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Friday, September 5

Dale Fielder Quartet

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

6:00pm

Multi-instrumentalist Dale Fielder plays all four saxophones: soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone with equal authority. He is known for his original compositions and choice of performing rare, obscure jazz classics as well as his varied group concepts and variety of presentations. Fielder has recorded over 13 albums as a leader for various labels since he first appeared on the national jazz scene in 1993. Selected as BET’s 1999 Jazz Discovery winner, Fielder has taped several subsequent video appearances and shows for BET. 

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Enrique Bunbury

Greek Theatre

Los Angeles, CA 90027

7:30pm

Former singer of Heroes del Silencio, Enrique Bunbury helped turn Spanish rock into a worldwide craze back in the 90s. No stranger to blowout tours, his band lit up stages all over the U.S. and Europe. He’s since evolved into a talented solo musician with a sound that runs the gamut from electro to Latin rock to industrial music. Enrique Bunbury concerts are always a hit, drawing in longtime fans and creating new ones. He has a remarkable ability to fill each tour with radically different material as his musical influences and sound are constantly in flux. Now he takes the stage again to promote his 2013 album Palosanto with a 2014 tour that will cover Latin America, Spain and the U.S., giving ticket holders a chance to see Bunbury's famous pyrotechnic shows and outrageous costume changes. 

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Shouting Secrets (2014)

Autry National Museum

4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA

7:30pm

Join filmmaker Korinna Sehringer and cast members for the Los Angeles premiere screening of the award-winning film Shouting Secrets. This hopeful and heartwarming story focuses on a Native American family. Yet it is a universal story, one of choices and regrets, the fragility of love, and the importance of family. A conversation with Sehringer follows the screening.  

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The Tingler

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

7:30pm

1959, 80 minutes, black and white, DCP | Produced and directed by William Castle; written by Robb White; with Vincent Price, Judith Evelyn, Darryl Hickman, Patricia Cutts, Pamela Lincoln, Philip Coolidge.

Vincent Price plays a prison pathologist who discovers that the source of fear in the human body is a spinal-cord arthropod that he dubs “the Tingler.” The only cure for it? Scientifically speaking: screams! Producer-director William Castle sets much of his film in a silent movie theater run by a deaf-mute, and the film’s ingenious climax finds the audience being pursued by an unleashed Tingler. Throw in some self-experimentation with hallucinogens and a gory sequence in which vivid color pops out in the otherwise black-and-white film, and you have one of Castle’s most popular entertainments.

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