Victoria Looseleaf - February 12, 2024

The Compañía Nacional de Danza arrives in L.A. with a blend of classical, contemporary, and mambo.

Lily O'Brien - February 11, 2024

Tenor Edward Graves, a former Adler Fellow, talks about playing the Duke of Mantua for the first time.

Yoshi Kato - February 6, 2024

By expanding the boundaries of how sacred spaces are used, the historic institution serves not just congregants but the whole community.

Aimée Ts'ao - February 6, 2024

Tamara Rojo’s next program for the company draws on her time in England and makes some surprising connections with the Bay Area.

Lou Fancher - January 29, 2024

Dancer Charya Burt, musician Paul Dresher, and an international creative team explore the relationship between art, war, and mythology.

Aimée Ts'ao - January 29, 2024

The choreographer’s company is gearing up for a pair of multimedia world premieres on this foundational theme.

Jeff Kaliss - January 16, 2024

The Bay Area’s Greek Music Chamber Project is going beyond Theodorakis’s famous film scores in a radically minded concert this month.

Tom Jacobs - January 15, 2024

At Disney Hall, a production of Wagner’s Das Rheingold features scenic design by the architect of the iconic L.A. venue.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 8, 2024

To demonstrate community resilience, Jacques Heim’s daredevil dance troupe Diavolo takes The Soraya’s stage.

Tom Jacobs - January 8, 2024

Christopher Nolan’s latest film examines the line between beauty and terror in both its story and soundtrack.