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Invest in the Audiences of the Future

   By Thor Steingraber   posted:  November 30, 2022

Please help fill our seats with young people for every performance. As an arts patron, there is nothing else that you could do that would be more impactful.

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Director Selects: An Interview with “All Is Calm” Director Peter Rothstein

   by Thor Steingraber   posted:  November 29, 2022

My taste in films is vast. I’m happy with a Hollywood blockbuster, and also watch a lot of foreign films and documentaries. I am not dissuaded by subtitles.

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Video-Game Music Composer Inon Zur Takes Spotlight at The Soraya

   by Debra Levine   posted:  November 15, 2022

When The Grammys™ added a brand-new category earlier this year—‘Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media’—it was in acknowledgment of musical excellence.

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Director Selects: An intro to the Suite from the video game Syberia:The World Before with composer Inon Zur and L.A. Jewish Symphony Maestra Noreen Green

   by Thor Steingraber   posted:  November 4, 2022

The last video game I played was Pac-Man. I recognize that video games capture more viewer hours worldwide than any other medium, but for me it’s a matter of how...

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A Titanic Debut of the Israel Philharmonic and Lahav Shani at The Soraya

   by Debra Levine   posted:  October 30, 2022

An invitation to perform at the Berlin Festival is an unassailable honor for a symphony orchestra. But in 1971, it caused heated internal debate at the Israel Philharmonic—and throughout the nation.

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Inextricably Linked by Vida Liu

   CSUN Art Galleries dept - Erika Ostrander   posted:  October 11, 2022

Inextricably Linked is an exhibition based on a Chinese Ancient Idiom - "A thousand thread and ten thousand pieces of shredded clothes (silk-ribbons) tangled together." It is a metaphor for...

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Malpaso y O’Farrill: The Soraya Celebrates Cubanísimo

   by Debra Levine   posted:  September 29, 2022

The havoc Hurricane Ian wreaked on the Caribbean and Florida, in an indirect way, nearly extended all the way to The Soraya’s stage.

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Ranchera Queen Aida Cuevas returns to her Soraya familia

   The Soraya Marketing   posted:  September 22, 2022

September 15 marked the first day of National Hispanic Heritage month — 31 days of celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans who are from, or who descend from...

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A Full-Circle Jazz Moment

   Reggie Quinerly   posted:  September 15, 2022

When the Joshua Redman Quartet takes the stage at the Soraya, audiences will witness a full-circle moment that has been decades in the making.

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CSUN Alumni - A Return Home

   The Soraya Marketing   posted:  August 15, 2022

With students returning to CSUN campus, we thought we would highlight two notable and musically gifted CSUN alumni who are returning to their alma mater for a special performance on...

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