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Long Beach Symphony - Long Beach - Presents:
Beethoven's Eroica

Saturday, 2/2/2019

Eckart Preu, Conductor BOULOGNE Overture to L’amant anonyme HAYDN Symphony No. 85, B-flat major, La Reine BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3, op. 55, E-flat major, Eroica

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Pomona College Department of Music - Claremont - Presents:
All-Bach Organ Recital with William Peterson

Sunday, 2/3/2019

Organist William Peterson performs the music of J.S. Bach. Peterson, Pomona College Emeritus Organist has offered recitals across the United States, presenting programs from all-Bach to French and Belgian organ music of the 19th and early 20th centuries. He will perform on Pomona College’s Hill Memorial Organ.

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The Colburn School - Los Angeles - Presents:
Faculty Recital: David Young

Sunday, 2/3/2019

Community School bass faculty member David Young presents this special performance with his colleagues and friends.

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Jacarandamusic - Santa Monica - Presents:
Premonition 1

Sunday, 2/3/2019

Three quartets will foreshadow the Mahler Sixth Symphony – from the future.

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Jacarandamusic - Santa Monica - Presents:
Premonition 2

Sunday, 2/3/2019

Gustav Mahler’s compelling Sixth Symphony – like the sprawling Seventh, one of his lesser known – is subtitled “Tragic.” Given his public struggles with anti-Semitism, some think the 1904 symphony sees into the calamitous future –– a premonition

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USC Thornton School of Music - Los Angeles - Presents:
Jazz Night: ALAJE

Monday, 2/4/2019

ALAJE, the USC Thornton Afro-Latin American Jazz Ensemble led by Aaron Serfaty, headlines this ongoing series featuring USC Thornton student jazz ensembles.

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Geffen Playhouse - Los Angeles - Presents:
Lights Out: Nat "King" Cole

2/5/2019 - 3/10/2019 (next performance: Tuesday, 2/5/2019)

Reprising their roles from a sold-out run at People’s Light & Theater in Philadelphia, Emmy Award nominee Dulé Hill (West Wing Psych Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk) as Nat “King” Cole and Hamilton star Daniel J. Watts as Sammy Davis Jr. bring life to a play the Philadelphia Inquirer called “profound, ambitious, wide-ranging and dreamlike.” Like Cole himself, Lights Out promises to be “Unforgettable.”

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The Wallis - Beverly Hills - Presents:
West Coast premiere of WITNESS UGANDA

2/5/2019 - 2/23/2019 (next performance: Tuesday, 2/5/2019)

WEST COAST PREMIERE of The Wallis’ Production of WITNESS UGANDA A DOCUMENTARY MUSICAL by Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews Directed by Griffin Matthews Twelve-Time Grammy Nominee Ledisi, Jamar Williams, Amber Iman and Emma Hunton Star in Groundbreaking Production Documenting the Story of a Man Battling to Find his Place in a World Full of Injustice and Inhumanity

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The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Beverly Hills - Presents:
Witness Uganda

2/5/2019 - 2/23/2019 (next performance: Tuesday, 2/5/2019)

The Wallis Production of WITNESS UGANDA A DOCUMENTARY MUSICAL By Matt Gould & Griffin Matthews Devastated when his New York City church kicks him out for being gay, Griffin escapes across the world to volunteer in a small village.

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Segerstrom Center for the Arts - Costa Mesa - Presents:
Come From Away

2/5/2019 - 2/17/2019 (next performance: Tuesday, 2/5/2019)

On 9/11, the world stopped. On 9/12, their stories moved us all. This New York Times Critics’ Pick takes you into the heart of the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed them. Cultures clashed and nerves ran high, but uneasiness turned into trust, music soared into the night, and gratitude grew into enduring friendships.

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The Geffen Playhouse - Los Angeles - Presents:
Julia Sweeney: Older & Wiser

2/5/2019 - 2/10/2019 (next performance: Tuesday, 2/5/2019)

Limited Comedy Engagement - Now Extended! February 5 - February 17, 2019 Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse Saturday Night Live alumn Julia Sweeney jumps back into comedy after a 10 year hiatus raising her daughter in suburban Chicago and she’s got quite the story to tell.

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McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts - Palm Desert - Presents:
Russian National Ballet Swan Lake

Tuesday, 2/5/2019

One of the world’s most loved ballets, Swan Lake, performed to Tchaikovsky’s iconic score, will be performed by the Russian National Ballet. This outstanding company has been bringing timeless ballet classics to the stages of North America since 1999.

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D+EM (DESIGN + EMERGENT MEDIA) - Irvine - Presents:
Your Ocean, My Ocean

2/6/2019 - 2/10/2019 (next performance: Wednesday, 2/6/2019)

An intermedia production responding to the natural beauty of oceans and coastlines, and expressing feelings of loss, disorientation, outrage and despair that arise from witnessing detrimental human impacts on ocean ecosystems, including habitat destruction, overfishing, and pollution.

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Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels - Los Angeles - Presents:
Organ Recital at the Cathedral - Free

2/6/2019 - 1/8/2020 (next performance: Wednesday, 2/6/2019)

Experience organists from around the Archdiocese, as they play on the Cathedral's acclaimed forty-two ton organ, which has the power to make the Cathedral vibrate, enabling the assembly to not only hear the music, but also feel it, making the experience all the more powerful, emotionally, as well as physically. Check Cathedral website to confirm performances

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UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music - Los Angeles - Presents:
UCLA Wind Ensemble

Wednesday, 2/6/2019

The UCLA Wind Ensemble performs Percy Aldridge Grainger’s Molly on the Shore and Lincolnshire Posy, as well as Eric Whitacre’s October.

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