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Make Music Pasadena, Expecting 50,000 Fans in June, Announces Artists Lineup

Crowds exceeding 50,000 music fans are expected to attend Make Music Pasadena, the West Coast’s largest free music festival, on Saturday, June 11, from 11:00am until 11:00pm. This year’s festival lineup features performances by Atlas Genius, Bear Hands, The Mowgli’s, Small Black, Nahko and Medicine for the People, PAPA, James Supercave, Pr0files, Phantoms, The Dead Ships, HUNNY, CLARA-NOVA, Thee Commons, and many more. The all-day,…

Pittance Chamber Music Presents Showcase Concert Featuring Artists from the Grammy Award-Winning Los Angeles Opera Orchestra and Chorus

Pittance Chamber Music. Photo credit: Brenden-John Photography Pittance Chamber Music presents distinguished artists from the ranks of the Grammy Award-winning Los Angeles Opera Orchestra and Chorus in a program including works by Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms,…

Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles Rock the Pasadena Library

A rollicking hand-clapping and toe-tapping afternoon is in store as the Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles return to Pasadena Central Library’s Wright Auditorium for their Rock the Library Ceilidh Concert on Saturday, April 30 at 3:30…

Janet Klein and the Parlor Boys Relive Songs from the Early 20th Century

Janet Klein and the Parlor Boys will bring back the early 20th century jazz, Tin Pan Alley and vaudeville tunes when they perform at the Coffee Gallery Backstage on Saturday, April 30, 7:00 p.m. The…

Caltech Chamber Music Ensembles Present their Spring 2016 Chamber Music Concert at Caltech

Caltech Chamber Music Ensembles Present their Spring 2016 Chamber Music Concert at Caltech. These concerts will be Chamber Music Director Delores Bing’s last two on campus before her retirement this year The Mother’s Day Concert…

Saturday, April 30

Pasadena Symphony Closes Out its Blockbuster Season with a French-Themed Finale

Joyce Yang, piano. Photo courtesy Pasadena Symphony and Pops The Pasadena Symphony closes out its Singpoli Classics Series with Gershwin’s An American in Paris on…

Sunday, May 01

Restoration Concerts Presents The New Hollywood String Quartet

The Restoration Concerts will present the New Hollywood String Quartet – their Quartet in Residence – on Sunday, May 1st, 2016 in the historic Community…

Saturday, May 07

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, Led by Artistic Director Anne Tomlinson, Celebrates 30 Years of Making Magical Music at Spring Concert

The singular and angelic sound of the acclaimed Los Angeles Children’s Chorus (LACC) has been delighting audiences locally, abroad and on the airwaves for three…

Saturday, May 07

Caltech Bands Present the 36th Annual Bandorama

The Caltech-Occidental Concert Band and Caltech Jazz Band present their 36th Annual Bandorama at Ramo Auditorium on Saturday, May 7th at 8:00 p.m. The Concert…

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Toad the Wet Sprocket’s Glen Phillips, Albert Lee, and Barbara Morrison To Headline South Pasadena’s 8th Annual Eclectic Music Festival and Art Walk

Toad the Wet Sprocket Band l-r: Dean Dinning, Todd Nichols, Randy Guss and Glen Phillips. Albert Lee South Pasadena’s Eclectic Music Festival and Art Walk returns for its eighth year on Saturday, May 14. This year’s headliners include: Toad The Wet Sprocket frontman, Glen Phillips, GRAMMY award-winning guitarist Albert Lee, and legendary jazz singer Barbara Morrison. In addition, more than 30 musical acts have been confirmed to play across six stages plus performances at intimate venues around the city. The daylong event will also feature open houses at art galleries and studios. Other musical acts will include Laura Jean Anderson,…

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