Sampling LA's Hot, Young Minimalists
April 26, 2014

What's Next? teams up with special guest pianist and Grammy nominee Vicki Ray in a program exploring multiple generations of minimalist composers, including Los Angeles native and Bang on a Can founder David Lang's rarely heard Child, as well as the stark 1-bit electronic minimalism of Tristan Perich.

BACH-a-Nalia: A Feast of Bach Penned by Other Composers
May 02, 2014

The inimitable Mr. Robson brings us a joyful survey of Bach arranged by Liszt, Busoni, Siloti, Grainger and himself.

Songs in Blue: A Celebration of the Great American Songbook
May 03, 2014

Stacy returns in a gorgeous evening of songs by Ellington, Gershwin, Miles Davis, Sondheim, Porter, and Laura Nyro.

LA Philharmonic Minimalist Jukebox Festival
May 04, 2014

A rarely performed, masterpiece Glass conceived without a fixed plot or words.  Presented as part of the LA Philharmonic Minimalist Jukebox Festival.

The New and the Newer...the sequel
May 09, 2014

USC graduate students in vocal performance, writing, and composition join forces in creating another songbook of brilliant world premieres.

Re-Examining Tenney and Nono
May 10, 2014

An exceptional concert featuring James Tenney’s “Koan for String Quartet” and Luigi Nono’s “Fragmente-Stille: An Diotima”

Just Born in LA: The Newest Works of Stucky and Pereira
July 11, 2014

Newly commissioned works from Angelino favorites, Steven Stucky, and Joseph Pereira (timpanist with the LA Phil).

wild Up
Shaking up the World
July 19, 2014

Conductor Christopher Rountree brings the exciting modern music collective wild Up to Boston Court for a thought provoking concert of new music designed as the catalyst for shared community experiences.

All Strung Up: The Dueling Harps of Ellie Choate and Paul Baker
July 25, 2014

A rare duo performance featuring sophisticated and elegant music from two of Southern California’s most outstanding harpists.

Black Elks Dream
July 26, 2014

Drummer/Composer Matt Slocum and his superb jazz quartet play music inspired by Native American leader, Black Elk.

Visualizing the Contemporary Piano
September 19, 2014

A feast for the ears and eyes, matching music with stunning visual elements designed to accompany each composition.

Little Matchgirl Passion and Other Musical Intimacies
September 20, 2014

Grant makes his singing debut at the Branson in a self-accompanied vocal quartet that brings the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale to life. 

Four Hands/One Piano:
Crossing over from Classical to Jazz
September 27, 2014

Two for the price of once as Bill and Alison create a mash up of Gershwin, Milhuad and their own jazzical improvisations.

Concert a la Carte:
The best of Vocal Dining Music
October 03, 2014

A vocal program about the pleasures of dining including the cantata “Clean Plates Don’t Lie,” inspired by renowned chef Dan Barber.

The Naked Violin
An "A Capella" Program from Classic Bach to Classic Fiddling
October 04, 2014

French virtuoso Apap brings his European sensibility to  a concert of classical, folk, and down home fiddle music.

Everything You Touch

Victor is a ruthless fashion designer in the 1970s at the top of his game. Esme, his glamorous protégé and muse, is pushed aside when an ordinary Midwestern woman inspires Victor to make his artistry accessible to the masses. A generation later, a woman grappling with a healthy dose of self-loathing must wrestle her own family demons to find her way through the world of fashion that won’t give a woman her size a second look. Skipping back and forth in time, Everything You Touch is a viciously funny look at the struggle to find an identity that's more than skin deep.

April 02 - May 10, 2014
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