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Review: LA Opera’s 2021 production of “Cinderella” (“La Cenerentola”)

2021-11-26T20:07:11+00:00By |Music, Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

Opening night was exciting from the moment I walked up the stairs of the Music Center and continued as I entered the plaza level. I could feel the excitement and magic in the air as many theatergoers including myself were back

Review: LA Opera’s Production of Richard Wagner’s “Tannhäuser”

2021-10-20T18:26:32+00:00By |Music, Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

An enthusiastic vaccinated and masked audience welcomed opening night of the LA Opera’s original production of Richard Wagner’s “Tannhäuser” conducted by James Conlon with tenor Issachach Savage in the leading role. Yulia Matochkina as Venus and Issachah Savage as Tannhauser

Review: Ziggy Marley and The Wailing Souls Serve Up the Goods at Reggae Night XIX

2021-08-04T02:53:34+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

For almost 20 years, KCRW and the Hollywood Bowl have turned the Bowl green, gold and red while providing a haven for reggae fans to gather, dance and listen to the biggest and best names in the business. The Hollywood Bowl lights

Review: Eurydice at LA Opera at the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion

2020-02-17T07:04:31+00:00By |Music, Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

LA Opera presented the world premier of Eurydice, collaboration between composer Matthew Aucoin and Sarah Ruhl who wrote the libretto based on her acclaimed 2003 play. The work reimagines the classic Orpheus myth into a contemporary vision perceived from the heroine's

Dark Side of the Dome at Wisdome Los Angeles Regenerates a Classic Album

2020-02-14T21:26:38+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

Rock bands and albums come and go, but, without doubt, one of the most iconic rock albums of all time is Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. Released in 1973, the album highlights the band at its creative peak with

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