Victoria Looseleaf - March 14, 2023

A multimedia performance and conversation at the Ebell Club honors the memory of the great dancer, who died in 2018.

Tom Jacobs - March 6, 2023

In Fragments, the acclaimed cellist asks audiences to abandon preconceived notions about contemporary compositions and concert culture.

Tom Jacobs - February 27, 2023

Music Director James Conlon devises a citywide celebration of the composer ahead of LA Opera’s production of Pelléas and Mélisande.

Lou Fancher - February 21, 2023

The tight-knight vocal ensemble that specializes in the music of Eastern Europe has been developing BABA with conductor Karmina Šilec.

Molly Colin - February 20, 2023

Brubeck’s The Gates of Justice, a 1969 piece very different from his up-tempo jazz standards, gets two performances in L.A. this month.

Tom Jacobs - February 13, 2023

Productions of Sunday in the Park With GeorgeA Little Night Music, and more feature on the Pasadena Playhouse’s schedule.

Lily O'Brien - February 13, 2023

This year’s PIVOT Festival will showcase the music of Black and women composers, works that haven’t been recorded until now.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 13, 2023

Cast and crew are gearing up for the world premiere of Kate Soper’s The Romance of the Rose, inspired by a 13th-century poem.

Molly Colin - January 31, 2023

The company is transforming Z Space into a snowy mountain landscape that will drop audiences directly into Joby Talbot and Gene Scheer’s story.

Jeff Kaliss - January 27, 2023

Rembetiko, a gritty tradition of song and dance engendered by a nearly forgotten war, is celebrated by the Greek Chamber Music Project.