6010 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
“POETIIC” hip hop artist from New Eruh LLC Entertainment Company located in San Diego will be performing at the MINT nightclub in Los Angeles on November 29th 2014. Hip Hop artists STUNTMAN and STYLE from New Eruh LLC, will also be featured at this event. This will be a night you don’t want to miss!
“Poetiic” has her own internet radio that streams to over 142 countries and has opened for such acts as Dru Hill, Lloyd, Cyhi Da Prynce (part of Kanye West's group), Gary Owen (celebrity comedian), Luenell (celebrity comedian), and Red Grant (celebrity comedian). Poetiic recently (June 2014) charted #28 on the National Top 50 Independent artist for radio airplay and charted #39 on the National Top 50 Hip-Hop/R&B charts!
$10 Cover; 21+
Official Website: www.iiampoetiic.com (to review more songs)
151 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 90012
The endless charms of Haydn's concerto find the ideal spokesman in charismatic cellist Gautier Capuçon; Dudamel invigorates Schubert's lyrical Sixth Symphony.
Come for: Gautier Capuçon performing one of Haydn's beloved cello concertos.
And more: Max Reger's stunning orchestral depiction of four paintings by the Swiss Symbolist artist Arnold Böcklin.
Originated by the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African Art, and curated by Dr. Christine Mullen Kreamer, African Cosmos: Stellar Arts is the first major exhibition exploring the historical legacy of African cultural astronomy and its intersection with traditional and contemporary African arts. For millennia, Africans have gazed upon the celestial firmament, made sense of the heavenly bodies above them, and used their observations to chart their movements through the physical environment and regulate their agricultural and ritual calendars.
Violinist Phillip Levy, cellist Bongshin Ko, and pianist Kevin Fitz-Gerald perform an all-Brahms program: Cello Sonata no. 1 in E Minor, op. 38, Sonatensatz, WoO 2, and Piano Trio no. 2 in C Major, op. 87.
Hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle as the top classical performer of 1995, Phillip Levy has received worldwide critical acclaim at festivals including Spoleto, Bayreuth, Edinburgh, Israel, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Ojai, Seattle, and Aspen. He has received many prestigious awards and prizes, including the International Chamber Music Competition (Florence, Italy), Royal Overseas League (England), Myra Hess Trust, Welsh Arts Council, American Israel Cultural Foundation, and Rubin Academy Violin Competition (Israel). He led the London-based Locrian and Amphion String Quartets and served as principal violinist of the Apple Hill Chamber Players. Levy currently leads the Capitol Ensemble, Sundays Live’s artists in residence. His numerous solo performances have been broadcast on Israel television and radio, NPR, and BBC. As a dedicated pedagogue, Levy is in demand as a teacher at festivals throughout the world. For eight years, he held a senior lectureship in violin and chamber music at Stanford University and led the Stanford String Quartet, with which he performed and recorded extensively. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Phillip Levy is faculty at California State University, Long Beach.