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SUNDAY! Brasil Brazil free jazz concert at Stewart Park, Santa Monica – Los Angeles jazz concert report

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Coming up this Sunday, August 30 2015, at the Stewart Street Park in Santa Monica, is a free concert that pairs Latin jazz vibes with the fresh Santa Monica breeze.
Bring your chair and a picnic basket.
Brasil Brazil will take the stage at 5PM.
Enjoy the summer with some

Rachmaninoff and Dvořák – at the Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles concert review


Tuesday Classics at the Hollywood Bowl continues this summer
Stunning Georgian pianist and Sony Classical recording artist Khatia Buniatishvili plays Rachmaninoff’s passionate Rhapsody. Dvořák’s celebrated “New World” Symphony concludes the program, which marks the U.S. debut of 25-year-old Israeli conductor Lahav Shani.
*Program, artists, dates and availability subject to change.*
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Muse ’til Midnight feat. Adrian Younge and Venice Dawn at LACMA – Los Angeles art dance party event report

"Muse ’til Midnight" 2014 Photo courtesy of LACMA.

Get ready for an arty party!!
Muse ’til Midnight brings hundreds of art-lovers together once every summer for the ultimate late-night at LACMA. This year’s party features the work of Southern Californian artist Noah Purifoy, with music throughout the night curated by ArtDontSleep.
The night begins at Chris Burden’s “Urban Light” hosted by and featuring

“Tom at the Farm” – Los Angeles film review


Made in 2013, but amazingly not receiving U.S. distribution until this month, Tom at the Farm is the fourth film by Canadian wunderkind Xavier Dolan, who made his first film at age 20 (I Killed My Mother) and was 23 when he co-scripted, directed and starred in this dark Hitchcockian thriller.
Dolan’s Tom is

Le Salon de Musiques – 2015/6 Season – Los Angeles classical music concert report

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“Some firm instinct, true and unerring, told SCHUBERT that he was capable, as no man before him, of fixing in music the cry, the emotion of the human heart.”
~ M. J. E. BROWN.
According to Francois Chouchan, Artistic Director of Le Salon de Musiques, their new season promises to offer the same high standard