Music for your Eyes

As a child prodigy violinist, Endre Balogh remembers playing solos onstage at the Lobero with the Santa Barbara Symphony when he was eight years old. He then became an acclaimed chamber musician and accomplished soloist, but now he’s a fine-art photographer. Now’s your chance to see his work, which hangs all summer at the Karpeles Manuscript Library on Anapamu Street. The museum is free, so check it out today.

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