An adventurous program of revered and audacious works from the past and present. Works by Rossi, Ligeti, Kraft and Montague.
Modern feminist troubadour, Cris Williamson’s original songs surrounding her favorite people and places. The perfect Valentine’s concert.
Guitar, mandolin and violin trio are featured in this fresh, new approach to traditional gypsy music and contemporary jazz.
Emmy-winner Stephen Cohn and friends demonstrate migrating tonalities in works by Debussy, Part, Glass, Poulenc, and Messiaen.
A concert celebrating the artistry of 1950’s female jazz icons, Anita O’Day, June Christy, Julie London, and Chirs Connor.
Virtuoso violinist, Armen Anassian evokes the heart of Armenia with music by Komitas, Khatchaturian, Babajanian, and Bagdasarian.
Compositions from the younger generation of Los Angeles minimalist composers. The latest and greatest from the What’s Next? catalogue.
The inimitable Mr. Robson brings us a joyful survey of Bach arranged by Liszt, Busoni, Siloti, Grainger and himself.
Stacy returns in a gorgeous evening of songs by Ellington, Gershwin, Miles Davis, Sondheim, Porter, and Laura Nyro.
A rarely performed, masterpiece Glass conceived without a fixed plot or words. Presented as part of the LA Philharmonic Minimalist Festival.
USC graduate students in vocal performance, writing, and composition join forces in creating another songbook of brilliant world premieres.
An exceptional concert featuring James Tenney’s “Koan for String Quartet” and Luigi Nono’s “Fragmente-Stille: An Diotima”
Newly commissioned works from Angelino favorites, Steven Stucky, and Joseph Pereira (timpanist with the LA Phil).
Grant makes his singing debut at the Branson in a self-accompanied vocal quartet that brings the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale to life.
A rare duo performance featuring sophisticated and elegant music from two of Southern California’s most outstanding harpists.
Drummer/Composer Matt Slocum and his superb jazz quartet play music inspired by Native American leader, Black Elk.
A feast for the ears and eyes, matching music with stunning visual elements designed to accompany each composition.
Two for the price of once as Bill and Alison create a mash up of Gershwin, Milhuad and their own jazzical improvisations.
A vocal program about the pleasures of dining including the cantata “Clean Plates Don’t Lie,” inspired by renowned chef Dan Barber.
French virtuoso Apap brings his European sensibility to a concert of classical, folk, and down home fiddle music.
January 16 - February 23, 2014
An NNPN Rolling World Premiere
Se Llama Cristina
by Octavio Solis, directed by Robert Castro
April 3 - May 11, 2014
A World Premiere Co-Production with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
Everything You Touch
by Sheila Callaghan, directed by Jessica Kubzansky
June 19 - July 27, 2014
A West Coast Premiere Co-Production with Circle X Theatre Company
Stupid Fucking Bird
by Aaron Posner, directed by Michael Michetti
September 4 - October 12, 2014
by Samuel Beckett, directed by Andrei Belgrader