One of the most respected MCs in any language, Ana Tijoux is burning up the charts with her brand new record La Bala (the bullet), the follow up to her Grammy-nominated album, 1977.
From its formation in 1971, ILLAPU - “Lightning” in Quechua, an indigenous language of the Andes – has maintained an ascending rhythm in the creation of a project that is singularly aesthetic, innovative, experimental, always expanding, and, finally, beautifully conceived. ILLAPU is a mixture of musical fusion that has become, through the years, an aesthetic musical proposal as well as a dream, inspiring new generations of listeners.
LA Phil Music 101 is the LA Phil's first set of music appreciation courses designed for all LA Phil audiences, from those who know very little about classical music and its history, to those who are more familiar.
Choose one or both sessions (I or II), each of which explores a variety of topics illustrated with musical examples from the LA Phil 2013/14 season, plus vibrant visuals and a lively Q&A. Join us for a look inside the history and music that creates the LA Phil season.
Join us for LA Phil Music 101, our second set of music appreciation courses designed for all LA Phil audiences, from those who know very little about classical music and its history, to those who are more familiar. Alan Chapman is back with new topics help expand your knowledge of classical music.
Jane has performed at theaters across the country including: Reprise, The Geffen Playhouse, A Noise Within, Theatre at Boston Court, Milwaukee Repertory, Pacific Resident Theatre, Theatreworks, and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Previous credits include: the world premiere of Lend Me a Tenor, the Musical (Maggie), Carousel (Carrie), for which she received an Ovation nomination, Merchant of Venice (Portia), As You Like It (Rosalind), and A Christmas Carol with Christopher Lloyd and John Goodman (Ghost of Christmas Past).