2019-20 Student Matinee & Master Class Series
Contact Dr. Anthony Cantrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (818) 677-8847 for inquiries about these performances. Please note that the dates and times are subject to change for the following events.
2019-20 Student Matinee Series
Ballet Folklórico de Los Ángeles and Mariachi Garibaldi
The nation's premier Mexican folk dance company and Mariachi ensemble.
LA Opera: The Marriage of Figueroa
A celebration of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, the story is set at the beautiful (and fictional) Mission Aguas Frescas where a wedding celebration for the powerful (and real) governor of Upper California, General José Figueroa, is underway.
Jason Moran: Scoring Selma
Jazz great Jason Moran kicks off Black History Month with an in-depth conversation with students about scoring Selma, the powerful film capturing one of the most pivotal moments in the Civil Rights Era.
Step Afrika!: Selections from Drumfolk
Acclaimed African American dance company Step Afrika! brings selections from their new show, Drumfolk, to The Soraya that traces more than a century of rhythms, right up to present-day beatboxing.
Ballet BC: Romeo and Juliet (Invited Dress Rehearsal)
The world-class ballet company from Canada's west coast injects a timeless story with fresh vigor and stunning poetic images, set to Prokofiev's score.
Niv Ashkenazi: Violins of Hope
The Soraya’s first-ever Artist in Residence Niv Ashkenazi will present a special concert for the Violins of Hope Arts Education program. This concert will be the culminating event for schools who participate in the Summer Arts Institute and Violins of Hope workshops offered throughout the school year.
Artist in Residence Niv Ashkenazi is generously sponsored by the Labowe Family Foundation
The vibrancy, emotion, and heart-pounding beat of Hindi cinema comes to the stage with Bollywood Boulevard. With dance, live music, storytelling, and stunning visuals, the show takes us on a journey from the birth of Hindi cinema to present day.