediterranean-style Villa in the Saratoga hills, as well as the 175-acre property it resides on. Formerly called Villa Montalvo, the property also includes the Sally and Don Lucas Residency Program and showcases a wide range of music, comedy, and theatrical performances in both the indoor Carriage House Theatre and the beautiful outdoor Lilian Fontaine Garden Theatre. Montalvo exhibits exciting up-and-coming artists in its Art on the Grounds and the Project Space Gallery, and features a wide range of innovative public programming.

Mission:
Montalvo Arts Center is an oasis of culture and nature whose mission is to create and present arts of all types, nurture artists, and use our historic Villa, buildings, and grounds in innovative ways that engage people in the creative process.


Montalvo is a Member-supported non-profit organization dedicated to the arts. Learn more about how to become a Member here.

Join us at montalvoarts.org, on Facebook, and on Twitter.

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Articles

  • Montalvo Fall/Winter Concerts

    Montalvo Arts Center announces Lang Lang and other big-name performers for fall/winter 2010-11
    05/04/2010 by Michael S. Gant

    THE WORLD-STRADDLING appeal of Chinese piano prodigy Lang Lang is not to be underestimated. Only 27, he has already been named to the Time magazine roster of 100 most important people. That e...  More »

  • Preview: Hubert Sumlin

    The blues great talks about playing with Howlin' Wolf.
    11/12/2009 by Steve Palopoli

    HUBERT SUMLIN is a national treasure. Not just because he played with Howlin’ Wolf for almost 25 years, including on what is to my mind the best blues record ever made, 1962’s Howlin’ Wolf (a.k.a. the...  More »

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