PROFESSIONAL ARTS ON THE CAMPUS OF
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES

 

 

Saturday
Sep262015

Brigitte

photo credit: Dimitri Coste

The Alliance Française de Pasadena presentation

Platinum-selling French indie sister-duo Brigitte, known for their retro folk Parisian style, make their Luckman stage debut!

Brigitte’s hippie-chic sound combines influences from retro-folk, lounge-pop to French cabaret in this throwback ‘60s revivalist performance. In 2011, Brigitte released their first album Et vous, tu m’aimes? (Mister, Do You Love Me?)- selling over 200,000 copies and introduced us to their masterful blend of brass, strings and burning aloof chants. Aurélie Saada and Sylvie Hoarau explore elements of desire and drive with colorful words and whispering trills in this lavish Luckman debut.

 

Get close and mingle with the stars at our VIP 

after concert meet & greet reception.

Enjoy a selection of wine (Gerard Bertrand) and cheeses

Enjoy preferred seating with the 

best front-center seats in the house

(Also includes the pre-reception 

hosted by French Morning  with refreshments and snacks at 7pm) 

Limited tickets $50  

General admission concert only tickets $25 to $35  

 includes the pre-reception hosted by French  

Morning with refreshments and snacks at 7pm.

 

Tickets available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office.  

Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20
(in-person only at the Luckman Box Office)

 


Partners


Saturday
Sep262015

IDO TADMOR & ELWIRA PIORUN

Renowned Israeli choreographer and dancer Ido Tadmor is joined by celebrated Polish dancer Elwira Piorun for the Los Angeles premiere of two recent works produced in collaboration with choreographer Rachel Erdos. Ido Tadmor is the artistic director of the prestigious Israel Ballet and is the recipient of the Landau Prize for life achievement. Elwira Piorun is known for her unparalleled grace and elegance and was for many years the soloist at the Teatr Wielki - the Polish National Opera in Warsaw. Ido Tadmor and Elwira Piorun join forces to perform two duets entitled ‘Engage’ and ‘Rust.’ The works follow two lovers as they mature together as a couple. 

 

trailer from Ido TADMOR on Vimeo.

 

Tickets

General: $25, $35, $45

Available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office

Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20

(in-person only at the Luckman Box Office)

 

Saturday
Oct032015

PLAY IT AGAIN: THE MOVIE MUSIC OF WOODY ALLEN

The 2015 edition of PLAY IT AGAIN stars DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER, CATHERINE RUSSELL, a­nd TOM WOPAT. Music director Andy Farber, a long-time musician and arranger with Wynton Marsalis’ Lincoln Center Orchestra, leads an ensemble of virtuoso jazz and swing players. 

Woody Allen’s films reach deep inside the places that inspire people. A key ingredient is Woody Allen’s ability to enhance each film with music that brings them uniquely alive. Celebrate the collaboration between a great filmmaker and his passion for music with live performances by three of music's finest song interpreters along with one of the premier swing jazz ensembles in the world.

 

Tickets
General: $40, $50, $60
Available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office

Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20
(in-person only at the Luckman Box Office)

Saturday
Oct172015

BALLET FOLKLÓRICO DE MÉXICO

 

 The iconic Ballet Folklórico de Mexico de Amalia Hernández returns to the Luckman with a highly-anticipated repertory performance! Amalia Hernández founded the Ballet Folklórico de México in 1952, having embarked at a very early age on a never-ending quest to rescue the dancing traditions of Mexico. Six decades later, the company is admired as the best of its kind in the world. Ballet Folklórico de México has created more than forty ballets incorporating local dance traditions from some 60 regions of Mexico, presented more than 5,000 performances, and won more than 200 awards for artistic achievement. The company has a collective audience of more than 22 million people, one of those performances being for John F. Kennedy during his presidency. The company focuses on specific geographical areas and cultural areas in Mexico helping to highlight and celebrate the diverse and unique Mexican culture and present a realistic Mexican identity to a worldwide audience. 

 

Tickets
General: $25, $35, $45

Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20
(in-person only at the Luckman Box Office)

 

Tickets available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office

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