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Tuesday, September 9

The Planets An HD Odyssey

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

8:00pm

This performance of Holst’s Planets will transport the audience to another realm: the evocative music will be accompanied by astonishing images from NASA and JPL rovers and satellites, as well as computer-generated graphics of the Mars landing and more. Opening the program, Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Erskine - Concerto for Drum Set and Orchestra is sure to send listeners into the stratosphere.

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An Evening with Tavis Smiley

All Saints Church

132 N. Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101

8:00pm

Tavis Smiley is a nationally known radio and television personality, entrepreneur, political commentator and activist.   Currently, Smiley hosts the late-night television talk show, Tavis Smiley on PBS, The Tavis Smiley Show on public radio distributed by Public Radio International (PRI). He is the first American to simultaneously host signature talk shows on both public television and public radio. He founded the ground-breaking and historic State of the Black Union series.  Smiley has authored several best-selling books, including The Covenant and The Covenant in Action. In 2009,  TIME magazine named him to their list of “The World’s 100 Most Influential People.” 

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Forever Flamenco

Ford Amphitheater

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East Hollywood, CA 90068, Los Angeles, 90068

8:30pm

Hailed as “LA’s most significant venue for flamenco” by LA Weekly, the Fountain Theatre returns to the Ford stage for an evening of passionate flamenco dance, music and song. This year’s show celebrates the 49-year career of legendary flamenco dancer, teacher and choreographer Roberto Amaral. 

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Wednesday, September 10

Popshop West 024 with Waters

Echo

Los Angeles, CA 90026

8:00am

Spring 2010 saw the demise of Port O'Brien, and founding member/front man Van Pierszalowski needed a break from the hectic, wonderful mess that is touring. He stumbled into respite in Oslo, Norway, and spent some time away from making music. Van explored the new city, swam in the Norwegian fjords, enjoyed the weather and the experience of seasons changing. He found his bearings and fell in love again.

Inspiration arrived and as he wrote, Van was compelled to fuel the process further by changing his environment once more. He spent most of the next year traveling: to Alaska, where he'd spent summers working on his father's commercial salmon fishing boat; to California, where he'd grown up in a seaside town off Highway 1; and eventually to New York, where in Brooklyn he endured relentless blizzards and a cold nearly reminiscent of Oslo.

Van gave his new project a name: WATERS. These new songs he wrote veered away from the frequently loose, punchy anthems of Port O'Brien, and as he intensively pieced each one together, he sought a bigger sound – something louder than he could play on his own. So Van returned to Oslo, where his new journey had begun. He put together a band of fine Norwegian gentlemen and spent every day of the next two months rehearsing in a small practice space outside of the city.

According to Van, "The record is about waking up. It is about getting out of a situation that seems endless, and realizing you're not too old to make dramatic and sudden changes in your life. It is about starting over."

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Nuestras Bellas Raices

Ford Amphitheater

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East Hollywood, CA 90068, Los Angeles, 90068

9:45am

Unidos Por La Danza presents Nuestras Bellas Raices, its first annual Latin American folklorico show that is a multicultural celebration of different countries and cultures from North, Central and South America.

Folklorico dance is a universal form of communication and expression that reflects significant values, traditions, thoughts, feelings and imagination of individuals and their cultures.

Join us for a memorable cultural evening with music and dance from Bolivia, Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama and Peru.

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See A Little Bit Country

Annenberg Space for Photography

2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067

11:00am

It’s time to see the world through country colored lenses.  Curated by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and the Country Music Hall of Fame, Country: Portraits of an American Sound at the Annenberg Space for Photography includes over 100 historical and contemporary photos, artifacts, a digital jukebox (this is where your kids will station themselves, and you want them to, because even if you’re not a country fan, the kids should know Dolly & the Man in Black), an original short form documentary with interviews from exhibited photographers, country musicians and historians and more.

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