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Wednesday, March 11

Tuxedo DJ Set (Mayer Hawthorne & Jake One)

Amoeba Hollywood

6400 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028


The two Grammy-nominated artists have teamed up to release their debut album Tuxedo (Stones Throw Records) and will visit Amoeba Hollywood for a double DJ set for YOU!  Tuxedo is Mayer Hawthorne (Aquarius) and Jake One (Taurus) – they are descendants of the one-word moniker family of funk, where you will find groups such as Chic, Shalamar, Plush & Zapp.

The Tuxedo collaboration began with an exchange of mixtapes back in 2006. The fruits of a long-standing kinship were three tracks that mysteriously showed up on Internet doorsteps nearly two years ago. In between personal projects, these three tracks became a full album’s worth of Tuxedo. The album was mixed by original disco don dada John Morales at his home studio in South Plainfield, New Jersey. “I flew out there,” Mayer says. “He made me spaghetti and everything.”

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Thursday, March 12

Eyal Golan & Sarit Hadad

Saban Theatre

Beverly Hills, CA 90211


Eyal Golan, is a popular Israeli singer of Yemenite and Moroccan Jewish origins who sings in the Mizrahi style and considered one of the most successful singers of the Mizrahi genre in Israel.

Sarit Hadad is an acclaimed Israeli singer. In October 2009, the Israeli Music TV Channel (Channel 24) crowned Hadad "best female singer of the 2000s"

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Friday, March 13

Kongos - Lunatic Tour

Wiltern Theatre

3790 WIlshire Blvd, Los Angeles, 90010


South African-bred family band Kongos continues to gain fans around the globe with their boot-stomping sound and high-energy live performances. The band's four brothers possess an undeniable chemistry on stage, and their knowledge of both their craft and each other really shine as they tear through tracks like "Come With Me Now" and "I'm Only Joking". With their music receiving heavy radio airplay in the US and Canada, the boys of Kongos are ready and raring for another rollicking round of shows on tour.

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Saturday, March 14

Great Opera Choruses

Valley Performing Arts Center

Northridge, CA 91330


LA Opera presents two free concerts featuring the renowned LA Opera Chorus at the Valley Center for the Performing Arts at Cal State University Northridge. Great Opera Choruses, led by Resident Conductor Grant Gershon, continues our citywide Figaro Unbound celebration with excerpts from The Marriage of Figaro and other popular works. Best of all, audience members of all ages—and any musical ability—will have the exciting opportunity to join in the fun for a few pieces by singing along with the pros! The Great Opera Choruses concerts will also include soloists from LA Opera's Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program.

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Music Under The Guns

Battleship IOWA

250 S. Harbor Blvd., San Pedro, 90731


On Saturday, March 14 at 2:30 pm, bring the entire family for “Music Under The Guns” on board Battleship IOWA. The Golden West Pops, a premier adult community band based in Newport Beach, will be performing a selection of popular tunes. This unique concert series features local community musicians performing a variety of music styles. Held outdoors on the ships’ fantail, guests are reminded to dress appropriately. Tickets are $10 for Adults and $5 for children 12 and under and students with valid ID.

This event is held outside on the ship’s fantail. Limited seating is available. Guests are encouraged to dress appropriately, bring blankets and outdoor chairs. Concessions will be available, no coolers or outside food and beverages allowed. Event is subject to cancellation due to extreme weather conditions.

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Sunday, March 15

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra: Mozart & Prokofiev

Royce Hall

240 Charles E. Young Dr, CA 90024, CA 0


It’s human nature to cling to the familiar, but change is inevitable, and artists often point the way forward. Long before Bob Dylan gave voice to the Sixties, Haydn, who continually reinvented himself, named his 64th Symphony “Times Change.”

Mozart poured grief over his mother’s death into the beautifully crafted Flute Concerto, while Prokofiev drew inspiration for the athletic Violin Concerto from his gradual repatriation back to Moscow. Principal flute David Shostac celebrates 40 seasons at LACO performing Mozart and Joseph Swensen returns to solo in Prokofiev.

LACO composer-in-residence Andrew Norman describes Gran Turismo as “a creative joyride.” Hop aboard and embrace change –who knows where tonight’s musical journey may take you!

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Monday, March 16