Friday, November 26, 2021

Los Angeles Things to Do, OC: Dance, Film Music, The Beatles.

Performances from two leading dance groups and a three-concert series featuring music from TV shows, films and video games top our shortlist of cultural offerings this weekend. Be sure to call or check online for booking requirements and other COVID-19 protocols before heading out.

Martha Graham Dance Company
The legendary troupe puts on their own work “Appalachian Spring” with the alternative classics ensemble Wild Up, which performs Pulitzer Prize-winning music by Aaron Copland. The program also includes a reimagined version of Graham’s long-lost play “Immediate Tragedy” and other works. Soraya, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge. 20:00 Friday. 41-86 dollars.

Parsons dance
The renowned New York-based company offers six productions by artistic director and company founder David Parsons to the music of such artists as jazz legend Miles Davis, Brazilian singer Milton Nascimento and the great musicians R&B Earth, Wind & Fire. Segerstrom Arts Center, Segerstrom Hall, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 19:30 Saturday. $ 39 and up.

“Change of Cinematic: A New Era of Film Music”
And … action! The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra presents this three-part series featuring music from television, films and video games, produced by Oscar-winning Joker composer Hildur Gunnadottir, Bridgerton’s Chris Bowers and Legacy’s Nicholas Britell, respectively. Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., Downtown Los Angeles, 8:00 pm Friday through Saturday, 2:00 pm Sunday. $ 20-192.

“Paradise Blue”
The jazz club is struggling to counter the rising tide of gentrification in the black neighborhood in the 1940s. Detroit on the west coast. Premiere of the drama by Dominique Morisso. Geffen Theater, Gilles Cates Theater, 10886 Le Conte Avenue, Westwood. 20:00 Friday, 15:00 and 20:00 Saturday, 14:00 and 19:00 Sunday; other dates until December 12th. $ 30-129.

The Beatles: 1962-1966
The all-star band perform track by track a re-creation of this 1973 anthology, also known as The Red Album, which covers the first four years of the Big Four on Capitol Records. Tickets for the 7pm show on Saturday are out of print, but tickets for the show at 2:30 pm the same day are available. Grammy Museum, LA Live, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Downtown Los Angeles $ 53-130.

All-night vigil of Rachmaninoff
Don’t worry, you’ll be home to sleep: The Masters’ Chorale in Los Angeles performs a monumental 1915 piece by the composer. a cappella work is inspired by Russian Orthodox texts. Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., Downtown Los Angeles. 14:00 Saturday, 19:00 Sunday; pre-concert negotiations begin one hour before each performance. $ 46-162.

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“Since Opening: Selected Achievements over a Decade”
The works of John Baldessari, Julie Mehretu and others, which have added to the Broad collection over the past 10 years, will be on display from Saturday to April 3. The Broad, 221 S. Grand Ave., downtown Los Angeles. Open from Wednesday to Sunday. Is free; advance tickets are required to enter on schedule; there is no backup line in place. (213) 232-6200.

“Cinderella (The Cinderella)”
Mezzo-soprano Serena Malfi takes on the role of the future princess at the Los Angeles Opera, where Rossini reimagines a classic 1817 tale. In Italian with English subtitles. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Music Center, 135 N. Grand Ave., Downtown Los Angeles, 7:30 pm Saturday; for other dates before December 12th. From US $ 15 or more, half price tickets are available by phone only for children aged 17 and under. Also available: In-person outdoor live broadcast at Jerry Moss Plaza at the Music Center on November 28 ($ 15, $ 30) and two live shows to watch at home on November 28 and December 1 ($ 30 each). (213) 972-8001.

“Carmina Escobar: Under the Shadow of the Sun”
The Los Angeles-based extreme vocalist and multidisciplinary artist presents the world premiere of this fabulous immersive installation that explores humanity’s relationship with the natural world. REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St., Downtown Los Angeles, 8:30 pm Thursday through Saturday. USD 13-25; virtual (Saturday only): $ 12, $ 15.

“Hard as a stone”
Luminario Ballet from Los Angeles returns with a concert featuring works by company founder Judith FLEX Helle and others. Avalon Hollywood, 1735 Vine Street, Hollywood. 19:45, Sunday. 35-125 US dollars; only age 21 and older.

“The Art of the Countertenor”
Countertenor Reginald Mobley joins early music ensemble Tesserae Baroque for works by Bach, Vivaldi, Handel and others. All Saints Episcopal Church, 504 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills. 17:00 Sunday. 10-30 dollars.

“Philosophers of Manet”
Three large-scale portraits of the 19th century French artist, one from the Norton Simon collection and two rented by the Art Institute of Chicago, will be on display from Friday to February 28th. Norton Simon Museum, 411 W. Colorado Blvd. , Pasadena. Closed, Tuesday-Wednesday. USD 12-15; students, active military and age 18 and under – free. (626) 449-6840.

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