This vibrant, young instrumental quintet reinvents American folk music with a dash of vocal pop and a splash of gypsy flair.
The Grammy award-winning soprano performs the world premiere of Mark Abel’s new, L.A.-centric song cycle set to texts by Kate Gale along with excerpts from David Del Tredici's "Miz Inez Sez," plus readings by poets from the Red Hen Press.
The soprano and pianist partner in a programmatic cocktail of equal parts Cabaret, Liederabend, and Bohemian theatrics: shaken, served up.
The L.A. Phil’s pre-eminent keyboardist brings her latest provocative and eclectic program to the Branson, performing a varied program, including works written for her by Joseph Pereira, Gernot Wolfgang, and Esa-Pekka Salonen.
The Russian virtuoso plays a brilliant solo program of unaccompanied works by Handel, Bach and Cassado.
A celebratory birthday concert featuring the music of Libra composers, some of whom share the birthday of the virtuoso pianist/composer himself (such as Franz Liszt and Thérèse Brenet).
Two brothers, both musicians. The classical pianist is Christian. The jazz bassist is Muslim. When Bilal is accused of being a terrorist and jailed awaiting trial, Eric tries to stay connected by pushing aside his own classical aspirations in order to learn big brother's jazz style. Separated by prison bars and religious convictions, the brothers scat and be-bop through their shared language of music.