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Montalvo Schedule Announced

Tom Jones
It's Not Unusual: To see Tom Jones in concert; he plays Villa Montalvo June 29.

Photo by Michael Lavine

Concert series features four-score concerts in four venues

STRETCHING THE BOUNDS of geography, Villa Montalvo announced this week that it is now booking shows into the Mountain Winery (still known to many concertgoers as the Paul Masson Mountain Winery) a few miles up Highway 9. The concert series, which runs April 13­Nov. 22, has now swollen to 82 dates in four locations: the Carriage House Theater, Garden Theater and Front Lawn at Montalvo, and the amphitheater at the Mountain Winery.

Tickets can be purchased starting April 13 at the Montalvo box office, with advance privileges for people on the Montalvo mailing list--getting on the list, luckily, is easy: just send a postcard to Villa Montalvo, P.O. Box 2520, Saratoga 95071. For details, call 408/961-5858.

Carriage House Theater at Villa Montalvo
Kyoko Tabe: April 13
Masters of the Slack Key Guitar: April 24
La Tania: May 2
The Battlefield Band: May 8
Cubamissiomo: May 10
Gilliam Welch: May 23
St. Petersburg String Quartet: July 18
Jesse Cook and Faranak Shabroozi: July 26
The San Jose Chamber Orchestra: Sept. 5
Jazz Tap Ensemble: Oct. 5
Tibetan Monks: Oct. 10
Poncho Sanchez: Oct. 12
Baba Yaga: Oct. 17
The Brubeck Brothers: Oct. 19
Irish Fire: Nov. 13
Little Red: Nov. 22

Garden Theater at Villa Montalvo
Dr. John and Keb Mo: June 6
Grover Washington Jr.: June 12
Johnny Cash: June 13
Shawn Colvin: June 17
Gladys Knight: June 18
Tom Jones: June 29
Missoula Children's Theater: July 3
Michele Shocked: July 11
Andy Narrell and David Rudder: July 13
Ottmar Liebert: July 16­17
Ramsey Lewis and Dianne Schuur: July 20
Anne Murray: July 24
Sista Monica's Battle of the Blues Divas: Aug. 1
Kathleen Battle, James Carter and Cyrus Chestnut: Aug. 3
Merola Opera: Aug. 8­10
Los Trocaderos: Aug. 15
Pickle Slices: Aug. 16
The Rippingtons: Aug. 21­22
Dave Koz: Aug. 27­28
Zap Moma and Mayim: Aug. 29
Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock: Sept.4
The Labeque Sisters: Sept. 7
Joe Lovano Celebrates Sinatra: Sept. 11
David Benoit: Sept. 12
Spyro Gyra: Sept. 14
David Sanborn: Sept. 19
Miriam Makeba: Sept. 21
Tuck & Patti and Michael Hedges: Sept. 26
The Romeros: Sept. 28

Front Lawn at Villa Montalvo
John Denver: June 22.
Guitars and Sax and More (Peter White, Craig Chaquico, Richard Elliott and Rick Braun): June 8
KKSF Jazz Festival (Strunz and Farah, Larry Carlton, Keiko Matsui, et al.): July 26­27
The Neville Brothers: Aug. 24

Historic Mountain Winery
Al Jarreau and Boney James: June 5
Chris Isaak: June 18­19
John Tesh: June 25
Boz Skaggs: July 9­11
Dave Brubeck and David Benoit: July 25
Dan Fogelberg: July 30­31
Willie Neslon: Aug. 14
Hiroshima and the Braxton Brothers: Aug. 22
Peter, Paul and Mary: Aug. 24
Bluegrass with David Grisman, Vassar Clemens, Peter Rowan and Herb Peterson: Sept. 7
Chicago: Sept. 9­10.
Alison Krauss: Sept. 14
Los Lobos: Oct 5
Manhattan Transfer: Sept. 18-19
The Doobie Brothers: Sept. 30­Oct. 1
Ray Charles: Oct. 2

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