Events


Brahms’ Requiem with the Pasadena Master Chorale

Brahms’ Requiem with the Pasadena Master Chorale

Last time we checked in with the PMC, in January, they were performing Mozart’s Requiem—fitting music for what passes for winter in these parts. With spring now in the air, it’s only fitting that the PMC would do… another Requiem? Yes! Brahms’ Requiem, in fact, which is a staggering piece of music. Brahms wrote an [...]

Gary Allegretto at the Coffee Gallery Backstage

Gary Allegretto at the Coffee Gallery Backstage

If anyone knows harmonica virtuosos, it’s American Cowboy magazine, which has the highest praise for five-time Western Music Association award nominee Gary Allegretto: “This good-natured cowboy singer-songwriter blows you away with his talent on that mouth harp.” He’ll be playing that mouth harp at the Coffee Gallery this Saturday with Ian Espinoza, also a singer-songwriter [...]

The California Art Club at the PMCA

The California Art Club at the PMCA

Yesterday was the opening of the 100th Annual California Art Club Gold Medal Juried Exhibition in the Main Gallery of the ever-delightful PMCA—a mouthful of the best the CAC’s artist-members have to offer. The CAC, as California art hounds know, is a little more than a hundred years old now, and remains dedicated to supporting [...]

A Noise Within The Chairs

A Noise Within The Chairs

On June 5th, the curtain will come down once and for all on A Noise Within’s Glendale location, their home of 19 years. ANW—Southern California’s premier classical repertory theatre company—is moving to a permanent space in Pasadena come the fall, a brand new facility right next to the Sierra Madre Gold Line station. But that’s [...]

Nrityagram Dance Ensemble at Caltech

Nrityagram Dance Ensemble at Caltech

In a strange bit of scheduling, the second night of the Caltech Dance Show has been programmed opposite the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble, a professional troupe blending classical Indian Odissi dancing with some modern practices and ideas. Nothing against Caltech’s homegrown dancers, but one wonders how they stack up against this. In addition to being an [...]

It’s Pasadena Restaurant Week!

It’s Pasadena Restaurant Week!

The first one ever, apparently, though there’s also an Old Pasadena Restaurant Week, and plenty of Pasadena restaurants have participated in dineLA and. Two course (and some three course) lunches will be $15, $20, or $25, while three course dinners will be $23, $34, or $45—depending on the restaurant and excluding tax, tip, and, of [...]

The Banff Mountain Film Festival at Caltech

The Banff Mountain Film Festival at Caltech

Banff is one of those words that looks like it should be constantly accompanied by an exclamation point: Banff! If it referred to a loud, lisping thud and not a city in Alberta, it could be onomatopoetic. Instead, it will have to settle for being one of Canada’s most popular tourist destinations and the home [...]

Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles, in Pasadena

Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles, in Pasadena

Since early March, the Pasadena Central Library has been hosting two related exhibitions: “Barrio Baseball: The Los Angeles Story” and “Latinas at Work and Play: Pasadena Stories,” presented, respectively, by the Baseball Reliquary and Latino Heritage, two local nonprofits. From the 40s to the 70s, Los Angeles was home a to flourishing amateur and semi-pro [...]

A Private Evening with the Father of Slam

A Private Evening with the Father of Slam

Marc Kelly Smith is the father of Slam Poetry as it is practiced today in a thousand dimly lit cafes across the country. It all began in 1987 at the Green Mill Tavern in Chicago, where Smith built an audience for the performative, competitive, communal, overtly rhythmic style of oral versifying that has so successfully [...]

Linda Johnston & Pet Adoption Fair at Vroman’s

Linda Johnston & Pet Adoption Fair at Vroman’s

If you’re in need or want of a pet, consider stopping by Vroman’s pet adoption fair this Saturday, cosponsored by the Pasadena Humane Society. If you’re not in need or want of a pet, but enjoy mysteries about animal shelters, consider stopping by anyway, as author Lauren Vancouver will be signing and reading from her [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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