Night of 100 Solos, the Largest Cunningham Event Ever Staged, Will Take Place on Three International Stages—Royce Hall (Los Angeles), the Barbican (London) and BAM (New York City)—on the Late Artist’s 100th Birthday
The Berresford Prize is a new $25,000 award to be given annually to a cultural practitioner who has contributed signifcantly to the advancement, wellbeing, and care of artists in society.
CAP UCLA audiences can expect a performance steeped in Ireland's traditions but delivered with modern hues of jazz, contemporary classical and even experimental.
Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Caetano Veloso will be joined by his three sons Moreno, Zeca, and Tom Veloso, at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown LA for a family celebration and performance in Ofertório.
West Coast Premiere, Performance created by Lars Jan / Early Morning Opera
A master at his own musical language, audiences at Nano Stern’s Los Angeles debut at The Theatre at Ace Hotel can expect a sound that blends his youthful expression of the folk music of Chile with his dedication to the traditional and indigenous music of Latin America and Classical training.
Considered a key figure in the Indian and world music landscape, Zakir Hussain returns to Royce Hall.
Both Fonseca and Diawara are masters of their craft and together, Diawara’s husky yet smooth vocals followed by Fonseca’s jazz genius create a remarkable evening as they each perform separately with their individual bands.
Hip-hop dance sensations and MAI co-founders Jon Boogz and Lil Buck bring their joint project Love Heals All Wounds to Los Angeles where dynamic street dance choreography takes center stage for the evening. Tickets now on sale!
For their Theatre at Ace Hotel debut, Lettuce will be joined by renowned guitarist John Scofield.
One of the preeminent dance companies today, Batsheva Dance Company returns to Royce Hall with a new evening-length work by the virtuosic choreographer, Ohad Naharin.
A rule-breaker, one of the foremost photographers of her generation, Carrie Mae Weems is a contemporary artist whose work insists on the worth of black women.
If voice had the power to be limitless, Meredith Monk has explored its great depths. Hailed as a pioneer in extended vocal technique, Monk’s newest work, Cellular Songs, is the latest in her series of music theater pieces that explore our interdependent relationship with nature.
Special guests Big Freedia, adding an extra bounce and, joining for a first-time collaboration, Macy Gray brings her unshakable grasp on soul to this LA engagement.
Ward and Jackson are two of America’s most vital contemporary writers and together as part of the Words & Ideas series, discuss the intersection of their life experiences and how it relates to their work. Ward and Jackson are sure to deliver a highly engaging, fascinating conversation.
A sensation and one of the undisputed hits of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, MOUTHPIECE follows the journey of one woman for the duration of a day as she struggles to find her voice after her mother’s death.
The French choreographer Jérôme Bel creates provocative pieces that challenge the audience’s thinking of what they are meant to experience with dance.
Viet Nguyen, a Pulitzer Prize winner for his debut novel The Sympathizer, and Luis Alberto Urrea, a Pulitzer finalist and author of sixteen books, come together to share insights on the immigrant/refugee perspective in America, bicultural identity, and what it means to be an American.
With Wild Up featuring Andrew Norman and Caroline Shaw
A Work by Dimitris Papaioannou, U.S. Premiere