631 West 2nd St, Los Angeles, 90012
Co-presented with The Frame, the arts and culture program on Southern California Public Radio/KPCC.
This lively discussion on the cultural ramifications of accelerating demographic change accompanies...
300 East Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, 90802
Writing songs that reflect the complexity of his characters, Stephen Sondheim changed the way we define a great musical. Yet even though millions of fans know his songs by heart, few know much about Sondheim himself. Until now. Conceived by frequent Sondheim collaborator James Lapine, this intimate evening combines exclusive interview footage offering an inside look at Sondheim’s personal life and artistic process with sparkling-new arrangements of over two dozen Sondheim tunes ranging from the celebrated to the obscure. A unique theatrical experience.
6200 E. Atherton Street, Long Beach, CA 90815
Experience an evening of performances by the finest students at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music. Curated by Bob Cole Conservatory faculty, this showcase highlights the individual talents of their leading classical and jazz students.
240 Charles E Young Drive, 240 Charles E Young Drive, 0
3:00am to 10:00am
The Department of Design Media Arts presents an exhibition of works by M.F.A. Candidates Mathew Dryhurst, Adam Ferriss, Jesse Fleming, Hsin-Yu Lin, Peter Lu, Neil Mendoza and Theo Triantafyllidis.
120 Westwood Plaza, 120 Westwood Plaza, 0
Bijayini Satpathy is the director of dance education for Nrityagram, Indias first residential school for Indian classical dances. Called a performer of exquisite grace and technique by the New Yorker ...
1201 West Malvern Avenue, 1201 West Malvern Avenue, 0
Join Evan J. Marshall, an internationally renowned mandolin virtuoso, for an evening ranging from classical elegance to toe-tappin bluegrass, all played with virtuosity and charm! A Muck favorite who ...
415 E Broadway #102, Glendale, 91205
ABRIL BOOKSTORE cordially invites you to meet MELINE KARAKASHIAN
author of the newly released book in English and in Armenian
KOMITAS (1869-1935): Victim of the Great Crime
KOMITAS (1869-1935): Victim of the Great Crime is the researched story of Komitas Vartabed’s development, his immense contribution to the preservation of Armenian religious and folk music, and his psychiatric hospitalizations following the Great Crime of 1915, written by a psychologist. This small volume encapsulates the story of the Great Crime and its psychological consequences, Komitas Vartabed being a prime example of a victim-survivor-sufferer.