Music inspired by trains moves us to new places. Travel with Artistic Director Rachael Worby, soaring soprano Liv Redpath, dance groundbreakers BODYTRAFFIC, and the MUSE/IQUE orchestra in an exploration of these mechanical muses, and experience the glory of trains.
Featuring: Liv Redpath & BODYTRAFFIC
Conducted and Curated by: Rachael Worby
Presented by: East West Bank
Media Sponsor: KPCC
From the Transcontinental Railroad to our children’s favorite toys, the train has always been a catalyst for human inspiration and connection.
For centuries, these steam-powered stallions have inspired some of the most beloved and influential music and film in American history.
Travel with Artistic Director Rachael Worby, soaring soprano Liv Redpath, dance groundbreakers BODYTRAFFIC, and the MUSE/IQUE orchestra in an exploration of these mechanical muses, and experience the glory of trains.
This event will be held on the Library Lawn at The Huntington. Parking is available for free in the Huntington lot. Bring your own picnic creation or choose from elevated grab-and-go fare at The Huntington's wildly popular Cafe 1919, open exclusively to attendees.
Presenter / Producer: MUSE/IQUE
Music > Classical
Music > Adult Pop
Music > Jazz / Blues
Event Phone: 626-539-7085
1151 Oxford Rd
San Marino CA 91108
Pasadena / San Gabriel Valley
Performance Dates: 8/3/2019
Doors and dining open at 6pm
Music begins at 8pm
For tickets and event information, call us at 626-539-7085 or visit www.muse-ique.com.
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