Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Free Music Under the Stars’


Singing Scientists

Singing Scientists
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Have you heard the singing scientists? Fifty-three JPLers gather every Wednesday evening to rehearse under the tutelage of Donald Brinegar, the Pasadena Symphony’s Director of Choruses. These men of the lab, who actually include scientists, engineers, administrators, software and business folks, tackle tunes by Bernstein and Sondheim, Alan Menken, and Rodgers and Hart. On October 4th, the […]

This Week at the Levitt (The End!)

This Week at the Levitt (The End!)

Free Music Under the Stars comes to a close this week. It’s been a very musical summer and we’ll be sad to see it go, which it will, thankfully, with a bang and not a whimper. Thursday it’s Chuck Mead, a co-founder of the Grammy-nominated BR549, serious players in the blossoming alt-country scene of the […]

Kid’s Night at Levitt Pavilion: Debi Derryberry

Kid’s Night at Levitt Pavilion: Debi Derryberry

It’s the last week of Levitt’s free summer concert series, which means it’s the last weekly Wednesday Children’s Night. We’ve seen all sorts of acts this summer, and we’ll see just one more: Raffi! No, just kidding, it’s not Raffi. Like the title says, it’s Debi Derryberry, who, in addition to being a children’s entertainer, […]

Kid’s Night at Levitt Pavilion: Rocknoceros

Kid’s Night at Levitt Pavilion: Rocknoceros

One night a week of Levitt Pavilion’s free summer concert series is devoted to the little ones who walk amongst us—children. We’ll be spotlighting these weekly offerings in this space all summer long, so keep your eyes peeled—you never know where the next Raffi might come from. In addition to having a cool name, Rocknoceros […]

This Week at the Levitt

This Week at the Levitt

      Free Music Under the Stars rolls on. This week’s lineup is especially potent. Thursday it’s Blame Sally, a Bay Area phenomenon who’ve been compared to Jane Siberry, the Indigo Girls and The Joy of Cooking (?), which is a roundabout way of saying they are folk rockers. Friday it’s Adele Jacques/Paris Loves […]

The Levitt is Open

The Levitt is Open

Music is everywhere. The latest movement to grace the summer soundscape is the beginning of the Levitt Pavilion’s free concert series, which starts this Wednesday with puppets. That’s for kids, though—at least it’s supposed to be. The “grown-up” entertainment begins Thursday with Dan Navarro & Stonehoney, a folk/country/rock outfit with a great reputation for live […]

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