Beverly Hills News
International Music Festival In Motion
By Chet Kincaid
Aug 3, 2013 - 2:45:16 PM

BEVERLY HILLS—The 10th Annual Beverly Hills International Music Festival is underway. The festival began on Friday.


Nearly 60 different artists, including instrumentalists and vocalists, from all over the world are expected to perform. The event will be held at The Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills until Sunday, August 11.

Images from previous years of The Beverly Hills International Music Festival.


The Beverly Hills International Music Festival's main purpose is to offer aspiring and experienced artists a chance to showcase their classical talents. The festival offers performance opportunities for the public, as well as an intensive study program for the artists. The artists receive a chance to learn from world renowned musicians.


Artists expected to perform are violinist Guillaume Tardif, pianist Hiroyo Hatsuyama, guitarist Edward Trybek amongst other local and international artists.


The festival, headed by Gregory Cherninsley, will take place on 8844 Burton Way. Tickets cost $25.00 for each performance. For more information you can send an email to send an email to or call (310) 779-7622.

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