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Comfynice-casual, or glitz up a bit for fun!
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Coffee (donation kindly and discreetly suggested), cakes (birthday cake the night we attended!)
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Coffe & various sweets, donation kindly and discreetly suggested
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Spacious & safe free parking right next door
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Beautiful, clean lobby and ample restroom facilities -- this place is a gem.
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Casual dress for this show
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37 ratings
4.4 average rating
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4 reviews
41 stars
attended Nov 15 2010

Great performance. I love the venue. Small and intimate with quality performers. I've been to several different musical performances and loved them all.

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207 events
105 reviews
24 stars
attended May 13 2011

My first time visiting this wonderful venue. Despite being a big silent movie fan I had not previously known of the Paul Robeson movie "Borderline."

A fascinating but... continued

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23 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 29 2011

It was simply great in every respect. The Mendelsohn was incredibly good.

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April 18, 2014: Kathy Kosins — Ladies of Cool: A Love Letter to the Feminine in Jazz
Celebrating the artistry of 1950s female jazz icons Anita O’Day, June Christy, Julie London and Chris Connor, contemporary chanteuse Kathy Kosins brings her own personal interpretation and vocal style to Boston Court with her take on the “Ladies of Cool.” This marvelous concert explores the music and relationships that each of these extraordinary singers had with their composers and arrangers of the day. The style eventually became known as West Coast Jazz, defining the very essence of what we now know as “cool” jazz.

April 19, 2014: Armen Anassian: The Heart and Soul of Armenian Music
Violinist Armen Annasian is an extensive traveler, having toured for several years as concertmaster and conductor for Yanni. Join Armen as he takes us on a heartfelt journey exploring the expressive intensity of his own Armenian heritage. The program features virtuoso violin music by Komitas, Khatchaturian, Babajanian, and Bagdasarian. Pianist Mark Robson accompanies him.

April 26, 2014: What’s Next? Ensemble
One of Los Angeles most exciting, young, contemporary music ensembles teams up with pianist extraordinaire Vicki Ray in a program exploring multiple generations of minimalist composers, including Los Angeles native and Bang on a Can founder David Lang’s rarely heard Child, as well as the stark 1-bit electronic minimalism of Tristan Perich.

May 2, 2014: Pianist Mark Robson — BACH-a-nalia: A Feast of Bach Penned by Other Composers
BACH-a-nalia presents a joyful survey of transcriptions and arrangements of works by the great contrapuntal master, demonstrating the tributary talent of Liszt, Busoni, Siloti, MacDowell, Rachmaninoff, Grainger and others.

May 3, 2014: Stacy Sullivan — Songs in Blue: A Celebration of the Great American Songbook
Voted 2013 Female Vocalist of the Year by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs, Stacy Sullivan has captivated audiences around the world with her rich, expressive voice, and effortless narrative style. With songs by landmark composers such as Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Miles Davis, Stephen Sondheim, Joni Mitchell, Cole Porter, and Laura Nyro, her show Songs in Blue takes the audience on a haunting, sensual, musical journey that will not be soon forgotten.

May 4, 2014: Phillip Glass: A Madrigal Opera
A rare opportunity to experience an early Phillip Glass opera that is senza parole (without words), and does not include any dramatic story line. Creative license is given by the composer to invent a fresh, new conception of the plot with each new production. Presented as part of this year’s Los Angeles Philharmonic Minimalist Jukebox Festival, Boston Court is proud to offer their “premiere” of this seminal masterpiece. Conducted by Brent McMunn and directed by Jessica Kubzansky.

May 9, 2014: USC Collaborative: The New and the Newer … the sequel
Be a part of history in the making, and witness the work of some of the most exciting and promising young talent from the University of Southern California presenting new thoughts, cool sounds and beautiful voices. USC graduate students in writing join forces with graduate student composers, collaborating with the most gifted young vocal performers, to create an exhilarating evening of new poetry and new music that is literally “hot off the press”. Experience the surprise and thrill of an entire concert of world premieres being aired for the first time at Boston Court. This performance represents the collective work of the graduate classes in creative writing, composition and vocal performance, under the guidance of Professors David St. John, poetry, Frank Ticheli, composition and Lisa Sylvester, vocal literature.

May 10, 2014: The Formalist Quartet: Re-Examining Tenney and Nono
An exceptional concert featuring James Tenney’s “Koan for String Quartet” and Luigi Nono’s “Fragmente-Stille: An Diotima.” The Formalist Quartet was born on the 100th birthday of Dmitri Shostakovich (September 25th, 2006) and since then has been playing frequently across the United States and Europe in concert halls, festivals, art galleries, cafes, and homes. Their recordings include a recent album on Darla Records featuring 14 new string quartets by Harold Budd, the epic 100 Cadences of Arthur Jarvinen on Lakefire Records, two string quartets by Nicholas Deyoe on Populist Records, music for several small films and pop records, and Kristian Ireland’s Clearing.

About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Court Performing Arts Center

The Boston Court Performing Arts Center produces passionate, artist-driven theatre that challenges both artist and audience. Play selection encompasses a wide variety of genres (classics, musicals and world premieres, with a special emphasis on nurturing playwrights and new play development) which are inherently theatrical, textually rich, and visually arresting.