Music & Arts Conservatory Santa Barbara
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 Music & Arts Conservatory of Santa Barbara is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization,  Tax ID # 320439634
MACSB does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, religion or national origin.
(805) 682-2370
P.O. Box 3004 Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Guest Artists
Ike Jenkins, Founder, Dos Pueblos Jazz Choir
SB Independent Local Hero 1996
Stephen Schwartz, Musical theatre
lyricist and composer:
Godspell, Wicked, Enchanted
Three Grammys and three Academy Awards  
Nir Kabaretti, Santa Barbara Symphony,
Music and Artistic Director
Robert Thies, Concert pianist
Gold medal winner of the 2nd Int"l Prokofiev Competition, St. Petersburg, Russia
Master Class, SBMAC
Ernest Richardson, (SBMAC Music Director & Principal Conductor)
Resident Conductor, Omaha Symphony
Music Director, Steamboat Springs Orchestra
Artistic Director, Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory
Guest Artist, Music and Arts by the Sea
Gary Sheldon, Principal Conductor, 
Miami City Ballet
Guest Conductor, Young Soloists Showcase
John Sant'Ambrogio, author, former principal cellist, Saint Louis Symphony

Lorand Lokuszta, Guest Artist and friend, December 2011 Virtuosi Concert
Special Programs 

History of Japanese Caligraphy
History of Jazz
Music & Instruments of India
Korean folk instruments
"The Tango" Demonstration & Music of Piazolla
Cartoon Art in the 21st Century


-Mimi Blais, "Queen of Ragtime" (from Montreal)
-Dan Fante, Writer
-Mike de Grey, National Geographic Photographer ( underwater)
-Walter Kohn, PhD Nobel Prize Winner ( various including commentary on parallel universe)
-Renee Bergan, Producer/ Cinematographer (women and secret schools under the Taliban universes )
-Michael Mortilla, Silent Film Composer & Pianist
-Olga Kern, Pianist (Van Clibun Competition Winner)
-David Rasche, Movie Actor
-Robert Easton, Award Winning Architect
-Doug Davidson, Actor (Young & The Restless)
-Cheri Steinkellner, television Writer ("Cheers")
-Rod Lathim, Access Theater
-Adrienne Coulter, Architect
-Regine Astier, Baroque Dances ( History, Choreography, Participantion)
-Daekyu Chang, Martial Arts ( Karate)
-Paul Berkowitz, Pianist
-Joanne Kucera-Morin, Musician & Composer (UCSB)
Dr. Judith Lynn Stillman, Artist-in-Residence & Professor of Music Department of Music, Theatre and Dance, Rhode Island College
Artistic Director, Wednesday Masterworks Concerts at Sapinsley Hall,