Community Events Calendar
EVENT
16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival
DESCRIPTION
Committed to fostering and promoting the vibrant art of dance and dance on film from around the globe, Dance Camera West presents the 16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival, a public event incorporating dance explored through film and live performance. This year’s Festival marks Dance Camera West’s continued passion for bringing together diverse communities to experience dance through the intimate medium of film taking place at UCLA’s Fowler Museum, Glorya Kaufman Hall UCLA, and Royce Hall from April 20-23, 2017 and at the Santa Monica Pier on April 29-30. This year’s Festival highlights include International Shorts, Documentaries, Live Performances, and a Family Film Day comprised of Animation films and Flipbook Workshop.

This multi-disciplinary media film festival promises to offer something for everyone and showcases many forms of dance including modern, post modern, world, tap, dance theater, ballet, hip-hop and practically all dance that has been captured on film in a way that is of quality and essential value. Dance Camera West's Dance Film Festival is funded in part by Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, and The Los Angeles County Arts Commission. Sponsors include CAP UCLA, Fowler Museum, and CalArts.

Dance Camera West (DCW) aspires to awaken and infuse the public mainstream with a desire for critical creative programming presenting the visual language of dance on screen in a way that stretches the imagination and changes the way we think about dance.

Festival trailer: https://vimeo.com/208774984

16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival Schedule

Thursday, April 20, 8 p.m.: Opening Night: International Shorts; Royce Hall; $12

Friday, April 21, 6:30 p.m.: A Celebration of UCLA Dance; Allegra Fuller Snyder Film Screening and Q&A; Fowler Museum; FREE

Friday, April 21, 8:00 p.m.: A Celebration of UCLA Dance: 1962-2017; Honoring the Legacy of UCLA Dance Founders; Glorya Kaufman Hall UCLA; $15

Saturday, April 22, 12-noon: Featured Documentary Films: Fowler Museum, $12

Saturday, April 22, 7:00 p.m.: West Coast Premiere In the Steps of Trisha Brown; Fowler Museum and CalArts Emerging Artists Awards, $12

Sunday, April 23, 1:00 p.m.: Family Day: Humorous and Animated Films and Workshop, Fowler Museum, $12

Sunday, April 23, 3:00 p.m.: Mr. Gaga Special Screening, Fowler Museum, $12

Saturday/Sunday, April 29-30, Sunset – To the Sea: Dance Concerts on the Pier with Jacob Jonas The Company, 7 Fingers, Seaweed Sisters and Film Screening, FREE

For complete film schedule and descriptions, to purchase tickets, and for more information about the 16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival taking place at UCLA in Westwood, please visit www.dancecamerawest.org. Royce Hall is located at 340 Royce Drive; Glorya Kaufman Hall UCLA is located at 120 Westwood Plaza; and the Fowler Museum is located at 308 Charles E. Young Drive North. Please like the Festival on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DanceCameraWestFilmFest; email inquiries to festival@dancecamerawest.org; and follow us on twitter and instagram: @DanceCameraWestFilmFest

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.dancecamerawest.org
DATE
Thursday, April 20, 2017

END DATE
Sunday, April 30, 2017

START TIME
8:00pm

END TIME
10:30pm
LOCATION
UCLA's Royce Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095
directions
EVENT
16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival
DESCRIPTION
Committed to fostering and promoting the vibrant art of dance and dance on film from around the globe, Dance Camera West presents the 16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival, a public event incorporating dance explored through film and live performance. This year’s Festival marks Dance Camera West’s continued passion for bringing together diverse communities to experience dance through the intimate medium of film taking place at UCLA’s Fowler Museum, Glorya Kaufman Hall UCLA, and Royce Hall from April 20-23, 2017 and at the Santa Monica Pier on April 29-30. This year’s Festival highlights include International Shorts, Documentaries, Live Performances, and a Family Film Day comprised of Animation films and Flipbook Workshop.

This multi-disciplinary media film festival promises to offer something for everyone and showcases many forms of dance including modern, post modern, world, tap, dance theater, ballet, hip-hop and practically all dance that has been captured on film in a way that is of quality and essential value. Dance Camera West's Dance Film Festival is funded in part by Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, and The Los Angeles County Arts Commission. Sponsors include CAP UCLA, Fowler Museum, and CalArts.

Dance Camera West (DCW) aspires to awaken and infuse the public mainstream with a desire for critical creative programming presenting the visual language of dance on screen in a way that stretches the imagination and changes the way we think about dance.

Festival trailer: https://vimeo.com/208774984

16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival Schedule

Thursday, April 20, 8 p.m.: Opening Night: International Shorts; Royce Hall; $12

Friday, April 21, 6:30 p.m.: A Celebration of UCLA Dance; Allegra Fuller Snyder Film Screening and Q&A; Fowler Museum; FREE

Friday, April 21, 8:00 p.m.: A Celebration of UCLA Dance: 1962-2017; Honoring the Legacy of UCLA Dance Founders; Glorya Kaufman Hall UCLA; $15

Saturday, April 22, 12-noon: Featured Documentary Films: Fowler Museum, $12

Saturday, April 22, 7:00 p.m.: West Coast Premiere In the Steps of Trisha Brown; Fowler Museum and CalArts Emerging Artists Awards, $12

Sunday, April 23, 1:00 p.m.: Family Day: Humorous and Animated Films and Workshop, Fowler Museum, $12

Sunday, April 23, 3:00 p.m.: Mr. Gaga Special Screening, Fowler Museum, $12

Saturday/Sunday, April 29-30, Sunset – To the Sea: Dance Concerts on the Pier with Jacob Jonas The Company, 7 Fingers, Seaweed Sisters and Film Screening, FREE

For complete film schedule and descriptions, to purchase tickets, and for more information about the 16th Annual Dance Media Film Festival taking place at UCLA in Westwood, please visit www.dancecamerawest.org. Royce Hall is located at 340 Royce Drive; Glorya Kaufman Hall UCLA is located at 120 Westwood Plaza; and the Fowler Museum is located at 308 Charles E. Young Drive North. Please like the Festival on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DanceCameraWestFilmFest; email inquiries to festival@dancecamerawest.org; and follow us on twitter and instagram: @DanceCameraWestFilmFest

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.dancecamerawest.org
DATE
Thursday, April 20, 2017

END DATE
Sunday, April 30, 2017

START TIME
12:00pm

END TIME
10:30pm
LOCATION
UCLA and Santa Monica Pier
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095
directions
EVENT
CSULB Dance in Concert
DESCRIPTION
The Department of Dance presents its twice yearly concert of original dance work by faculty choreographers and guest artists.

April 26-29 2017, 8pm
with a Saturday Matinee at 2pm

Due to the Beach Streets Event on Saturday 4/29, Atherton Street will be closed. Please enter campus from Palo Verde Avenue (@ Rendina) and follow the road between the parking structures to Lot 12.

At the Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theater
$20 General Admission
$16 Students, Seniors, CSULB Faculty/Staff & DRC Members


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://web.csulb.edu/depts/dance/performance.html
DATE
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

END DATE
Friday, April 28, 2017

START TIME
8:00pm
LOCATION
Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theater on the CSULB Campus

Long Beach, CA
directions
EVENT
Tamir Hendelman & Cathy Segal garcia Present world renowned vocalist GREAT MATASSA!
DESCRIPTION

Pianist Tamir Hendelman &


Vocalist Greta Matassa in

Vocal Masterclass & Workshop


in Granada Hills
Saturday April 29th!
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
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I'm not the only one who thinks Greta Metassa is an incredible artist and teacher. Look at these quotes and decide for yourself.
Don't miss her rare appearance in Los Angeles!

"There are few vocalists who send chills up my spine, but Greta sure does.
What a joy to accompany her; she makes me want to be a better musician."
Josh Nelson

"Greta Matassa...Soulful...Soul filled...Pocket Diva...Groove Queen...Scats like nobody's business! She is the real deal, baby!" -Carmen Bradford


"Greta knows how to get deep into the heart of a song, with irresistible feeling and an ear for the sound of surprise."
-Tamir Hendelman

"Greta Matassa is a consummate jazz singer who has it all, a great sound and sense of swing, convincing delivery of any lyric that she sings, and she always connects with her audiences. In addition, she's a terrific teacher who has mentored vocalists for years in her workshops and lessons. Hearing her always makes me smile."
-John Stowell

"Greta is amazing! She can sing a song and deliver the full range of emotion from sad to joyous, from delicate to strong...and is one of the most developed and imaginative improvisers I have ever heard. I have witnessed firsthand (actually, guitar in hand) the power of her creativity and the way she inspires others...go on Greta!!!"
-Bruce Forman

"One of the best jazz vocalists we have to boast about these days."
-John Clayton

"Greta Matasa is the consummate Jazz vocalist of modern times. Storytelling. Scat. Phrasing. Improvisation. Connection. A voice full of colours and textures with a strong sensibility in delivery." Dee Daniels
"Her scatting is as confident, nimble an energetic as Ella's and her phrasing is hip like Nancy Wilson's"
-Earshot Jazz

"Echoing Rosie Clooney's natural warmth and Nancy Wilson's impeccable phrasing, Matassa moves from triumph to triumph"
-Christopher Loudon, Jazz Times

"The thing that's really impressive about her is her versatility. She has a fearlessness in approaching material that makes her like an instrumentalist in a jam session. At the same time she can croon a ballad that will break your heart."
-Jim Wilke, host of nationally syndicated Jazz After Hours on PRI

"...She's so light-hearted and humorous. Her musicianship is so meticulous. Her voice is so lovely. Her stylings are so precise and detailed."
-Joe Adcock, The Seattle Times

"Greta Matassa is a powerful, distinctive vocalist. Seemingly limitless as to what jazz form she can master"
-The Seattle Times

"Matassa is worth a sizable price of admission wherever and whenever she sings!"
-Rick Nelson, The Tacoma News Tribune


Pianist/composer Tamir Hendelman has toured the US, Europe and Asia with his own trio as well as the Jeff Hamilton and Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, recorded with James Moody,
Natalie Cole, Teddy Edwards, Greta Matassa, Graham Dechter and Barbra Streisand-
and is on the jazz faculty of UCLA. His latest recordings topped the Jazzweek chart.
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Performing on Friday night in an intimate setting at a beautiful Hancock Park home, the duo will
explore jazz standards, music from the Great American Songbook- and other surprises.
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Greta Matassa's jazz vocal masterclass on Saturday afternoon will be a chance for participation to get individualized feedback from Greta and Tamir on areas such as: phrasing and lyric
interpretation; rhythmic feel; telling the story; embellishing the melody; working with a pianist; arrangement ideas and stage presence.
Workshop begins at noon. Come at 11:30am for some nosh and to meet the other
participants.
For Information:
Cathy Segal-Garcia (818)599-3292
cathy@cathysegalgarcia.com
Buy tickets for the Concert here

Buy tickets for the Masterclass/Workshop here



ADDITIONAL INFO
www.cathysegalgarcia.com
DATE
Friday, April 28, 2017

START TIME
8:00pm

END TIME
11:00pm
LOCATION
Hancock Park home
call for information
Los angeles, CO 90015
directions
EVENT
Repticon Los Angeles Reptile & Exotic Animal Show
DESCRIPTION
Repticon Los Angeles is a reptile event featuring vendors offering reptile pets, supplies, feeders, cages, and merchandise as well as live animal seminars and frequent free raffles for coveted prizes. Exciting, educational, family-oriented fun for everyone!



ADDITIONAL INFO
RepticonEvents@repticon.com
DATE
Friday, April 28, 2017

END DATE
Sunday, April 30, 2017

START TIME
10:00am

END TIME
5:00pm
LOCATION
OC Fair & Event Center
88 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
directions
EVENT
Ella Fitzgerald Tribute Concert
DESCRIPTION
Join us as we celebrate the 100th birthday of the First Lady of Song - Ella Fitzgerald. We will be honoring Ella with songs she recorded throughout her career - from her early Decca years through to her most beloved Verve albums, as well as Pablo.

Come early for an incredible SILENT AUCTION including activities, excursions and items from all over Southern California. All proceeds from the evening will go to benefit the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, which continues to preserve Ella's legacy and fulfill her wish of keeping kids involved in music, among other initiatives to help people of all cultures.

The show is a culmination of a 100-day YouTube tribute series called "Staci Sings Ella," which features 100 transcribed performances created in 100 days leading up to Ella's 100th birthday. For more, visit: www.youtube/c/StaciGriesbach or www.StaciGriesbach.com

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://www.facebook.com/events/1345407108883175/
DATE
Saturday, April 29, 2017

START TIME
8:00pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Vitello's E-Spot Lounge
4349 Tujunga Ave
North Hollywood, CA 91604
directions
EVENT
Saturday Night Jazz DTLA presents NOLAN SHAHEED
DESCRIPTION
SATURDAY - APRIL 29th

ONE OF THE MOST REVERED STRAIGHT AHEAD JAZZ MUSICIANS IN THE WORLD

TRUMPET & FLUGELHORN PLAYER

NOLAN SHAHEED



THE ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE BAND TONIGHT:

BOBBY PIERCE on piano

TONY DUMAS on bass

CLAYTON CAMERON on drums

.

hear Nolan on youtube



Nolan Shaheed (born Nolan Andrew Smith, Jr. in Pasadena, California) specializes in the cornet and trumpet, and a world record holding masters athlete. It has been said he can "blow your socks off" in either endeavor!



He began his musical career in 1974, rising to be a top studio musician. He was musical director for Marvin Gaye, lead trumpet with Count Basie and has an extensive resume of other acts he has worked with including:

Natalie Cole, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Phil Collins, Anita Baker, Carole King, Tom Waits, John Handy, David Byrne,

Raymond Harry Brown, Freddie Hubbard and Niki Nana.



Nolan also owns a recording studio in Pasadena that has recorded endless well known artists over many years.



Tonight's jazz concert will be musically wonderful and highly entertaining. The band is made up of highly experienced jazz musicians and the fun quotient is BIG!



Nolan is a most admired human being and player, friends and co-creators with the highest quality jazz musicians in the world! We are so incredibly fortunate to have him here in Los Angeles. We hope you take this opportunity to hear and experience his wonderful music and band!


ADDITIONAL INFO
www.sayurdaynightjazzdtla.com
DATE
Saturday, April 29, 2017

START TIME
7:30pm

END TIME
11:00pm
LOCATION
Au Lac in the Bar Fedora
710 W1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
directions
EVENT
Wine, Dine & Jazz
DESCRIPTION
Come out for a night of cocktails, great food and incredible music! A. Ray Fuller, The Weeper, a prolific musician and guitarist who has played with Whitney Houston, Boney James, Quincy, Luther and more will be performing along with other talented jazz artists. Tickets are $100/pp and include the concert, dinner, wine and a no-host bar. Proceeds benefit the San Gabriel Education Foundation and its incredible programs.

ADDITIONAL INFO
www.seffor8schools.org or 626-451-5465
DATE
Saturday, April 29, 2017

START TIME
6:00pm

END TIME
11:00pm
LOCATION
San Gabriel Hilton Hotel
225 W Valley Blvd
San Gabriel, CA 91776
directions
EVENT
March for Marrow LA 2017 5K Run & Walk
DESCRIPTION
March for Marrow Los Angeles 2017 will be held for the eighth consecutive year at the iconic Shoreline Village in Long Beach on Saturday, April 29th. The 5K Run and Patient and Family Walk is an inspiring and festive 5K run and walk and community building fundraiser created by patients with bone marrow failure diseases, their families, friends and supporters to inform the public about these rare diseases, their symptoms and signs and the resources and facilities for diagnosis, treatment and protocols available in the greater Southern California area as well as nationwide.

Our goal is to reach a larger audience and educate more people about bone marrow failure disease and the work of the Aplastic Anemia MDS International Foundation. Because the only known cure for our diseases is a bone marrow transplant, Be the Match, will be on site to recruit candidates for the National Marrow Registry. In addition, March for Marrow includes a Silent Auction, a children’s art project with Art of Elysium, patient stories and lunch provided in a unique setting.


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.AAMDS.org/LA-walk
DATE
Saturday, April 29, 2017

START TIME
6:30am

END TIME
12:30pm
LOCATION
Shoreline Village Long Beach
429 Shoreline Village Drive
Long Beach, CA 90802
directions
EVENT
Walking for Prader-Willi Syndrome
DESCRIPTION
Prader-Willi syndrome is the most common genetic cause of obesity. Symptoms in childhood include weak muscles and feeding difficulties. After age two, symptoms change to include growth failure, Autism-like behavior problems, and a drive to eat that is never satisfied no matter how much food is eaten. No known medication reduces the insatiable appetite and parents must lock their food just to keep their child safe. If you suspect someone you love has PWS, contact the Prader-Willi California Foundation at PWCF.org or attend the Walk event on April 30 at Griffith Park. There’s no cure yet, but there is help.


ADDITIONAL INFO
www.pwcf.org, 310-372-5053, info@pwcf.org
DATE
Sunday, April 30, 2017

START TIME
10:30am

END TIME
2:00pm
LOCATION
Griffith Park
4730 Crystal Springs Dr (near Shane's Insp Playground)
Los Angeles, CA 90027
directions
EVENT
Maria Costa Macho Men and the Women Who Love Them 2.0
DESCRIPTION
Maria Costa and her award-winning Latin musical comedy show, Macho Men and the Women Who Love Them. Maria is a renowned performing artist who has been called the Latina Lucille Ball and female John Leguizamo by critics. As a comedic talent, she has toured her original work worldwide, selling out venues like the Kodak Theater, headlining in over 100 Universities and Colleges as well as performing in 16 cities internationally.

Maria's work has a number of powerful messages including the empowerment of Latina women, honoring traditional values in a modern world as well as the celebration of Latino culture and heritage. The show also features Latin dancing and music with visiting artist - Salsa/Reggaeton dancers from New York as well as dynamic Cuban musicians.

ADDITIONAL INFO
www.mariacosta.com
DATE
Tuesday, May 02, 2017

START TIME
5:30pm

END TIME
8:30pm
LOCATION
CSUN The Campus Theater
18111 Nordhoff
Northridge, CA
directions
EVENT
Heartbeat Brazil to appear in the Eclectic Music Festival in South Pasadena!!
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION South Pasadena’s Eclectic Music festival and Art walk will be on May 6th and will feature a diverse musical line up.
Heartbeat Brazil will be performing at the Canoe House, on Fair Oaks for the Eclectic Music Festival, on May 6th,
From 6:30 to 8:30!!
This year they will have 60 acts performing on multiple stages around South Pasadena. There will be an art walk featuring studios, open galleries, and hosted
events.
There will be outdoor installations, food trucks, and a beer &
wine garden. It is free and family friendly. It is produced by the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce with Deepmix Entertainment and is supported by the
Eclectic Friends of the Arts, a non profit 501(c)3 organization
Musician line up for Heartbeat Brazil:
Stephan Oberhoff, leader, keys,
Robert Kyle on sax, flute, percussion
Simon Carroll on drums
Larry Steen, bass
Matt Cooker, cello
Stephan has been the long time pianist for Melissa Manchester and Brenda Russell. He has a recording studio, here locally in Pasadena. Just recently he
produced a cd for Jason Gould (the son of Barbara Streisand and Elliott Gould.) Amanda McBroom is also one of his long time clients.
MORE http://www.TheEclectic.Rocks/



ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.TheEclectic.Rocks/
DATE
Saturday, May 06, 2017

START TIME
6:30pm

END TIME
8:30pm
LOCATION
Canoe House
805 Fair Oaks Avenue
South Pasadena, CA 91030
directions
EVENT
Best of NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) Awards 2017
DESCRIPTION
Hosted at the South Park Center in Downtown Los Angeles, the 2017 Best of NFMLA Awards will be as special one as it marks NFMLA's 10 Year Anniversary! The evening with feature a VIP cocktail reception, hor d'oeuvres, and live entertainment.

Schedule:
6PM - VIP Cocktail Reception
7PM - General Admission Arrivals
7:45PM - Awards Show
10:15PM - After Party

Tickets - $50: VIP / $25: General
After Friday, April 7th, both ticket levels will increase by $25 ($75: VIP / $50: general admission).

NFMLA is a leader in showcasing up and coming independent filmmaking talent through our Monthly Film Festival series, and fostering Los Angeles’s filmmaking community through programs and partnerships. NFMLA is a nonprofit arts organization with locations in Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles.

Event info and tickets here: https://goo.gl/3eYCyI

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/newfilmmakers-los-angeles-best-of-nfmla-awards-2017-tickets-32895439144
DATE
Saturday, May 06, 2017

START TIME
6:00pm

END TIME
11:00pm
LOCATION
South Park Center
1139 South Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
directions
EVENT
Symphonic Jazz Orchestra 15th Anniversary Concert
DESCRIPTION
The Symphonic Jazz Orchestra will celebrate its 15th Anniversary with a special tribute to Ella Fitzgerald's centennial birthday. This concert will feature guest vocalist Jane Monheit performing with the SJO's 67-member jazz orchestra, the only ensemble of its kind in the United States.

With support from the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, the SJO will perform a number of Ella's beloved jazz orchestral arrangements by Nelson Riddle, including "Someone to Watch Over Me," "I Won't Dance," and "Our Love is Here to Stay.”

This one-of-a-kind celebration will open with a work remembering SJO co-music director, the late George Duke, and feature two exciting world premiere works by Alan Chan and Gordon Goodwin, featuring saxophone soloist Eric Marienthal.

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://sjomusic.org/, 562-985-7000
DATE
Sunday, May 07, 2017

START TIME
7:00pm

END TIME
11:00pm
LOCATION
Carpenter Performing Arts Center
6200 E. Atherton St.
Long Beach, CA 90815
directions
EVENT
Mark Hatch & Group 5
DESCRIPTION
Another very special evening with Mark Hatch & Group 5. Always a hit at the Blue Guitar. The ensemble consists of five veteran musicians (Mark Hatch, Sam Riney, Rich Ruttenberg, Domenic Genova, Kendall Kay) who use classic 60s jazz quintet as a launching pad, while incorporating a broad spectrum of newer influences.

Adjacent to the Blue Guitar room is the Arroyo Seco Grill which has food, wine, and full bar. Or you can bring your own bottle for a $10 corkage fee. Showtime is 7:30pm, doors open 30 minutes prior.

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://deepmix.thundertix.com/events/104083
DATE
Thursday, May 11, 2017

START TIME
7:30pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course
1055 Lohman Lane
South Pasadena, CA 91030
directions
EVENT
Solo musician Joanna Gerolaga from Honolulu, Hawaii performs under influences ranging from pop music to country at D'Vine Lounge Bar
DESCRIPTION
Solo musician Joanna Gerolaga from Honolulu, Hawaii performs under influences ranging from pop music to country at D'Vine Saturday Live Music, on May 13, 2017. Enjoy rare wines, great food and live entertainment at D'Vine Lounge Bar.
The concert is free; food and beverages are available for purchase.

Public parking is available
Happy Hour from 5:00 to 7:00 pm
Hours: 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Adress: 821 S.Flower St.; Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone number: (213) 262-8517
Link: http://dvinela.com/

ADDITIONAL INFO
2132628517
DATE
Saturday, May 13, 2017

END DATE
Friday, May 12, 2017

START TIME
8:30pm

END TIME
10:30pm
LOCATION
D'Vine Lounge Bar
821 s Flower St
Los Angeles, CA 90017
directions
EVENT
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) Film Festival - May 13th, 2017
DESCRIPTION
On May 13th, 2017 NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a special installment of the InFocus series, InFocus: Asian Cinema. The first program in the evening line-up features 6 short films from emerging Asian filmmakers, both local and international, with one being a Student Academy Award-Winning film. These voices bring us tales ranging from a family affected by nuclear warfare to a pair of stoners seeking to make their name in Hollywood. This Asian film spotlight promises to take attendees on a comedic, tragic and even nostalgic ride.

The second program celebrates the US Premier of the Japanese feature film “Where Florence Sleeps.” From the brother duo of Katsuto and Kenji Kobayashi, experience a dramatic tale of sabotage, kidnapping and ransom.

The evening film program closes with the LA Premier of “Looking for Jackalope,” Karl Shefelman’s feature length directorial debut.

Throughout the event attendees will have opportunities to mingle with the filmmakers, industry supporters and film lovers over cocktails and beats at the filmmakers’ lounge adjacent to the private entry of the South Park Center’s 500 seat theater in Downtown Los Angeles.

$5 fo single film blocks
$15 for all film blocks with open bar

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://goo.gl/Hq6Vjq
DATE
Saturday, May 13, 2017

START TIME
4:00pm

END TIME
11:00pm
LOCATION
South Park Center
1139 South Hill St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
directions
EVENT
Shari Puorto Band
DESCRIPTION
The Shari Puorto Band plays blues and roots-rock with a whole lotta soul. They have performed up and down the coast of California, across the U.S., and abroad sharing the stage with the likes of Tab Benoit, Jimmy Vivino, Tommy Castro, Joe Bonamassa, Dickey Betts, Johnny Winter, Dave Mason, Coco Montoya, Larry Carlton, Ike Turner, among others. The band consists of singer Shari Puorto, bassist Frank Scarpelli, guitarist John DePatie, and drummer Mike Sauer.

Adjacent to the Blue Guitar room is the Arroyo Seco Grill which has food, wine, and full bar. Or you can bring your own bottle for a $10 corkage fee. Showtime is 7:30pm, doors open 30 minutes prior.

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://deepmix.thundertix.com/events/104085
DATE
Thursday, May 18, 2017

START TIME
7:30pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course
1055 Lohman Lane
South Pasadena, CA 91030
directions
EVENT
LBCC Jazz Big Band Performance
DESCRIPTION
The LBCC Big Band will perform at Spaghettini, playing the music of Bill Holman, Thad Jones, Oliver Nelson, and many more! Tickets are $10 (available online or at the door), all proceeds will go back to the band for upcoming tours/concert events.

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://spaghettini.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=954156
DATE
Thursday, May 18, 2017

START TIME
7:00pm

END TIME
8:30pm
LOCATION
Spaghettini
3005 Old Ranch Parkway
Seal Beach, CA 90740
directions
EVENT
John Wayne Birthday Cruises on Wild Goose
DESCRIPTION
Celebrate John Wayne's birthday aboard his former yacht, Wild Goose, for a dining cruise with Madame Tussauds famous John Wayne wax figure in full Western attire. Snap a shot and use #ShowYourGrit to help raise awareness for the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the foundation to help fulfill John Wayne's last wish: to find a cure for cancer.

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://www.hornblower.com/port/category/nb+john-wayne-birthday-cruises
DATE
Thursday, May 18, 2017

END DATE
Sunday, June 18, 2017

START TIME
5:00pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Hornblower Cruises, Newport Beach
2431 W. Coast Hwy
Newport Beach, CA 92663
directions
EVENT
LBCC Big Band Spring Concert feat. Kirsten Edkins
DESCRIPTION
The LBCC Big Band will perform with guest artist/saxophonist Kirsten Edkins! Tickets are available online and at the door.

The LBCC Auditorium is near the corner of Clark and Harvey in Long Beach.

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.lbcc.edu/PerformingArts/
DATE
Friday, May 19, 2017

START TIME
7:30pm

END TIME
9:00pm
LOCATION
LBCC Auditorium
4901 E carson st
long beach, CA 90808
directions
EVENT
Steve Tyrell: The Great American Songbook
DESCRIPTION
Grammy Award-winning jazz icon and 10-time Billboard Jazz Charts artist Steve Tyrell is bringing his world-class band to the Arcadia Performing Arts Center and headlining the modern concert hall’s 2016-17 season finale.

Steve Tyrell: The Great American Songbook will showcase songs by Frank Sinatra and other romantic favorites at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center on May 20, 2017 at 8 p.m. (doors open at 7:30 p.m.).

Known as American royalty for jazz, Tyrell is one of the few jazz artists handpicked by Frank Sinatra’s family to perform original Sinatra arrangements at Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. Tyrell popularized American jazz in the hit movie Father of the Bride, has performed on stages all over the world and for dignitaries including President George W. Bush, President Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutu and the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

Tyrell has released 10 American Standards albums, all which have achieved great success on Billboard’s Jazz charts with 9 reaching the top 5. His hits “The Way You Look Tonight” and “The Sunny Side of the Street” have reached millions of fans. As weekly radio host of the jazz station KJAZZ 88.1, Steve Tyrell continues to reach new fans and engage loyal jazz aficionados.



ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.arcadiapaf.org/tickets/steve-tyrell/?date=2017-05-20
DATE
Saturday, May 20, 2017

START TIME
5:30pm
LOCATION
Arcadia Performing Arts Center
188 Campus Drive
Arcadia, CA 91107
directions
EVENT
Asian American Music Festival
DESCRIPTION
One of the most versatile and cosmopolitan saxophonist in pop, soul and contemporary jazz for over 35 years, Michael Paulo is producing the Asian American Music Festival once again in Los Angeles bringing its unique sounds in celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage month. It features some of the most renown Asian American Artists in America, who have made inroads on a national and global scale.

FEATURED ARTISTS include: Saxophonists Jeff Kashiwa, Michael Paulo, Wakana Inamura, Austin Gatus; Pianists Rene Paulo, Tateng Katindig, Kimo Cornwell, Dave Iwataki; Guitarists Kay-Ta Matsuno, Fred Schreuders, Bassist/ Vocals Bruce Hamada, Benjamin Sheppherd; Vocalist Terry Steele, Kimaya, “TEX” Nanka Yutaro on Harmonica and 14 year old child prodigy Vinnie Aguas on drums.

Part of the proceeds of the Asian American Music Festival (AAMF) will benefit the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center and the AAMF music scholarship fund. The first AAMF scholarship will be awarded this year to Saxophonist Austin Gatus. Austin’s story was very compelling to Producer Paulo as at a young age Austin has found a way to give back and help others through his performances for children from Rady Children’s Hospital, Starlight Foundation and other organizations that help kids fight cancer as he himself was one of those kids but is now a cancer survivor. Austin is attending UCLA on a scholarship and will use the AAMF funds to augment his education.

According to Paulo: “With my lifelong passion for Music, I’m hosting an event unlike any other that primarily focuses on the Asian Culture embracing American Music Culture such as Jazz and R&B . As America is a melting pot of cultures it is important in the assimilation of Asian Culture to embrace things that are uniquely American. It is through this that we can become a part of the mainstream culture. Also in most instances Asian Americans aren't readily associated with Jazz, R&B and Pop Music. The festival aims to change that perception by featuring as many of the best Asian artist and musicians that have had mainstream success. We also feature new and upcoming young artists and give them an opportunity to be seen and also perform with many of the veteran artists who have forged a pathway into mainstream American music culture. We will have the biggest line up of Asian artists at a music festival event.”

Michael Paulo/ Festival Producer and Promoter
Michael Paulo has excelled both on the artistic side and in business. As an artist his career has spanned four decades. He has produced numerous events for the past twenty years and also ran his own record label in the 90’s. Paulo cut his teeth as a member of the band Kalapana. He was the featured saxophonist for the legendary jazz vocalist Al Jarreau for 12 years. With ten solo releases to date Paulo is one of the most influential Asian American saxophonist in the world. As a performer and producer Paulo has participated in major jazz festivals around the world. His current projects include three festivals, three jazz concert series, and hosting private events. Through his performances and events he has raised over a million dollars for charitable causes.

Co-Producer: Japanese American Cultural & Community Center
Founded in 1971, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (JACCC) is one of the largest ethnic arts and cultural centers of its kind in the United States. A hub for Japanese and Japanese American arts and culture and a community gathering place for the diverse voices it inspires – JACCC connects traditional and contemporary; community participants and creative professionals; Southern California and the world beyond. JACCC also provides office space in its five-story complex to a wide variety of nonprofit cultural, educational, and community-based organizations in Los Angeles. For more information about JACCC, please visit JACCC.org.

JOIN US at the 3rd Annual Asian Musical Festival on Saturday, May 20, 2017 – 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Held indoors in the air-conditioned Japanese American Cultural & Community Center Aratani Theatre (880 Seats), 244 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 in Little Tokyo District. It will be a night to remember!!

For more info and ticket purchase www.asianamericanmusicfestival.com

VIP TICKETS with Meet & Greet Reception (5:30pm) $250; ORCHESTRA SEATS: $50 (Green) and $35 (Orange) – GENERAL ADMISSION: Balcony (Open Seating) – Balcony One - $45 and Balcony Two - $30


ADDITIONAL INFO
www.asianamericanmusicfestival.net
DATE
Saturday, May 20, 2017

START TIME
5:30pm

END TIME
9:30pm
LOCATION
JACCC Aratani Theatre
244 S. San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
directions
EVENT
Avalon Ball
DESCRIPTION
Now in its 15th year, the Avalon Ball is a fantastic journey into the past when Big Bands played for huge audiences which were broadcast to the nation in the Art Deco Casino Ballroom built in 1929 and located in the city of Avalon on Catalina Island. Completely restored just a few years ago, the ballroom retains its original romantic style--a lavish medley of rose-hued walls, an arching, fifty-foot ceiling with five Tiffany chandeliers, an elevated stage, raised seating areas around the dance floor, and a vintage, full-service bar in back. This magical night features an evening of dancing to music from the 1920s and 30s performed by Dean Mora & the Avalon Ball Dance Orchestra. Immerse yourself in glorious Deco opulence gliding across the 10,000 square foot dance floor surrounded by romantic ocean views.

Advance Tickets on sale now!
General Tickets at $70
ADSLA Members at $60
Reserved Table (for 4) at $300, sold separately from entry tickets

Membership status will be verified. Attendee will be responsible for paying price difference if their ADSLA Membership is not current or cannot be verified. Members: please buy within your membership level allowance. For example, Principal Membership level is allowed to buy 1 member rate ticket. Household Membership level is allowed to buy up to 2 member rate tickets. Higher levels please email us at artdeco@adsla.org for instructions on how to buy more member rate tickets at your appropriate level allowance.

This is a 21 and over event.

There will be an option to add on and purchase a RESERVED TABLE (seats 4) on top of your admission ticket in order to guarantee you a seat at the event. Beyond RESERVED TABLES, there are limited tables and chairs that are first come, first serve basis.

Physically ticket(s) will be mailed to you, so please be sure to bring it with you to the event. This will make it easier to check everyone quickly and get inside the ballroom. Should you lose or forget your ticket(s), we will have a complete list at the door as backup.

Be sure to include your EMAIL ADDRESS so that you will get updated notification about this event as it approaches. We will add a FAQ link shortly to answer all the detailed information you need to know about this event. Be sure to check back for added information as we firm up more details for 2017 Avalon Ball.
See you at the Avalon Ball 2017!

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2555108
DATE
Saturday, May 20, 2017

START TIME
6:00pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Avalon Casino Ballroom
1 Casino Way
Avalon, CA 90704
directions
EVENT
Glendale Youth Orchestra presents 2017 Concerto Winners
DESCRIPTION
The Glendale Youth Orchestra, conducted by Brad Keimach, performs its Season Finale concert of the 28th Season on Sunday, May 21, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA. The program will feature the 2017 Concerto Winners including Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto, 3rd movement (Liyi Lavinia Chen of Alhambra/Santa Monica, violin; Elizabeth Mandell Music Institute), Kabalevsky - Piano Concerto No. 3, 1st movement (Andrew Gong of Pasadena, piano; Harvard-Westlake School), Gershwin - I Got Rhythm Variations (Caleb Cheung of San Marino, piano; Maranatha High School), Bruch - Violin Concerto in g minor, 1st movement (Jaimie Yoon, violin of La Crescenta; Crescenta Valley High School), and Beethoven - Symphony No. 9, 1st movement.

The GYO is funded in part by a grant from the LA County Arts Commission.

Tickets are $15.00 and may be purchased from the Alex Theatre Box Office. Groups of 15 or more get 15% off. Students, children and seniors may purchase tickets for $12 each. The Alex Theatre is located at 216 North Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203. For more information, please call 818-243-ALEX, or visit www.alextheatre.org.



ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.alextheatre.org/event/glendale-youth-orchestra-presents-2017-concerto-winners
DATE
Sunday, May 21, 2017

START TIME
7:00pm

END TIME
9:00pm
LOCATION
Alex Theatre
216 N. Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 96007
directions
EVENT
Charged Particles at Apple ValleySunset Concert Series
DESCRIPTION
Charged Particles is making some of the most exciting and creative jazz today, playing high-energy, elaborately orchestrated original jazz, infused with elements of funk, Afro-Cuban music, and classical music. See www.chargedparticles.com. Of the band, reviewers have said: “An electrifying, push-the-limits performance style... A tight and enormously talented trio.” (Jazz Times Magazine), "Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." (Jazz and Blues Report), "Fresh, energized contemporary jazz that showcases the trio's individual technical mastery as well as a cooperative, refined approach to the art form." (Jazz News Magazine), and "Tight interplay was the watchword as the threesome took difficult fusion themes and applied its own twists with spark and personal flair." (Los Angeles Times). Recently, the band has been doing special projects with Grammy-winning reed player Paul McCandless and tenor saxophonist Tod Dickow.


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.applevalley.org/services/public-information/special-events/sunset-concert-series
DATE
Thursday, May 25, 2017

START TIME
6:00pm

END TIME
9:00pm
LOCATION
Civic Center Park Amphitheater
14999 Dale Evans Parkway , CA
Apple Valley, CA 92307
directions
EVENT
Leni Stern Band w/ special guest Adam Levy
DESCRIPTION
For 25 years Leni Stern has found motivation in the ever-changing world around her for the music she plays – a sound equally transforming, malleable, and moving. She came from Europe, put roots down in America, followed the winds to Africa, and her sights are always on the horizon. Stern has had great success as a jazz guitarist having been awarded five consecutive Gibson Guitar Female Jazz Guitarist of the Year Awards. She led bands supported by heavyweights such as Dennis Chambers, Bill Frisell, Michael Brecker, and Paul Motian. After 6 highly acclaimed instrumental albums Stern bravely chartered the vocal waters on her 1995 album “Words.” She’ll be joined for this show by her NYC bandmates Mamadou Ba and Alioune Faye as well as popular Blue Guitar guest Adam Levy.

Adjacent to the Blue Guitar room is the Arroyo Seco Grill which has food, wine, and full bar. Or you can bring your own bottle for a $10 corkage fee. Showtime is 7:30pm, doors open 30 minutes prior.

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://deepmix.thundertix.com/events/104087
DATE
Thursday, May 25, 2017

START TIME
7:30pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course
1055 Lohman Lane
South Pasadena, CA 91030
directions
EVENT
Charged Particles at Squashed Grapes
DESCRIPTION
Charged Particles is making some of the most exciting and creative jazz today, playing high-energy, elaborately orchestrated original jazz, infused with elements of funk, Afro-Cuban music, and classical music. See www.chargedparticles.com. Of the band, reviewers have said: “An electrifying, push-the-limits performance style... A tight and enormously talented trio.” (Jazz Times Magazine), "Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." (Jazz and Blues Report), "Fresh, energized contemporary jazz that showcases the trio's individual technical mastery as well as a cooperative, refined approach to the art form." (Jazz News Magazine), and "Tight interplay was the watchword as the threesome took difficult fusion themes and applied its own twists with spark and personal flair." (Los Angeles Times). Recently, the band has been doing special projects with Grammy-winning reed player Paul McCandless and tenor saxophonist Tod Dickow.


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.squashedgrapes.com/
DATE
Saturday, May 27, 2017

START TIME
7:00pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Squashed Grapes
2351 E. Main St.
Ventura, CA 93003
directions
EVENT
Arrroyo Grande Strawberry Festival
DESCRIPTION
Charged Particles is making some of the most exciting and creative jazz today, playing high-energy, elaborately orchestrated original jazz, infused with elements of funk, Afro-Cuban music, and classical music. See www.chargedparticles.com. Of the band, reviewers have said: “An electrifying, push-the-limits performance style... A tight and enormously talented trio.” (Jazz Times Magazine), "Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." (Jazz and Blues Report), "Fresh, energized contemporary jazz that showcases the trio's individual technical mastery as well as a cooperative, refined approach to the art form." (Jazz News Magazine), and "Tight interplay was the watchword as the threesome took difficult fusion themes and applied its own twists with spark and personal flair." (Los Angeles Times). Recently, the band has been doing special projects with Grammy-winning reed player Paul McCandless and tenor saxophonist Tod Dickow.


ADDITIONAL INFO
https://www.facebook.com/agstrawberryfestival/
DATE
Sunday, May 28, 2017

START TIME
10:00am

END TIME
1:00pm
LOCATION
Centennial Park and Gazebo Village of Arroyo Grande
Short Street and Olohan Alley
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
directions
EVENT
Molly Miller Trio (w/ Jay Bellrose, Jennifer Condos)
DESCRIPTION
A Los Angeles native, Molly Miller has performed, recorded, and toured with the likes of Jason Mraz, Wynton Marsalis, Donna Missal, Ashley Clark, and Printz Board. She grew up playing guitar in a band with her four siblings, performing on national television, and winning music awards all around the country. In May she graduated with her doctorate in guitar performance from the University of Southern California’s prestigious Thornton School of Music, where she also received both her Bachelors and Masters in Music. She has performed at major festivals ranging from Umbria Jazz Festival in Italy and Charlotte Jazz Festival to Bumbershoot and Riotfest. She just returned just from her two-week tour in Brazil playing lead guitar for Jason Mraz.

Adjacent to the Blue Guitar room is the Arroyo Seco Grill which has food, wine, and full bar. Or you can bring your own bottle for a $10 corkage fee. Showtime is 7:30pm, doors open 30 minutes prior.

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://deepmix.thundertix.com/events/104101
DATE
Thursday, June 01, 2017

START TIME
7:30pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course
1055 Lohman Lane
South Pasadena, CA 91030
directions
EVENT
Armen Nalbandian V
DESCRIPTION
Armen Nalbandian | piano
Jeff Parker | guitar
Chris Speed | reeds
Eric Revis | bass
Alex Cline | drums

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.bluewhalemusic.com
DATE
Friday, June 02, 2017

START TIME
9:00pm

END TIME
11:45pm
LOCATION
Blue Whale
Weller Court Plaza 3rd Floor 123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St. Suite 301
Los Angeles, CA 90012
directions
EVENT
National Career Fair
DESCRIPTION
National Career Fair is having a live hiring event in Anaheim on June 7, 2017. The event is FREE for all career seekers. Career seekers are encouraged to dress professionally and bring multiple copies of their resumes. Pre-register to attend at https://www.nationalcareerfairs.com/career-fairs/anaheim-career-fairs/20170607/

ADDITIONAL INFO
https://www.nationalcareerfairs.com/
DATE
Wednesday, June 07, 2017

START TIME
11:00am

END TIME
2:00pm
LOCATION
Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort
616 W Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
directions
EVENT
The 39th Annual Playboy Jazz Festival
DESCRIPTION
The LA Phil presents the 39th annual Playboy Jazz Festival- June 10-11, 2017.

Featuring an all-star line-up of illustrious jazz greats, next generation leaders, and Festival perennials, this internationally acclaimed event is one of the premier jazz festivals in the United States.

Produced in association with the Los Angeles Philharmonic by Festival West, Inc.

George Lopez will host this event on June 10 & 11, featuring Marcus Miller, Corinne Bailey Rae, Common, Tajmo', Lalah Hathaway, and many more!

Tickets are on sale NOW!

ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/playboy-jazz-festival-2017
DATE
Saturday, June 10, 2017

END DATE
Sunday, June 11, 2017

START TIME
3:00pm
LOCATION
Hollywood Bowl
2301 N Highland AVE
Los Angeles, CA
directions
EVENT
1st Thursday Santa Barbara
DESCRIPTION
Charged Particles is making some of the most exciting and creative jazz today, playing high-energy, elaborately orchestrated original jazz, infused with elements of funk, Afro-Cuban music, and classical music. See www.chargedparticles.com. Of the band, reviewers have said: “An electrifying, push-the-limits performance style... A tight and enormously talented trio.” (Jazz Times Magazine), "Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." (Jazz and Blues Report), "Fresh, energized contemporary jazz that showcases the trio's individual technical mastery as well as a cooperative, refined approach to the art form." (Jazz News Magazine), and "Tight interplay was the watchword as the threesome took difficult fusion themes and applied its own twists with spark and personal flair." (Los Angeles Times). Recently, the band has been doing special projects with Grammy-winning reed player Paul McCandless and tenor saxophonist Tod Dickow.


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.downtownsb.org/events/1st-thursday
DATE
Thursday, August 03, 2017

START TIME
5:30pm

END TIME
7:30pm
LOCATION
Marshalls Patio
900 State Street (at Canyon Perdido Street)
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
directions
EVENT
Charged Particles at Copa Cubana
DESCRIPTION
Charged Particles is making some of the most exciting and creative jazz today, playing high-energy, elaborately orchestrated original jazz, infused with elements of funk, Afro-Cuban music, and classical music. See www.chargedparticles.com. Of the band, reviewers have said: “An electrifying, push-the-limits performance style... A tight and enormously talented trio.” (Jazz Times Magazine), "Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." (Jazz and Blues Report), "Fresh, energized contemporary jazz that showcases the trio's individual technical mastery as well as a cooperative, refined approach to the art form." (Jazz News Magazine), and "Tight interplay was the watchword as the threesome took difficult fusion themes and applied its own twists with spark and personal flair." (Los Angeles Times). Recently, the band has been doing special projects with Grammy-winning reed player Paul McCandless and tenor saxophonist Tod Dickow.


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.thecopacubana.com/about.html
DATE
Friday, August 04, 2017

START TIME
7:00pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Copa Cubana
1575 Spinnaker Drive
Ventura, CA 93001
directions
EVENT
Charged Particles at Copa Cubana
DESCRIPTION
Charged Particles is making some of the most exciting and creative jazz today, playing high-energy, elaborately orchestrated original jazz, infused with elements of funk, Afro-Cuban music, and classical music. See www.chargedparticles.com. Of the band, reviewers have said: “An electrifying, push-the-limits performance style... A tight and enormously talented trio.” (Jazz Times Magazine), "Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." (Jazz and Blues Report), "Fresh, energized contemporary jazz that showcases the trio's individual technical mastery as well as a cooperative, refined approach to the art form." (Jazz News Magazine), and "Tight interplay was the watchword as the threesome took difficult fusion themes and applied its own twists with spark and personal flair." (Los Angeles Times). Recently, the band has been doing special projects with Grammy-winning reed player Paul McCandless and tenor saxophonist Tod Dickow.


ADDITIONAL INFO
http://www.thecopacubana.com/about.html
DATE
Saturday, August 05, 2017

START TIME
7:00pm

END TIME
10:00pm
LOCATION
Copa Cubana
1575 Spinnaker Drive
Ventura, CA 93001
directions
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