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Good Vibrations: The Art of the Vibraphone
February 26, 2016

Tyler’s highly original sound reverberates in concert with Joe LaBarbera, Dan Lutz, and Larry Kounse.

Walkabout
February 27, 2016

A twenty-first century chamber music event featuring composers who have been inspired by their surroundings and locations.

Sizzling Hot in the City of Roses
March 03, 2016

Up and coming Jazz artists from the music school at Pasadena City College.

From Java to Pasadena: The Gamelan and the Avante Garde
March 04, 2016

Discover the contemporary side of the ancient gamelan in a concert of new music from Claremont College.

Covered Wagon Woman and The Santa Fe Songs
March 05, 2016

A semi-staged chamber music program of music by Alan Smith and Ned Rorem featuring vocalists and instrumentalists from the USC Thornton School of Music.

Pictures at Another Exhibition
March 11, 2016

A different look at musical portraiture that is not by Mussorgsky, but by Leo Brouwer.

Spontaneous Landscapes: Illuminating the Art in Music
March 18, 2016

J-Walt's real-time 3D movie animation wizardry melds with the sublime music that Thies and Krajacic have created in their highly acclaimed "Blue Landscapes" albums.

Romancing the Cello
March 19, 2016

A concert of Schumann cello masterworks including the A minor Cello Concerto arranged for string quartet.

Too Marvelous for Words
May 13, 2016

The unforgettable music and story of the Nat King Cole Trio.

Microfest: Slightly Irregular Tuning
May 14, 2016

Another adventure in microtonal music offered as part this quintessential Los Angeles festival.

Piano Spheres Satellite Artists Concert
May 20, 2016

The two blossoming new artists present a mixed program of classical and contemporary piano music.

Feeling the Beat with Chuck Johnson and Friends
May 21, 2016

Saxophonist Johnson’s hard-driving bebop style and soulful blues are an essential of the L.A. jazz scene.

Music of Sergei Taneyev and Jake Heggie
May 28, 2016

A rare performance of Taneyev’s quartet #6 with a staging of Heggie’s Camille Claudel: Into the Fire.

WORK: The Music of Christopher Rountree
June 03, 2016

A wild and wonderful evening featuring the music of wild Up founder Chris Rountree.

Music from the West Side
June 04, 2016

A glorious evening of chamber music presented by the premiere instrumental ensemble from UCLA.

New Music for a New Era
July 08, 2016

An evening of exciting premieres and new music especially commissioned by Vicki for Vicki.

Salsa is not necessarily sex!
July 09, 2016

The Bolivian chanteuse extraordinaire brings her Latin band and sensual movements to the Main Stage.

Altered States
July 15, 2016

An ear bending evening of musical offerings from one of L.A.’s most adventurous contemporary music organizations.

The Discovery Project: The Sky Remains
July 16, 2016

Exploring the past, present, and future of L.A. in music, video, and photo montages of famous places and people in the City of Angels.

A Musical Revue
July 22, 2016

A musical theater extravaganza from the golden age of Hollywood musicals including the original costumes used in the films.

The New Sounds of Armenia Rising
September 23, 2016

Sharing a love for their heritage, this exciting trio brings a fresh and contemporary perspective to the traditional music of their homeland. 

Fiddling around Los Angeles
September 24, 2016

This vibrant, young instrumental quintet reinvents American folk music with a dash of vocal pop and a splash of gypsy flair. 

Recomposing Mahler for the 21st Century
September 30, 2016

A fresh imagining of Mahler’s music as heard through the ears of composer Ben Phelps. 

California Dreaming
October 01, 2016

A concert utilizing the chamber sized version of one of Pasadena’s best musical institutions. 

The Martin Effect
October 07, 2016

The L.A. Phil’s pre-eminent keyboardist brings her latest provocative and eclectic program to the Branson. 

Life Stories
Cabaret Music of Schoenberg, Poulenc, Bolcom, Ades and Weil
October 08, 2016

The singer and pianist partner in an unusual staged program that redefines the Cabaret genre

The Naked Cello
October 21, 2016

The Russian virtuoso plays a brilliant solo program of unaccompanied works by Handel, Bach and Cassado. 

Mark on Mark
October 22, 2016

A celebratory birthday concert including virtuoso music composed by the virtuoso pianist himself.

[ ON STAGE NOW ]
Colony Collapse

Narrated by the ghost of a missing 15-year-old girl, and woven together by a chorus of parents of lost and missing children, Zadravec’s lyrical, edgy poetry explores the cost one family is willing to pay for a second chance. In an effort to get their lives on track, recovering addicts Mark and Julia have taken over an apple orchard in rural Oregon when their estranged son reappears in their lives. With little experience and a family in crisis, the couple quickly realizes they are in over their heads, yet they believe if they produce a viable crop, a new beginning is possible. Set against the contemporary plagues of meth addiction, missing children, and a failing ecology, Colony Collapse is equal parts Greek tragedy and American drama, illuminating a search for humanity in a world with little shelter from harm. 

February 11 - March 20, 2016
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