There are some interesting performances this weekend.
The San Diego Youth Symphony is presenting two concerts on Saturday at Copley Symphony Hall. The first concert is at 2:00 pm and the second concert is at 7:00 pm. The evening performance features the “flagship” ensembles of Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonia.
The final two performances of San Diego Opera's Salome are at the Civic Theater on Friday at 8:00 pm and Sunday at 2:00 pm.
Side note: The Sunday performance is during The Super Bowl. Should you want to make a symbolic gesture to promote the arts over corporate affiliation and beer commercials—this would be your chance. For the record, I’ll probably watch The Super Bowl and hope for Eli Manning’s demise.
Local chamber group, Camarada, is playing a concert of Eastern European music Saturday at 6:30 pm. The venue is the Perry L. Meyer Fine Art Gallery on Kettner. For a little more information on Camarada, here is their band page. http://www.sandiegoreader.com/bands/camarada/
On Friday and Saturday night at 7:30 pm, The Bach Collegium San Diego has a program about the existential elements of Bach’s fugues. The performance also features dancers and a vocal soloist. The venue is UCSD's Molli and Arthur Wagner Dance Building.