Tag: At The Soraya
Time Traveling with Martha Graham, at The Soraya
When Martha Graham placed a single bare foot—famously small, her feet had enviable high arches—on the stage of New York’s 48th Street Theater in her 1926 debut as an independent...
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Ginny Mancini 1924-2021
Ginny Mancini was impeccable – stylish, glamorous, kind, worldly, and generous. So many here in Los Angeles, and far beyond, benefitted from her philanthropy, including The Soraya.
Sonic Boom: The Police, Reimagined, at The Soraya
No band electrified audiences in the 1970s and ‘80s like The Police. Omnipresent on the airwaves, they had arenas pulsing across the globe. Punk energy unpinned by jazz figures, reggae rhythms and symphonic aspirations made The Police the defining New Wave band.
From Stravinsky to Dylan to The Soraya
This is a moment built upon the steadfast commitment of many. As we reopen, everyone should take a bow. And though the pandemic may yet have twists and turns, may theaters and concert halls remain open to offer some modicum of healing that goes beyond the realm of medicine.
A Glance Backward as We Move Forward
A year has passed since we closed The Soraya and retreated to the safety of our homes.
2020–21 Virtual Highlights
We’re so happy we connected with so many of you in the safety of your homes during the past year with our online programs. Here are a few of our...
A Tribute to Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
It was a gem of a dance company: a sleek, risk-taking, youthful, uber-trained crew of mega-movers. Anna Kisselgoff, writing in The New York Times, called them “A breath of fresh air!”
A Brief History of The Soraya
From breaking ground for construction to celebrating the 10th anniversary, we take a look back at significant moments at The Soraya.
Building The Soraya — From Construction to Curtain Call
Persevering in the face of challenges is part of our DNA — a two-decade quest for a site, a fundraising campaign interrupted by the Great Recession, and construction stalled by...
Celebrating Milt and Debbie Valera on Giving Tuesday
In a year with so many challenges, there are a few bright spots that will be long remembered.