San Diego CA— The Visitor Center at Mission Trails Regional Park will again host world-renowned musician Fred Benedetti this afternoon, Saturday, November 28.
The concert will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Visitor Center theater at Mission Trails Regional Park, allowing for an intimate setting and a rich, acoustically-enhanced listening experience for the audience. The concert will be free for guests, though space is limited and concertgoers are encouraged to arrive early to the event. Benedetti’s previous concerts have all been standing-room-only.
Fred Benedetti is a member of San Diego State University’s guitar faculty and also teaches as an Associate Professor of Music at Grossmont College, where he is Chair of Guitar Studies. He began playing guitar at the age of nine and has since won several music and music teaching awards from various organizations. His work is can be heard on more than 60 CDs, as well as numerous movie soundtracks and TV commercials. Benedetti continues to actively record and perform with a number of groups. He has shared the stage and recorded with famed artists including Art Garfunkel, Willie Nelson and Patty Loveless. Benedetti has performed for world leaders including former President Jimmy Carter, Mikhail Gorbachev and the King and Queen of Malaysia.
The concert is part of the Park’s free concert series, designed to showcase Mission Trails Regional Park as one of San Diego’s premier educational and recreational resources. Admission is free. More information about the concert, as well as the park, can be found at www.mtrp.org