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Camerata Pacifica Continues its “Why Beethoven?” Project with Performance of the Composer’s Septet in E-Flat Major

Via Facebook grab Camerata Pacifica kicks off the new year with a continuation of its ambitious “Why Beethoven?” project with a performance of the composer’s Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 20, Mozart’s Quintet for Piano & Winds in E-flat Major, K. 452, and Poulenc’s Sextet. Beethoven’s Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 20, for winds and string, was one of the composer’s most popular works during…

The Friends of Crowell Public Library Present High Definition Precision Healthcare is Coming

Hal Slavkin, Professor and Dean Emeritus from USC, returns to Crowell Library January 9th, with a new class about the recent advances in healthcare based on new understanding of the human genome. In six sessions,…

Pittance Chamber Music Presents Piano Quartets with Robert Thies

Pittance Chamber Music, known for featuring the extraordinary resident artists of the Los Angeles Opera pit and stage, presents Piano Quartets with Robert Thies, the second concert of the 2018/19 season taking place in Barrett…

The Langham Huntington Announces Its Perennially Popular Teddy Bear Tea for Little Ladies and Gentleman

The Langham Huntington is offering a luxurious mid-afternoon tea for little ladies and gentleman. This posh affair will give families the chance to get all dolled up and support a children’s charity this holiday season.…

Christmas Tree Lane Comes Alive with Lights

Altadena’s Christmas Tree Lane have lit up again for the holiday season after the volunteer Christmas Tree Lane Association hosted the 98th Annual Christmas Tree Lane Lighting Ceremony, and along with that the Winter Arts…

Tuesday, December 11

Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Holds Holiday Party Tuesday

The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce said today it will host its annual Holiday Party for members and friends at The Romanesque Room at 50 East…

Thursday, December 13

Armenian National Committee Announces Community Meeting in Pasadena to Discuss Potential New Vote Center Locations

Some lines were long at vote centers in Pasadena during last month's mid-term elections. Images via Twitter from @JaimeRLevy and @janellezara Pasadena voters will have…

Thursday, December 13

Sacred and Secular Holiday Music by Vox Feminae

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino is presenting “Holiday Music: Vox Feminae” Thursday, December 13, featuring the vocal ensemble Vox…

Saturday, December 15

Pasadena’s Cherished Holiday Concert Returns to All Saints Church with the Pasadena Symphony

Valarie Pettiford. Photo courtesy Pasadena Symphony & Pops The Pasadena Symphony’s annual Holiday Candlelight concert returns to All Saints Church on Saturday, December 15, 2018.…

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Paul Nicklen Comes to Pasadena

As a young boy Paul Nicklen moved to Baffin Island with his family and spent his childhood among the Inuit people. From them he learned a love of nature, the understanding of icy ecosystems, and the survival skills that have helped him become one of the most successful wildlife and nature photographers of our generation. A passionate advocate for polar and marine biodiversity, Nicklen has spent most of his adult life working in the Arctic and Antarctica. As a photojournalist working in some of Earth’s most remote and extreme environments, he faces incredible hardships and personal danger in pursuit of…

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