Every Tuesday, the ensemble welcomes world-class musicians and online viewers to engage in a spirited, interactive Happy Hour.
The orchestra’s dynamic, varied online offerings are headed by its omnivorous new music director.
Sarah Crowell and Adia Tamar Whitaker co-curate a dance festival contemplating “a radically imagined Black future.”
Fifteen films showcase brand-new works by a global network of dancers, filmmakers, choreographers, and composers.
Jake Broder’s UnRavelled explores the relationship of creativity and dementia via the landmark composition and the painting it inspired.
Clarinetist Anthony and flutist Demarre host a festival of underrepresented voices for the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.
This year’s cohorts are featured in upcoming concerts with the LA Chamber Orchestra and with young musicians from Kaufman Music Center.
The collaborative song cycle melding prison choirs, professional musicians, and cinematographers in a mashup of Fidelio, Black composers, and more streams this month.
2021’s Best of the Festival celebrates dance-film premieres from all corners of the world.
The bicoastal dance company premieres a new work Jan. 29–30.