Bill Alves & friends salute Lou Harrison, the quintessential California composer, on his 100th birthday.
Graduate Students from USC's acclaimed Thornton School of Music present an evening of rarely heard canciones from the Old & New World.
Two Performances - 7:00pm & 9:00pm
Pianist Danny Holt returns to Boston Court and brings with him an array of percussion instruments, calling for acrobatic feats of multi-instrumentalism.
An exciting evening of new music and covers from the acclaimed Friction Quartet. From Lady Gaga to Adams, this won't be your typical concert experience.
"This was high- octane music-making, and the Frictioneers brought to all of it a fine blend of rhythmic ferocity and tonal flair." -- Joshua Kosman, SF Chronicle
Snychromy presents an evening of new commissions for Vicki Ray, Alyssa Park, and Tim Loo.
"Synchromy continues to be a group to watch, with well-thought-out programs and a diverse array of imaginative musicmaking." -Singerpreneur
The Heidi Duckler Dance Theater opens DuoFest with their signature style of innovative dance experiences in non-trdaitional places.
Piano Spheres brings Vicki Ray and Aron Kallay to Boston Court for an evening of new music.
“Exquisite. Every sound sounded considered, alive, worthy of our wonder.” - Mark Swed, LA Times
DuoFest's penultimate performance features Eva Soltes and friends in an evening of non-western dance.
Festival artists return and join together for the DuoFest Finale of Ludwig van, a multimedia presentation of Mauricio Kagel's rarely performed musical extravaganza.
Jennifer Leitham has shared the stage with Mel Torme’, Peggy Lee, Woody Herman, Benny Carter, and k.d. lang. She brings her trio to Boston Court for an evening of exceptional jazz.
Twenty-two year old violin vurtuoso Blake Pouliot joins Boston Court for an evening of classical music.
"Pouliot has the whole package… the look, charisma and talent.” - The Toronto Star
The New Zimro Ensemble features Neal Brostoff in a night of Polish chamber music from the 20th & 21st centuries.
The Los Angeles Jewish Symphony Chamber Players presents Klassics to Klezmer.
“An orchestra different from all other orchestras” - Los Angeles Times
The House in Scarsdale is the playwright's autobiographical story of desperately trying to uncover the truth about his f*cked-up family.