INtroducing JAZZ AT NAZ

The Soraya has long been at the epicenter of Jazz—from CSUN’s nationally respected Jazz studies program, to The Soraya’s stellar reputation for Jazz programming. This year, we’re dialing up our investment in America’s one true original art form with our first annual, month-long jazz festival: Jazz at Naz. Our festival features five events including two major main stage performances plus three consecutive nights of The Soraya’s immersive Jazz Club -- hosted right on our stage, an intimate and immersive experience that has become a Soraya trademark.

JAZZ PASS
Starting at $199- more than 25% off!

Jazz Pass secures your seats for all five jazz artists, the complete line-up of innovators and icons - $299 for the Gold pass (Orchestra section for Wynton Marsalis and Gregory Porter, table seating for the 3 Jazz Club artists) and $199 for the Silver pass (Loge section/rise seating). Seating is limited! You’ll want to secure your Jazz Pass right away.

Buy a Jazz Pass

*Jazz Pass will only be available until February 5.


CREATE YOUR OWN SORAYA SERIES!
Choose 5 shows and save 20%

This spring, the stars are lined up to light up The Soraya stage!  With the freedom of our choose 5 offer, you can dance in the aisles, take in the soaring strains of stringed instruments, get your toes tapping with the fluid freedom of Jazz, and revel in the shape and motion of dance. When you choose your 5, you curate a series that ticks all your boxes!

Choose 5 and save!

How to Choose 5:

  • Login to your account using the email you have on file.
  • If you’ve forgotten your password, choose Forgot Password and you can create or be assigned a new one.
  • Unlock the Choose 5 or more offer by clicking the unlock button and entering the promo code CHOOSE5 (the last character is the number five, not the letters)
choose5promocode

Questions? Feel free to contact the box office at (818) 677-3000 or by emailing thesoraya@csun.edu

January 2022

Delirium Musicum Chamber Orchestra
With Artist-in-Residence Étienne Gara

YAMATO — The Drummers of Japan
Tenmei

Postponed
Broadway Celebrates The Soraya
Eden Espinosa, Joshua Henry, and Megan Hilty
Richard Kaufman, Music Director and Conductor
Performances are subject to change.

February 2022

Vadym Kholodenko

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

An Evening with Gregory Porter

Jazz Club
Gerald Clayton

Jazz Club
Gretchen Parlato

Jazz Club
Harold López-Nussa

Canceled
Russian National Orchestra
Mikhail Pletnev, piano
Kirill Karabits, Conductor

Ballet BC
GARDEN by Medhi Walerski
Pas de Deux from Romeo + Juliet by Medhi Walerski
The Statement by Crystal Pite
Performances are subject to change.

March 2022

Bach by Beltrami
Featuring violinists Sandy Cameron and Lucia Micarelli
Eric Byers, cello and Holly Sedillos, soprano with Delirium Musicum

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Joshua Bell, Music Director and violin

Martha Graham Dance Company
The New Canticle for Innocent Comedians
Janet Eilber, Artistic Director
Original Music by Jason Moran
Wild Up, Christopher Rountree, Conductor

Onstage Sessions Chamber Music
St. Lawrence String Quartet
Performances are subject to change.

April 2022

Silkroad Ensemble
Home Within
Kinan Azmeh & Kevork Mourad

Fires of Varanasi: Dance of the Eternal Pilgrim
Ragamala Dance Company
Ranee Ramaswamy & Aparna Ramaswamy, Artistic Directors

Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists
Haydn and Mozart Symphonies
Sir John Eliot Gardiner, conductor

Amir ElSaffar's Rivers of Sound Orchestra
Performances are subject to change.

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