Archive: February, 2020

8 Reasons Why Joshua Bell is a Soraya Favorite

   Joey Solano   posted:  34 days ago

From child prodigy to Dancing with the Stars, three-time Grammy winner Joshua Bell returns to The Soraya on March 4th with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields.

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Ta Ta Ta...Duh: Beethoven's 5th in Popular Culture

   Ricki Quinn   posted:  40 days ago

Written between 1804 and 1808, "Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Opus 67" is recognizable from the first notes.

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Ballet BC's Creative Team discuss Romeo + Juliet

   Victoria Looseleaf   posted:  43 days ago

Since it was first written and performed in 1596, Shakespeare's indelible classic, Romeo and Juliet — the doomed romance of two teenagers from feuding families — is possibly the most...

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Artist to Artist: La Marisoul X Camila MezaCamila Meza performs at The Soraya Mar 7!

   Ricki Quinn   posted:  43 days ago

Camila Meza, equally prized as a vocalist, guitarist, and composer, has brought a sound full of warmth, intricacy and rhythmic clarity to the jazz scene ever since her arrival from...

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Meet the cast of Ballet BC's Romeo + Juliet

   Ricki Quinn   posted:  49 days ago

Ballet BC's Romeo + Juliet returns to the stage after the show's highly acclaimed premiere in 2018.

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Mavis Staples: A Message at The Soraya

   Ruth Adkins Robinson   posted:  54 days ago

Mavis Staples has a message. It has been there down through the decades, as she soared across musical styles and genres, collecting friends, fans and contemporaries all across the globe.

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A Personal Relationship with BeethovenFebruary, 2020

   Thor Steingraber   posted:  56 days ago

We’re about halfway through our Beethoven concerts. There were six altogether — 1 solo piano recital, 1 chamber concert, 2 concertos, and 2 symphonies.

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