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The brilliance was there from the start. At age 11, Juan Manuel Fernández Montoya, the reigning superstar of flamenco who performs under the sobriquet of Farruquito, appeared in Carlos Saura’s...
During the 2019 Ticketmaster Arts Summit, Sept. 23-25, the company honored four event venues for their commitment to diversity, advocacy, innovation, and sustainability.
STORY: Frankie Avalon – Three Generations of Music, Television, and Motion PicturesRelive your favorite memories of the Original Teen Idol
If you can’t remember a time when Frankie Avalon wasn’t a part of your life, you aren’t alone.
STORY: Cuban Pianist Chucho Valdés — Even at Age 77, his Father and Native Island Live Inside his Music
The cutting-edge 1970s Cuban jazz-fusion band, Irakere, gave the world Paquito D’Rivera on saxophone, Arturo Sandoval on trumpet, and Chucho Valdés, the legendary pianist who will front a four-piece ensemble...
When Astor Piazzolla, Argentina’s paramount composer and bandoneon player, introduced his revolutionary quintet of the 1960s, tango adherents didn’t embrace his innovation. Fistfights, even death threats, were not uncommon.
On September 19th, we opened our 2019-20 season with a sold-out performance featuring the venerable Itzhak Perlman. It was a night unlike any other.
On July 25 and 26, 2019, The Soraya welcomed 50 K-12 educators to the 8th Annual Summer Arts Institute, featuring the center’s most ambitious arts education project, the Violins of Hope.
On September 19, 2019, The Soraya opens its first 2019-20 Season exhibit by Mark Holtzman, an aerial photographer based in the San Fernando Valley and a CSUN alumnus.
Welcome to The Soraya Stage, the official blog for the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts (The Soraya). This new platform will feature behind-the-scenes stories, videos, and photos.