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PACIFIC RESIDENT THEATRE'S SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES
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Date(s): 11/12/2017 to 12/10/2017
Time(s): 11/12 at 8:00pm, 11/19, 12/3, 12/10 at 7:00pm
Address: 705 Venice Blvd., Venice, 90291
Cost: General $30, Seniors $25, Students $20
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Pacific Resident Theatre’s Sunday Concert Series (in their new space, formerly Wanda’s Antique Store, next to the 703 Mainstage Theater), will be an eclectic endeavor: a musical salon curated by PRT and dedicated to bringing you live music and performers in an intimate setting. For your pleasure, light repast, desserts, and beverages will be available for purchase.
The Colburn School of Music – November 12 at 8pm
Artists from The Colburn School Honors String Quartet (Robert Demaine, coach) and Honors Brass Quintet (Danielle Ondarza, coach) perform works by Mozart, Bach, and Stravinsky, among others. An intimate evening of classical music from the romantic to the modern age, performed by some of the most talented young musicians in Los Angeles.
Adam Turney In Concert – November 19 at 7pm
This golden voiced young singer specializes in musical styles from pop and r&b to jazz and musical theater. He is proud to have been part of the nationally recognized collegiate a cappella group the UCLA Scattertones and while performing with them, had the opportunity to open in New York for the musical group Pentatonix.
Leena Culhane - Storm and the Fire – December 3 at 7pm
Leena is a musician, songwriter, and singer. Her work has an emphasis on poetry and soul in the tradition of Joni Mitchell and Judy Collins. Her second album, “Storm and the Fire” has just been released. She spends her time between Nashville and Los Angeles composing, playing and touring.
Chris Mulkey Band – December 10 at 7pm
A very special evening of blues straight from the backroads of country towns. Mulkey is a well known film actor, singer and songwriter. His musical influences include Robert Johnson, Lightning Hopkins, Elvis, Lucinda Williams and Bob Dylan.
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