Live Music at Boston Court: Classical, Jazz, World Music and More
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Featured review from Kenn
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Very nice evening. Especially liked the French songs, even though my French is only good enough to pick out words here and there. Gigi's voice is particularly suited to these, making them a magical moment in the show (probably also because of her French heritage and background). Brava! The arrangements by her husband/musical director also have some nice chord progressions reminiscent of Sondhiem.
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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 uneven film because of its mostly non-professional actor cast and...continued
July 11, 2014: Vicky Ray
Vicky Ray returns to Boston Court with more of her daring, pianistic vision in a program of “just born” compositions. The evening includes a new sonata by Angeleno favorite, Steven Stucky, as well as a set of new pieces by Joseph Pereira, timpanist with the LA Phil, whose composing career is taking off like wildfire. Both compositions have been commissioned specifically for Vicky and promise to add to an already adventurous and exciting signature concert event.
July 19, 2014: wild Up
wild Up is the Los Angeles contemporary music ensemble lauded as “searing, penetrating and thrilling” by Fred Child of Performance Today and “magnificent” by Mark Swed of the Los Angeles Times. Led by Artistic Director Christopher Rountree, the ensemble is brought together around the premise that music is a catalyst for shared experience, and that a concert venue is a place for challenging, exciting and igniting the surrounding community.
July 25, 2014: Ellie Choate & Paul Baker
A rare duo performance featuring sophisticated and elegant music from two of Southern California’s most outstanding harpists.
July 26, 2014: Matt Slocum
Award-winning jazz drummer/composer Matt Slocum has been hailed as “one of his generation’s most highly regarded drummers and composers” (JazzPolice) and “one of America’s pre-eminent young jazz drummers” (OC Weekly). His ensembles have been featured throughout North America and Europe at venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, Yoshi’s and the Blue Note, as well as major festivals in the US and abroad. His latest recording, Black Elk’s Dream, features 11 new compositions and will be released spring 2014.
(Lineup current at time of publication, but subject to change.)
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.