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  • CSUSB The Book of Longing by Philip Glass and Leonard Cohen
    Apr 26, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
    San Bernardino, 5500 University Pkwy, San Bernardino, CA 92407, USA
  • Hear Now 2023 Festival: Chamber Concert
    RSVP Closed
    Fri, Apr 14
    Los Angeles
    Apr 14, 7:00 PM – Apr 15, 7:00 PM
    Los Angeles, 2220 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057, USA
  • KCRW Partner Screening: ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’
    Feb 26, 5:00 PM
    Neuehouse Hollywood, 6121 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
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Tuesdays @MONK Space: Eyes Forward Featuring The Furies & Jordan Curcuruto

May 29, 2023

2:00 AM

Monk Space

In its second installment of its Emerging Artist Series, T@MS presents violin duo The Furies (Maiani da Silva and Kate Outterbridge) and percussionist and composer Jordan Curcuruto. Featured pieces include new works by Nina Shekhar, Jordan Curcuruto, and Jennifer Bewerse.


Jordan Curcuruto, percussion

  • Kurt Schwitters: Ursonate (1932)
  • Jordan Curcuruto: Munus (2020)
  • Christopher Adler: Zaum Box (2016)
  • Jordan Curcuruto: You babble a lot... (2023)

The Furies violin duo

  • Eve Beglarian: Did He Promise You Tomorrow (2017)
  • Jennifer Bewerse: Bloom (2020)
  • Nina Shekhar: Dark Red Sky (2020)
  • Anna Clyne: The Violin (2009)
  • Dolly Parton: Wildflowers (1987)
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CSUSB The Book of Longing by Philip Glass and Leonard Cohen

April 28, 2023

2:30 AM

San Bernardino

CSU San Bernardino gives a performance of Philip Glass and Leonard Cohen's The Book of Longing. The performance will be held in the Music Recital Hall in the Performing Arts Building at CSUSB. Tickets are available at

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CSUSB The Book of Longing by Philip Glass and Leonard Cohen

April 27, 2023

2:30 AM

San Bernardino

CSU San Bernardino gives a performance of Philip Glass and Leonard Cohen's The Book of Longing. The performance will be held in the Music Recital Hall in the Performing Arts Building at CSUSB. Tickets are available at

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Hear Now 2023 Festival: Chamber Concert

April 15, 2023

2:00 AM

Los Angeles

The HEAR NOW MUSIC FESTIVAL is pleased to announce HEAR NOW 2023, A Festival of New Music by Contemporary Los Angeles Composers, April 13 through 16, 2023.  The festival will present works by 24 composers with 12 premieres of electroacoustic, chamber music, and works involving more than one art form in a collaborative multidisciplinary concert. The festival will be held at 2220 Arts + Archives, 2220 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles 90057. Tickets are available on the Hear Now website,

This concert will feature music by Vera Ivanova, Joan Huang, William Kraft, Carolyn Chen, Peter Knell, and Arash Majd.

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KCRW Partner Screening: ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’

February 27, 2023

1:00 AM

Neuehouse Hollywood

KCRW and Apple Original films invite you to a special reception and Live Concert Screening of The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse with the Wordless Music Orchestra.

Charlie Mackesy’s bestselling book comes to life in this beautifully animated film from NoneMore and Bad Robot Productions. Follow the unlikely bond between four friends as they explore the meaning of kindness, courage and hope. The film, featuring Mackesy’s distinctive illustrations brought to life in full color with beautiful hand-drawn animation, stars BAFTA Award winner Tom Hollander as The Mole, SAG Award winner Idris Elba as The Fox, Golden Globe Award winner Gabriel Byrne as The Horse, and newcomer Jude Coward Nicoll as The Boy.

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Southland Ensemble: HARMONIUM

February 4, 2023

5:00 AM

FRANKIE Los Angeles

Doors open at 830pm, music starts at 9pm.

Come join us as we welcome in 2023 by performing 3 beautiful, expansive pieces by a composer whose work and legacy has greatly influenced so many of us in the Los Angeles experimental music community - James Tenney.

Harmonium 1 / In a large, open space / Harmonium 7


Christine Tavolacci & Eric KM Clark, co-directors of Southland Ensemble

Jennifer Bewerse, Natalie Brejcha, Joshua Gerowitz, Morgan Gerstmar, Heather Lockie, Michael Matsuno, William Roper, Cassia Streb, Marta Tiesenga, Dave Tranchina and Brian Walsh.

This event is made possible with support from #VaccinateAll58. Southland Ensemble stands in support of getting vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19. Please visit for more info.

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UCLA George Lewis

November 6, 2022

3:00 AM

Schoenberg Hall, UCLA

Join the Bent Frequency Duo (Jan Berry Baker, saxophone and Stuart Gerber, percussion) and friends for a night of music featuring George E. Lewis. The concert includes world premieres by George E. Lewis, emily koh, and Alvin Singleton.

For five decades, George E. Lewis has been at the forefront of the American New Music scene. Noted for his ferocious improvisations on trombone, early forays into computer music in the 1970s, and continued work in experimental music, Lewis has been a MacArthur Fellow, a Guggenheim Fellow, was named a fellow in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2015, and a corresponding fellow in the British Academy in 2016.

emily koh (b. 1986) is a Singaporean composer+ based in Atlanta, Georgia whose music reimagines everyday experiences by sonically expounding tiny oft-forgotten details, and explores binary states such as extremities/boundaries and activity/stagnation. She especially enjoys collaborating with creatives of other specializations.

Brooklyn-born Alvin Singleton has been hailed as a leading voice of his generation. His compositions have been played by scores of ensembles, including the Boston Symphony, the Rotterdam Philharmonic, and the Kronos Quartet. His fresh voice has been praised for its forthrightness and distinctiveness. "Singleton," said the LA Times, "wastes no notes on empty rhetoric; this music speaks, even with grand pauses, an expansive idiom."


George E. Lewis, Tuning In (2022)

Alvin Singleton, Every Next Day (2022)

emily koh, hyd(e)r0sion (2022)

George E. Lewis, Emergent (2013)

George E. Lewis, Assemblage (2013)

George E. Lewis, Shadowgraph, 5  for creative orchestra (1977)

Support for this program is generously provided in part by The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, The Center for Musical Humanities, the Nelson Fund, the Dobrow Fund, Robin Kelley, the Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History, Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA, and the Department of African American Studies.

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Unstuckness Practice

October 21, 2022

6:59 AM

On-Demand Viewing

Unstuckness Practice is a music film and visual art paring that pairing featuring work by Sharon Chohi Kim and Hellen Jo, two women who use their art-making practices to understand themselves and reject stereotypes about who they are or who they can be.

Chohi’s Unstuckness Practice is a music film that reflects on her journey to reconnect with her body and voice after feeling feeling physically numb from sexual trauma and vocally stuck from years of trying to act and sound white while performing in a Eurocentric, predominantly white opera world. In her film, she takes the physical gestures she developed in her unstuckness practice — trembling and shaking to “unstick” her voice and body — and weaves them into a film piece that creates space for communal healing.

The mail art is Heatwave by Hellen Jo. The themes of her illustrations, paintings, and comics center on Asian American girlhood, grossness, and body horror, depicting menacing girls and solemn women in a repeated exploration of her ideal self: “In tandem with my art, I eventually morphed from scared, angry teenager into slightly braver, angry woman, and as I move closer in life to my 'true self,' I try to discover who that is in my work: a powerful teenager who is cold, ruthless, incredibly strong and doesn't give a fuck.”

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ArtNight Pasadena

October 15, 2022

1:00 AM

Boston Court

Boston Court commissioned composer April Dawn Guthrie, choreographer Alexis Saenz, and playwright Matthew Paul Olmos to create short pieces in response to that question. Come see what they’ve created as we combine their music, dance, and monologue into one amazing performance.


6:45pm 7:30pm 8:15pm 9:00pm

Performances last approximately 20 minutes.

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Praxinoscope: Hours of the Day

October 13, 2022

2:30 AM

2220 Arts + Archives

Praxinoscope presents “Hours of the Day” — the latest installment in this quarterly event series — a group performance by artists of various disciplines and diverse artforms. Each Praxinoscope event features a curated selection of 12+ artists performing short works relating to a central theme — poetry, song, sound, video, comedy, plays and dance. Each performance presents a group artists whose work responds to an Open Call for Work: Video, Poetry, Performance Art, and Song.

Praxinoscope's selection of artists include: Rachel Whitfield, Saif Alsaegh, Xárene Eskandar, Jacqueline Young, Nina Sarnelle, D. Beveridge, Alisha Tejpal, Camille Ora-Nicole, Eneos Carka, Jennifer Bewerse, Cassia Streb, Nikki Ochoa, SoulStuf, Jessica Dillon, Karolina Lavergne, Kierunya Davis, Jason Rodriguez, Sabrina O'Reilly, Rayne, and Diosa Xochiquetzcóatl.

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