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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

Review: Christian McBride and The Roots make it Philly Night at the Hollywood Bowl

2020-02-14T21:29:12+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

This week, it was Philly night at the Hollywood Bowl when Christian McBride and The Roots shared the stage. The two have been performing together since their youth in Philadelphia, where McBride and The Roots founders, Questlove and Black Thought, were

Review: Herbie Hancock and Special Guests Mesmerize the Hollywood Bowl

2020-02-14T21:29:40+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

The Hollywood Bowl's Jazz at the Bowl series this week featured a show entitled Herbie Hancock: Next Generation. It was both a highlight reel of Hancock's amazing career and a showcase for the next generation of artists guided by one of

Review: The Nonsemble presents [Up]Rising: an Afro-Future Jazz Her-Story

2020-02-14T21:30:07+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

What a wonderful night of art, culture, history, sound and soul at the beautiful and newly remodeled, open air Ford amphitheater nestled in the Hollywood Hills on Sunday, August 11th! Don Cheadle; photo by Gennia Cui, courtesy of John Anson Ford Theatres

Review: The Hollywood Bowl, Buddy Guy, Jimmie Vaughan, and Charlie Musselwhite

2020-02-14T21:30:20+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

The great blues guitarist Albert King said, "If you don't dig the blues you got a hole in your soul" and I would have to agree with him after this week's triple-threat blues bill at the Hollywood Bowl featuring the revered

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