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Young artists recognized — The La Jolla Symphony & Chorus announced the winners of its 53rd annual Young Artists Competition, which was held Jan. 26 at UCSD. Twenty-six contestants, ages 14 to 28, from San Diego County and Baja California competed for cash prizes in vocal and instrumental categories. For a list of winners, visit

Don Juan on stage and canvas — As part of San Diego Ballet’s new concept, “arts supporting arts,” artist Anita Lewis will exhibit “Dance Moments of Don Juan” — a collection of contemporary abstract paintings inspired by the story — premiering alongside the opening night of San Diego Ballet’s “Don Juan” on Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lyceum Theatre, 79 Horton Plaza, and runs through Feb. 17. For tickets call (619) 544-1000.

La jolla youth interpret Judy Blume — La Jolla’s Anna Kate Skillman, Luke Garbacz and Zoe Trudeau are among the students performing in San Diego Junior Theatre’s “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing,” based on Judy Blume’s book of the same name and running March 1-17 at Balboa Park’s Casa del Prado Theater on Fridays at 7 p.m. and weekends at 2 p.m. For tickets, visit or call (619) 239-8355.

Playhouse pop tour — The La Jolla Playhouse announced the cast and creative team for the theater’s 2013 Performance Outreach Program (POP) Tour production, “A Lonely Boy’s Guide to Survival (And Werewolves).” The play will be performed at 53 schools across the county, as well as during public performances the Playhouse on April 6 and 7. For tickets or more information, visit

Art goes electronic — Quint Contemporary Art, located at 7457 Girard Ave., announced its online store is now open, making it easier for art lovers to browse and buy from the comfort of their own home. Visit

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