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  • Breathe Watch Listen Touch - The Music of Yoko Ono

    Mar 22, 2019

  • Iron and Wine

    Mar 24, 2019

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic - Gershwin and Ravel

    Mar 28 - 31, 2019

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic - Mirga Leads Tchaikovsky and Debussy

    Apr 5 - 7, 2019

  • Cameron Carpenter

    Apr 7, 2019

Breathe Watch Listen Touch - The Music of Yoko Ono Poster

Breathe Watch Listen Touch - The Music of Yoko Ono

March 22, 2019

For one special evening only, a host of talented female performance artists and musicians including former Dirty Projectors vocalist Amber Coffman, artist and activist Madame Ghandi, Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson, spoken word poet Kamil Oshundara and Grammy nominated R&B trio We Are King amongst others, come together to celebrate the life and perform the legacy of Yoko Ono. For over 60 years, the multimedia artist and music maker has pushed the boundaries with her avant-garde works in a storied career that exists wholly apart from her affiliation with her late husband John Lennon and The Beatles.

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Iron and Wine

March 24, 2019

Iron and Wine, aka Sam Beam has been hard at work making folk rock over a decade now, with his work compared to the likes of Simon and Garfunkel, Nick Drake, Elliott Smith, Neil Young and John Fahey.

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Los Angeles Philharmonic - Gershwin and Ravel

March 28 - 31, 2019

George Gershwin, iconic American songbook writer and pop pioneer may not have seemed to have much in common with Maurice Ravel, French champion of impressionism in music, but the two are said to have met at a party in the Big Apple in 1928, where they bonded over their deep passion for jazz. The LA Philharmonic invite up and coming guest conductor Lionel Bringuier and French pianist extraordinaire Helene Grimaud to forge their connection anew with a stunning program that marries Gershwin's Cuban Overture and An American In Paris with Ravel's Valses Nobles et Sentimentales and Piano Concerto In G.

Los Angeles Philharmonic - Mirga Leads Tchaikovsky and Debussy Poster

Los Angeles Philharmonic - Mirga Leads Tchaikovsky and Debussy

April 5 - 7, 2019

The Los Angeles Philharmonic is lead by the effervescent Mirga Grazinyte-Tyler in this exceptional program. Mirga leads the orchestra through Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Patricia Kopatchinskaja stepping forth for her solo, astonishing the audience with her supreme talent.

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Cameron Carpenter

April 7, 2019

Homegrown organist Carpenter isn't your ballpark standard organ grinder; this guy is a true virtuoso of the medium, combining showmanship and technique that leaves people with dropped jaws. At the tender age of 33, he is one of the youngest experts in his art anywhere in the world. Often touring with a specially made electronic organ, 2014 saw him release DVD If You Could Read My Mind, containing performances and commentary by him recorded on the very same electronic organ.

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