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Thursday, September 29

Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra: Sensational Strings

Carlo Ponti and the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra return at the Theatre Raymond Kabbaz with an emotional opening performance tugging at the heartstrings, featuring orchestral masterpieces by Gabriel Faure, Antonin Dvorak and the anticipated Los Angeles premiere of Frank Martin’s Petite Symphonie Concertante.
The 75 minutes concert with an intermission will start at 7:30pm and will take place at Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz, 10361 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90064 (310-286-0553). Individual tickets are $40 for adults and $25 for students.
For more information on this event, please visit our website. Individual tickets are available online http://tinyurl.com/ofmdyxh .

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What the Night is For

Little Fish Theatre

777 S. Centre St., San Pedro, CA 90731

8:00pm

What the Night is For By Michael Weller. What begins as a casual meal and an evening of catching up turns into a humorous, passionate and moving voyage towards a moment that could change the lives of two former lovers. "Weller weaves a play both painfully honest and unexpectedly funny." THE GUARDIAN.  Runs: September 29 - October 20.

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Friday, September 30

Batchelder: Tilemaker

Pasadena Museum of History

470 W. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA 91103

12:00pm

Batchelder: Tilemaker is the first local retrospective dedicated solely to the life and work of the influential artist and educator Ernest A. Batchelder. Batchelder was an author, designer, educator, artist, and tilemaker who settled in Pasadena in the early 20th century. The breadth of Batchelders design aesthetic and range of his shop production will be on display, with tiles from the earliest days in Pasadena, through the final production of his large factory in Los Angeles (1910 - 1930) and his pottery business, founded in 1936. Highlights include a full-scale fireplace, large scenic landscape and medieval tiles, and original tile molds and design drawings. Special features include never-before exhibited items from the tilemakers family, including the custom family medallion Sign of the Green Rabbit; recreation of a Batchelder showroom, with examples of a miniature salesman sample fountain and fireplace; and a 3-D immersive tour experience of both the 1909 Batchelder bungalow in Pasadena and Los Angeles Dutch Chocolate Shop, one of Batchelders earliest large commissions (1914). The 3D models are made possible by Matterport, a company specializing in fully-immersive media that allows users to easily create, modify, navigate and build on digital representations of real places. Another exclusive video installation, by Skycraft Studios , includes interviews with leading scholars and a segment with journalist Patt Morrison speaking with Dr. Winter.

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