Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘concert’


Cello & Piano Recital at Bird Studio

Cello & Piano Recital at Bird Studio
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Gloria Lum, cellist for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and adjunct music instructor at Occidental College, began playing the piano at age four, not finding her way to the cello until the age of eight when her brother who said, “Why don’t you play the cello? Nobody plays the cello!” My earliest memory of playing music […]

Piano Spheres with Vicki Ray

Piano Spheres with Vicki Ray

An evening of piano music inspired from painting, sculpture, and the visual arts. Pianist Vicki Ray is a soloist and collaborative artist and a founding member in 1994 of Piano Spheres, along with Leonard Stein. Though he has since passed away, “his mark on Piano Spheres is indelible: make great programs, stretch yourself, help create […]

What’s Old Is New Again

What’s Old Is New Again

During several summers following high school, I, like nearly every teenager in Orange County, worked at Disneyland. Early in my career, one of my pals introduced me to another coworker in the parking lot. Actually, this new acquaintance was crawling out of the rumble seat of a 1939 Packard, if memory serves me. And as […]

Is It the Great Pumpkin? Yes! It’s Kidspace Fest

Is It the Great Pumpkin? Yes! It’s Kidspace Fest

It’s that time of year again, Charlie Brown. It’s the 17th annual Kidspace Pumpkin Festival, a two-day extravaganza with free performances and child-compelling activities available for a modestly priced ticket: a petting zoo, pony rides, bounce houses, handmade crafts, and face painting. Then your munchkins can choose their favorite item from the pumpkin patch and […]

The Happy-Absurd Meets the Sublime

The Happy-Absurd Meets the Sublime

Intimate Opera Pasadena’s Summer Young Artist Program presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s Trial by Jury and Puccini’s Suor Angelica preformed by a cast of emerging artists aged 16 to 28. The dual productions organized by IOP artistic director Stephanie Vlahos and funded by the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts will juxtapose the simple divinity and […]

California Philharmonic Festival on the Green

California Philharmonic Festival on the Green

The brainchild of L.A. County Parks and Rec and the Cal Phil conductor, Victor Vener, this summertime series has been selling out to al fresco music lovers since its inception. Indy and series tickets are available on the Great Lawn for table seating or BYO lawn chair; picnicking is encouraged, beginning at 5:30 p.m., with […]

Singing Nuns

Singing Nuns

Monty Python this is not. Rather, it’s a choir of Carmelites from all over the Southland, putting on a rare show for those outside the convent’s walls. The program spans centuries, from old-timey Gregorian Chants to ultramodern contemporary Christian, but has a unifying theme: light. Because, as Mother Regina Marie says, “Times are dark.” The […]

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