Musco Center for the Arts (Page 2)

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Challenging conventions and expectations, Black Violin combines classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound called “classical boom.” The Grammy®-nominated violin and viola duo Kev Marcus and Wil B merge string arrangements with modern beats to overcome stereotypes and encourage people of all ages, races, and economic …continue reading

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Heartbeat of Mexico, now in its fifth year, caps Musco Center’s free @THEMUSCO-Online series with two free events that bring the spirit of the annual community festival into individual homes. This celebration of Mexican-American art and culture is presented with our longtime collaborators, the Chapman Latinx Staff and Faculty Forum. …continue reading

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Dance-makers and educators Tomas Tamayo (Chapman University), Hiroko Hojo, Dulce Capadocia, and Malathi Iyengar (Rangoli Dance Company) engage in an in-depth conversation exploring the rich global tradition of non-western movement such as Bharatanatyam, Philippine Dance, Balinese and Javanese dance drama. Through performance selections, these Asian artists illustrate the American intersections …continue reading

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Artists, creatives, and diverse thought-leaders who champion the art of connection shine this spring with @THEMUSCO’s latest batch of free online talks and performances. Join together with artists and the Orange County arts community in real-time with this eclectic mix of dynamic offerings surrounding the themes of cultural equity and …continue reading

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It was just four years ago – on March 19, 2016 – that Musco Center for the Arts opened its doors, welcomed its first audiences, and began a remarkable rise into the top ranks of our region’s – and nation’s – concert halls and performing arts venues. The past four …continue reading

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Kishi Bashi, whose radiant, uplifting soundscapes have been hailed as “pocket symphonies steeped in classical playing and 21st Century pop,” returns to perform songs from Omoiyari, his latest recording and upcoming documentary film, and “greatest hits” from the composer-musician’s previous albums. Kishi Bashi, whose Musco Center appearances in recent years …continue reading