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Performed by AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
One of the world’s great dance companies, American Ballet Theatre (ABT) has built a repertoire unmatched by any other company. On its 11th visit to The Music Center, ABT will perform three performances of the classic 19th century ballet, La Bayadère, highlighting its stellar roster of international ballet stars.
Fall under the spell of the bewitching story of eternal love, mystery, fate and justice set in the high courts of Royal India. La Bayadère portrays the love story of the temple dancer Nikiya, her lover Solor and the vengeance that keeps them apart. With gilded set designs and lavish costumes that conjure up exotic locales, La Bayadère unveils a world of noble warriors, royal deceit and beautiful dancers.
Experience one of the most mesmerizing classical performances in all of ballet.
Stephen Karam’s The Humans is an uproarious, hopeful, and heartbreaking play that takes place over the course of a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his Pennsylvania family to celebrate and give thanks at his daughter’s apartment in Lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the ramshackle pre-war duplex and eerie things start to go bump in the night, the Blake clan’s deepest fears and greatest follies are laid bare. Our modern age of anxiety is keenly observed, with humor and compassion, in this new American classic that won the 2016 Tony Award® for Best Play.
Dance DTLA is back for its 14th season of dancing under the stars. Head downtown on Friday nights from June 22 through September 7 and move to the sounds of summer. Featuring Dance Downtown (7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.), open-air dancing in the park with beginner dance lessons alongside a live band or DJ, and alternating DJ Nights (9:00 p.m. – midnight), curated by influential artists who give voice to a dynamic, vibrant, socially conscious L.A. culture.
The Music Center’s Moves After Dark™ returns for a third season, featuring world premieres from three female-led, Los Angeles-based contemporary dance companies that will provide compelling and inventive performances in a variety of non-traditional performance spaces around The Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Held on nights when The Music Center theatres are typically “dark,” or not in use, Moves After Dark asks audiences to travel to where the dancers are performing and select their own vantage point. Audiences will be guided in rotating groups, watching separate performances simultaneously.
SLEEP takes the listener on an overnight eight-hour musical journey that pushes the boundaries of post-minimalism and the interplay of music and consciousness. Scored for piano, strings, electronics and vocals, Richter’s piece is an exquisite hybrid of classical and electronic music across 31 uninterrupted pieces. Performed live by Max Richter on piano and keyboard along with the musicians on the 2015 Deutsche Grammophon recording of the work, American Contemporary Music Ensemble, and soprano Grace Davidson, SLEEP invites listeners to fall asleep and drift in and out of consciousness and lucid dream states, entering into another world through the act of slumbering. The absorbing soundscape culminates as dawn breaks and sunlight streams over City Hall and into Grand Park, awakening the audience to a new day. “A personal lullaby for a frenetic world” and “A manifesto for a slower pace of existence.” – Max Richter “…music [is] at times so soft and trance-inducing that you can’t help but slip into a relaxed state.” The Wall Street Journal
In partnership with Fulcrum Arts, this special Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours celebrates the relationship of science and art, reimagining the role of artist as the scientist and transforming The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in powerful new ways. Explore the intersection of science and art, as this distinct Sleepless connects the two disciplines in a dynamic evening featuring exhibitions, performance art, live music performances, DJ sets, installations and more. Stay up and discover the art of science.
Featuring: Harvey Pittel, Saxophone - Alyson Stoner, Dancer
Witness fresh new innovative choreography
to the ground-breaking “Rite of Spring” as reimagined by Maestro Victor Vener and Alyson Stoner in her street hip-hop style!Experience the dazzling and virtuosic saxophone solo from blockbuster hit Catch Me If You Can as well as three of the most vibrant and fabulous ballet pieces ever composed!America’s foremost classical saxophonist, Harvey Pittel, combines stunning virtuosity with impeccable musicianship, producing the most beautiful and pure tone ever heard from a saxophone.Disney Channel’s triple threat star Alyson Stoner, known for the sensational Step Up dance movie franchise, is the 6th Most Searched Actress on Google, with over 40 film credits! For more info:www.calphil.com