Jul
10
Thu
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Alpha Anabuki Hall
Jul 10 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Alpha Anabuki Hall | Takamatsu | Kagawa | Japan

Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tours country wide in Japan, performing classical orchestral works. Sponsored by Panasonic.

Jul
11
Fri
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Tsurumi Cultural Center Salvia Hall
Jul 11 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Tsurumi Cultural Center Salvia Hall | Yokohama | Kanagawa | Japan

Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tours country wide in Japan, performing classical orchestral works. Sponsored by Panasonic.

Jul
12
Sat
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Sendai Ikuei School
Jul 12 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Sendai Ikuei School | Sendai | Miyagi | Japan

An education event for high school students as part of Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tour. Sponsored by Panasonic.

Jul
16
Wed
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Acros Fukuoka Symphony Hall
Jul 16 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Acros Fukuoka Symphony Hall | Fukuoka | Fukuoka | Japan

Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tours country wide in Japan, performing classical orchestral works. Sponsored by Panasonic.

Jul
19
Sat
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Biwako Hall
Jul 19 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Biwako Hall | Otsu | Shiga | Japan

Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tours country wide in Japan, performing classical orchestral works. Sponsored by Panasonic.

Jul
23
Wed
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Itochu
Jul 23 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Itochu | Otsu | Shiga | Japan

Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tours country wide in Japan, performing classical orchestral works. Sponsored by Panasonic.

Jul
26
Sat
New York Symphonic Ensemble – Japan Tour @ Hitachi Systems Hall Sendai
Jul 26 all-day
New York Symphonic Ensemble - Japan Tour @ Hitachi Systems Hall Sendai | Ginowan | Okinawa | Japan

Japan’s New York Symphonic Ensemble tours country wide in Japan, performing classical orchestral works. Sponsored by Panasonic.

May
21
Mon
Meredith Monk and ​Julius Eastman: A New Archaeology @ Zipper Hall at The Colburn School
May 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Meredith Monk and ​Julius Eastman:  A New Archaeology @ Zipper Hall at The Colburn School | Los Angeles | California | United States

For the finale concert of Monday Evening Concert‘s 79th season, we offer a pairing of rarely performed works by the American mavericks Meredith Monk and Julius Eastman. Eastman’s Femenine was described by the New York Times as “a longing, tender, grandly unruffled 70-minute masterpiece that takes its place at the pinnacle of the Eastman works that have survived,” and Monk’s storied career as a vocalist, composer, dancer, choreographer and filmmaker has influenced luminaries from Bruce Nauman to Jean-Luc Godard. The towering pianists Ursula Oppens and Gloria Cheng join us to present selections from Monk’s solo and duo piano catalogue. Eastman and Monk, who were colleagues in real life, are reunited in spirit in our season finale.

May
30
Thu
The Wallis presents Forward Music Project @ Lovelace Studio Theater
May 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

NATIONAL SAWDUST @ THE WALLIS – May 30-31, 2019
“The startlingly visceral cellist Amanda Gookin performs stylistically contrasting commissions by seven female composers that explore a range of issues facing women today, from the LGBTQ+ to reproductive rights, sexual violence and empowerment.”

Program includes Nathalie Joachim’s Dam Mwen Yo for cello and field recordings. Additional composers include Angélica Negrón, Leila Adu, Jessica Meyer, Allison Loggins-Hull, Amanda Feery, Morgan Krauss

Sep
26
Sat
Solidarity for Sanctuary with Omar Apollo @ The Ford LA (Virtual Event)
Sep 26 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Don’t miss Solidarity for Sanctuary! Learn how to harness your voice in the fight for justice. This Ford Digital Festival brings together artists and public figures in music and activism to elevate the conversation around voting, immigration, and Black and Brown solidarity.

The program will feature a new arrangement by Nathalie Joachim of an unreleased song by Omar Apollo, featuring members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.