MAY 11 - JUNE 11, 2017
NEXT TO NORMAL
Music by Tom Kitt
Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
One of the most powerful stage experiences of recent years, NEXT TO NOMRAL is about the seemingly picture perfect Goodman family. However, Diana, the mother, is a little too happy. Her husband Dan constantly worries. Her daughter Natalie is awfully intent on getting that scholarship to Yale. And her son Gabe, well…
This Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning rock musical is a heartbreaking, humorous and unflinchingly authentic look at a suburban family struggling with the effects bipolar disorder.
Set to a pulsating rock score by Tom Kitt (AMERICAN IDIOT) with a powerhouse female lead at its core, NEXT TO NORMAL will leave you breathless.
Generous support for this production is provided by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Endowment for East West Players.
For more information, visit http://www.eastwestplayers.org/news/next-to-normal/.
MAY 11 - JUNE 11, 2017
Purchase Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/amusia-world-premier-southern-california-tickets-27262514916?aff=erelpanelorg
Dress is casual - However keep in mind, a professional photographer
will be taking photos on the red carpet upon entry into the screening room.
4:30 - 5:30 : (OPTIONAL) Happy Hour Drinks @ Marie Callenders
- Located directly next to the SAG AFTRA Building
5:30 - 6:30 : Guest Arrival, Check-In, & Red Carpet
6:30 - 8:00 : Presentation, Screening, & Cast/Crew Q&A
8:00 - 9:00 : Reception / Photography
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is an onsite parking lot off of Curson Avenue -
($2.65 every minute, $21.20 Daily Max)
FREE Street Parking is available ALL day on Sundays
Vardan Ovsepian - piano
Daphne Chen – violin/theremin
Ben Powell – violin
Yu-Ting Wu - violin
Luis Mascaro – violin
Tylana Renga – violin
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson – viola
Hillary Smith – cello
April Guthrie – cello
Chris Votek – cello
Eric Sittner – bass
Gavin Salmon – drums
Gene Coye - drums
John Debney in Concert at CSUN Studio Ensemble Showcase
Oscar nominated and prolific film composer John Debney will be the guest of the Media Composition Studio Ensemble at the VPAC on Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 7:30 pm. He will conduct his music from recent films, Passion of the Christ, Iron Man 2 and Jungle Book, with choir and studio orchestra.
The Studio Ensemble, a group dedicated to workshopping and performing commercial music arranged and performed by students, will be on the concert as well.
To purchase tickets, please call the VPAC ticket office at 818.677.3000
"HUMAN is a multimedia chamber opera designed in vignettes focusing on loss and human attachment to life, feelings, and physical senses. These psychological ordeals are told in stories of operatic theater utilizing styles of hip-hop, RnB, metal, classical, atonal, and experimental music. Accompanied by projected video design to show truthful perspectives, we come face to face with our biggest adversaries: regret, control, and ourselves."
The Whyman Project is a unique collaboration of four string players and a pianist, with a bass and drums thrown into the mix on occasion. Each accomplished in their own right, these musicians are based in Los Angeles and came together to play original music and arrangements by Ryan Whyman. Crossing genres between classical, jazz, pop, rock, and film music, Ryan brings his own unique twist to everything, redefining and expanding the piano quintet and jazz genres. The Whyman Project has performed at coffee shops, weddings, fundraisers, and recital halls around Los Angeles and Orange County, always to an enthusiastic audience. The ensemble features the fine musicianship of Yu-Ting Wu, Shawn Cai, Brandon Encinas, Billy Tobenkin, Ryan Whyman, Rodrigo Moreno, and Michael Enriquez. $15 cover at the door
The Whyman Project is a unique collaboration of four string players and a pianist, with a bass and drums thrown into the mix on occasion. Each accomplished in their own right, these musicians are based in Los Angeles and came together to play original music and arrangements by Ryan Whyman. Crossing genres between classical, jazz, pop, rock, and film music, Ryan brings his own unique twist to everything, redefining and expanding the piano quintet and jazz genres. The Whyman Project has performed at coffee shops, weddings, fundraisers, and recital halls around Los Angeles and Orange County, always to an enthusiastic audience. Free-will donation.
Yu-Ting will be joining Westlake Village Symphony Orchestra for their Christmas Concert
"Song of the Universal" by Ola Gjeilo with Vox Femina Los Angeles and Mira Costa Advanced Women's Chorale.
WIN (Waraynon Initiative Network) will be joining the stage with Dia Frampton and the finalists of Kollaboration Star.
Come join us again at The Piano Bar~
Join us at the MiMoDa~
Piano: Michael Cooper
Violin: Yu-Ting Wu
Viola: Marta Honer
Cello: Aniela Perry
More info to come!
Brother, Sister is back with a couple of new tunes and a show at Chinatown Summer Nights performing outside art galleries on Chung King Road.
It should be an awesome night of music and art viewing. It's FREE and we'd love to see you.
The band features:
Bobby Halvørson - vox and guitar
Laura Jean Anderson - vox, bass, guitar
Yu-Ting Wu - violin
Lauren Elizabeth Baba - viola/violin
Aniela Marie Perry - cello
Ryan Glass - winds
Jillian Risigari-Gai - harp
The First installment of a new music collective night at the celestial Moryork Gallery in Highland Park! Friends and lovers, aliens and survivalists , all welcome to come and enjoy the sounds of Nicky Corbett, Scrote and the Double Bari Sax Attack, Josh Lopez, Isaiah Gage, and Hooded Eyes. Music starts promptly at 7pm
Nicky Corbett: 7-730ish
Scrote and The Double Bari Sax Attack: 7:30ish-8ish
Josh Lopez: 8ish-830ish
Isaiah Gage: 8:30ish-9ish
Hooded Eyes: 9ish to Close!
Waraynon Initiative Network will be holding its 2nd benefit summer concert. This year's concert is about upliftment and hope after the recent visit of Pope Francis. Tickets for this gala show is priced at $35, $40 and $100 (with preferred seating).
Waraynon Initiative Network will be holding its 2nd benefit summer concert! This year's concert is about upliftment and hope after the recent visit of Pope Francis. Matinee show at 3pm. Tickets are priced at $30 and $35