Join us for a unique afternoon featuring artists from Japan as they play the three-stringed Japanese lute, or shamisen, one of the key instruments in Japanese traditional music.
Legendary dancer, director and choreographer Gene Kelly brought astonishing grace and athleticism to the movies. His engaging onscreen personality is so accessible we feel like we know him. In fact, we know very little.
It is that time of year again, and Sister is preparing her classroom for another long year of Catechism.
James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash captures the essence of the Man in Black.
Robin Spielberg is one of America’s most beloved pianist/composers with an impressive tour schedule and hundreds of thousands of recordings sold.
Staff and students of Asano Taiko US and Los Angeles Taiko Institute (LATI) present contemporary and traditionally inspired taiko repertoire in their end-of-year recital. Performances are interspersed with explanations of the roots and context of taiko and commentary on the challenges and joys of learning Japanese drums.
Kugelplex is one of the West Coast’s purveyors of klezmer and Old World music. Since 2001, the group has performed its soulful music at concerts, festivals and Jewish lifecycle events throughout the United States.
Three women. Three short true tales of adventure and courage. Each story has been a one-woman show in the past. “Divas in Danger” emphasizes change and unstoppable courage, expressed with humor and drama.
Masters of Soul celebrates the legendary songs and performers that defined Motown and soul music.
The Caribbean island of Cuba has influenced development of multiple musical styles in the 19th and 20th centuries. Cuban music includes classical pieces, some with predominantly European influences, and much of it inspired by both Afro-Cuban and Spanish music.