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Presented by Dwight Trible, Executive Director @ STAGE -+ w/ JW MC Jeffrey Winston, Master of Ceremony, Jazz Historian 'n Philanderist @ no extra charge ~.September 2017 .Fri., 29th - KEVIN TONEYNaima (LAWeakly pic. used "is over 30 years old" & easy…See More
"Fri. Sept. (22) -- Returning home from a German sojourn, saxist Fuasi pays tribute to Hank Mobley, Cannonball Adderley and other '60s composers with a crack band featuring trumpeter Nolan Shaheed, pianist Tateng Katindig, bassist…"
Angelus Plaza presents its Annual Latin American Heritage Festival ~The celebration will be held in the in the fourth floor auditorium.* (Location Update) "back-in the Hill Street Courtyard Yeah!" - O-! Louie Cruz Beltran, a charismatic entertainer and gifted percussionist, will feature his rousing rhythms. Louie’s major influences include, Mexican and West Indian folk music, Gospel, Contemporary R&B, Salsa and the Great American Songbook. Mr. Beltran has performed with Ray Barretto,…See More
"Weekly Best Bet 4 Live Jazz in L.A. – What’s Hot
Friday 9/22 – Saxophonist Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq (FUASI und Ensenble)
Saturday 9/23 – The SOJ Quartet plays a tribute to John Coltrane (sub. "Big" RALPH GIBSON…"
September 9, 2017 at 3pm to October 15, 2017 at 3pm
This sublimely witty and provocative play, written and directed by Argentine playwright Arístides Vargas, was triply inspired by the classic novel “El Quixote” by Cervantes, “The Truth About Sancho Panza” by Franz Kafka, and testimonies from Chicho Vargas and other political prisoners held in Rawson Prison during Argentina’s “Dirty War” of the 1970s. Jesus Castaños Chima and Tony Durán reprise their roles as political prisoners who are allowed to interact with one another for one hour a week —…See More