Libbey Bowl Rebuilding
For Ojai Music Festival
In 2009, the Hind Foundation granted $100,000 to the Ojai Music Festival towards the $3 million campaign to rebuild the Libbey Bowl. The Ojai Music Festival is a world-renowned, classical, annual music festival showcased in the enchanting Libbey Bowl. The existing Bowl, demolished after the 2010 season, needed to be replaced due to years of damage from termites and wood rot. The new Bowl will include much-needed expansions of the backstage areas for artists and production needs; a slightly expanded stage area; a more modern building utilizing green materials; improved site drainage; and planting of more than 30 trees throughout the venue for shade and beauty.
• Improved Experience
After the construction is complete the new Libbey Bowl will open in June before the 2011 Season begins. The new Bowl will provide an enhanced experience for spectator and performer alike.
|Area of Funding: Music & Visual Arts|
|Type of Funding: Standard Grant|
|Amount Funded: $100,000|
|Year Funded: 2009|
|Year Completed: 2010|
|About the Organization|
|Ojai Music Festival|
|201 South Signal Street|
|Ojai, CA 93023|
Established in 1947 by music aficionado John Bauer, the Ojai Music Festival has fostered a healthy spirit of eclecticism in its adventurous programs, gaining a worldwide reputation for attracting artists who are given artistic freedom as they perform exceptional pieces of classical music.