Concerts By City - Los Angeles County

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Bellflower Summer Streetfest 2005 - Concerts, farmers market and vendors are on Bellflower Blvd. between Flower and Oak from 6 - 9 p.m. Information: (562) 804-1424 x2552 or http://www.bellflower.org/

  • September 1 - Cold Duck (Pop/R&B)

  • September 8 - The Answer (Classic Rock)

September 24 - 1st Annual Apple Harvest Festival. The Bellflower Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the city's first annual Apple Harvest Festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Bellflower along Bellflower Boulevard. The event features apple baking contests for pies or cobblers, and for preserves, jam or butter. There will also be a pie eating contest, beer garden, food booths, vendors and crafts. Peter Tilden of KZLA Radio will serve as the event emcee from 1 - 3 p.m., and music will be provided by Dave Storm and the Thunder Creek Band. Information: (562) 867-1744 or http://www.bellflowerchamber.com/

September 24 - Music on the Plaza. - Caravana (Latin/Pop). Summer concert series is in Town Center Plaza every fourth Saturday of the month from 7 - 9 p.m. Town Center Plaza is off Bellflower Blvd. between Oak and Belmont. Bring lawn chairs. Information: (562) 804-1424 x2268 or http://www.bellflower.org/.


September 2 - Friday Concerts in the Plaza. Three Blind Mice (Jazz). Performance begins at 6 p.m. in the Liberty Park Plaza, 19211 Studebaker Road. Information: (562) 916-8565 or http://www.ci.cerritos.ca.us/

September 11 - Partriots Day Remembrance Ceremony and Patriotic Concert. The City of Cerritos will host a special Remembrance Ceremony and Patriotic Concert in honor of the victims and heroes involved in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The event will take place at the Cerritos Civic Center, 18125 Bloomfield, from about 4:45 - 6 p.m. There will be a short musical prelude at 4:45, the ceremony, and a 30 - 40 minute concert. Information: (562) 865-8101 or http://www.ci.cerritos.ca.us/

September 30 - Ukulele Festival Opening Night Concert. Friday night is Ukulele Club Night. Come and support your favorite Ukulele Club as they play in a free concert from 5:30 - 9 p.m. at the Cerritos Park East Community Center, 13234 E. 16th Street (between Carmenita and Shoemaker). Information: (562) 407-2611, (714) 826-9204, http://www.ukulelefestival.org/http://www.ci.cerritos.ca.us/


There are no listings for City of Industry this month.

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August 28 - Fiesta La Ballona - Part two of weekend celebration. Main stage acts from noon - 5 p.m. include at noon: Sangoma (World/Family), at 1:15: Tom Nolan Band (R&B), at 2:45: Rockit Scientists, at 3:45: Joel Penner Sextet (Standards/Jazz), and at 5 p.m.: Mother Jones Band (Rock 'n Roll/Jam Band). Also performances on community stage from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Rides, carnival games, etc for fee at event. Information: (310) 253-5762, http://www.fiestalaballona.org/, or http://www.ci.culver-city.ca.us/.

Culver City Summer Sunset Music Festival - Concerts begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday nights at the Culver City City Hall courtyard, 9770 Culver Boulevard (at Duquesne). Information: (310) 253-5762, www.culvercitymusic.org/, or www.ci.culver-city.ca.us/.

  • September 1 - Odara (Afro-Cuban)

  • September 8 - Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys (Cajun - last concert of season)


There are no listings for Diamond Bar this month.


There are no listings for Downey this month.


September 3 - 5 - Labor Day Fiesta Hermosa. - Arts and crafts, cantina, two stages of live music and beer and wine garden each day of Labor Day weekend. Fiesta is from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. at Pier/Hermosa Avenues; Pier Avenue stage is at Pier/Strand, and Beer Garden Stage is at 11th Street/Beach Drive. See website for full entertainment schedule. Free parking at Northrop Grumman lot and free shuttle all day, or park at Mira Costa High School and take free Wave shuttle bus. Information: (310) 376-0951 or http://www.fiestahermosa.com/.

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There are no listings for La Habra Heights this month.


October 1 - Annual Celebration in the Park. Annual turn-of-the-century Victorian-themed fair celebrates the city's heritage. The event will be held at Neff Park (San Cristobal Dr./San Esteban Dr.) from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Includes historic demonstrations (quilting, woodworking, lace making, etc.), Red Wagon parade, victorian tea garden, antique car show, pony rides and more. Entertainment includes a puppet show, mime performer, swing dancers and the Dapper Dans Barbershop Quartet. Information: (562) 943-7277 or http://www.cityoflamirada.org/

** La Mirada Symphony concert season begins October 29! **


September 11 - Lakewood Patriot Day Concert - Concert will be held from 4 - 6:30 p.m. in Del Valle Park, 5939 Henrilee Street at Woodruff. Fourth annual concert features the American Winds Concert Band, conducted by Larry Curtis, and guest vocalists. "American Rhapsody" performance of familiar patriotic tunes and American classics. Information: (562) 866-9771 or www.lakewoodcity.org/recreation


September 14 - El Dorado Nature Center Summer Concerts - Cultural Rhythms series continues with a Mexican Independence Day celebration. Doors open at 6:30, concert is from 7 - 8 p.m. at the El Dorado Park Nature Center, 7550 E. Spring Street. Bring low-back chairs or blankets and an earth-friendly picnic dinner. The center requests no styrofoam use, please. Information: (562) 570-1745, http://www.lbparks.org/ or www.longbeach.gov/park/facilities/parks/el_dorado_regional_park.asp

Shark Lagoon Nights at the Aquarium of the Pacific - Shark Lagoon Nights lets all ages enjoy live music while observing the sharks at Harbor Terrace. Please note: the Aquarium itself is not open during this time. Only the Shark Lagoon and restaurant/gift shop areas are open for the evening from 6 - 9 p.m. Music is from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. on Friday nights (except Sept. 23). Admission is free, food/drinks for purchase. Aquarium address is 100 Aquarium Way. Information: (562) 590-3100 or http://www.aquariumofthepacific.org/

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September 3 - Drum Downtown! - Drum circles (an informal music-making experience) will be held on September 3 from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at the Music Center Plaza, Grand Avenue between First and Temple Streets. Hand drums, shakers, tambourines and other percussion instruments will be provided, and those attending are also welcome to bring their own. Information: (213) 972-3660 or http://www.musiccenter.org/.

Dance Downtown! - Put on your dancing shoes and come to the Music Center Plaza for dancing in the moonlight on the loveliest nights of the year. Evenings begin with a beginner dance lesson (first come, first served) at 6:30 p.m. Live music from 7:15 - 10 p.m. Admission is free and a wooden dance floor is provided. A different type of dance is taught each week. Information: (213) 972-3660 or http://www.musiccenter.org/

  • September 16 - Dance Style TBA

  • September 30 - Dance Style TBA

Grand Performances - The summer series includes weekend evening performances, several Friday noon concerts, and some Sunday afternoon matinees for children and their families. All shows are at California Plaza in downtown Los Angeles on Grand Street next to the Museum of Contemporary Art. Information: For weekly schedule updates, call (213) 687-2159 or visit http://www.grandperformances.org/.

  • August 28 - 3 p.m. - Hsiao Hsi Yuan Puppet Theater

  • September 9 - Noon - noJazz (Contemporary Jazz)

  • September 16 - Noon - Mariachi Divas (All-Female Mariachi)

  • September 23 - Noon - I See Hawks in L.A. (Country)

  • September 30 - Noon - Orchestre Surreal

Weekly - Midday Organ Recital at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral - Free half-hour organ recitals take place most Wednesdays at 12:45 p.m. (after the noon mass). Cathedral address is 555 W. Temple Street (near the 101 Freeway). Information: (213) 680-5200 or http://www.olacathedral.org/.

Pershing Square Summer Concert Series - Concerts take place on Tuesday and Thursday from noon - 2 p.m. in Pershing Square (Olive/5th), and on every third Sunday from 3 - 5 p.m. Tuesdays are Tribute Tuesdays and Sundays are Salsa Sundays. Information: (213) 847-4970 or visit www.laparks.org/pershingsquare/concerts.htm.

  • August 30 - California Jammin' (Radio Hits)

  • September 1 - Just Off Turner (Alternative)

  • September 6 - Dr. Wu (Steely Dan Tribute)

  • September 8 - Bonne Musique Zydeco

  • September 13 - Dina D'Allesandro (Acoustic)

  • September 15 - Bob Malone (Blues)

  • September 18 - Salsa Sunday with Son Cobano (Salsa Cubana) from 3 - 5 p.m.

  • September 20 - Elissa Lala (Jazz)

  • September 22 - Groove & Soul Orchestra (Funk/Soul)

  • September 27 - Dalton Grant (Modern Rock)

  • September 29 - Soda and His Million Piece Band (New Swing)


September 16 - 18 - Mexican Independence Day Celebration on Olvera Street. Events include music, art, film, food, exhibits, festivities and other cultural activities for the entire family. Hours are Friday noon - 10 p.m., Saturday noon - 10 p.m. and Sunday noon - 9 p.m. Information: (213) 485-8372 or http://www.olvera-street.com/

September 22 - 25 - 32nd Annual Los Angeles Korean Festival - The Festival takes place over four days at Seoul International Park, 3250 San Marino Street (near Normandie/Olympic). This year's theme is "Celebration of Excellence." Schedule varies from day to day but includes market fair, world culture/stage performances, Korean parade (Saturday 3 p.m.), 3rd World Culture Talent Show (Friday) and more. Also games and carnival rides (for fee). In addition to commemorating the 100th year of Korean immigration, the festival is a means for people to come together, share cultures and get a better understanding of their fellow neighbors. Hours are 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. See website for full schedule and details. Information: (213) 487-9696 or http://www.lakoreanfestival.com/.

September 24 - World City Performance Series - The family performance series returns with Geri Keams and the Git-Hoan Dancers. Storyteller Geri Keams honors her Native American tradition of remembering and carrying on the ancient tribal stories, chants and legends. Git-Hoan Dancers use hand-carved masks, headdresses and skin and wood drums to illuminate the Pacific Northwest traditions of the Tsimshian. This month's World City is part of the World Festival of Sacred Music. World City concerts are performances celebrating the diversity of cultural traditions in Los Angeles. Performances are at 11 a.m., 12:30 and 2 p.m. in the outdoor W.M. Keck Foundation Children's Amphitheater at the Walt Disney Concert Hall (2nd/Grand). Information: (213) 250-ARTS or www.musiccenter.org/education.

WORLD FESTIVAL OF SACRED MUSIC - The World Festival of Sacred music takes place from September 17 - October 2 in a number of locations throughout Southern California. The following are free events taking place in Los Angeles. Further listings are available in the information for cities in which the events are taking place.

September 23 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event (Los Angeles/Hollywood). An evening of Kirtan at the Self-Realization Fellowship Hollywood Temple. The Self Realization Fellowship warmly welcomes the public to experience the spiritually uplifting power of Kirtan - devotional chanting in a peaceful setting. The SRF monastic order leads a participatory journey into the mystical sound of kirtans in English, Sanskrit, Hindi and Bengali, accompanied by harmonium, tabla, cymbals, tanpura and bells. Founded in 1942, the Hollywood Temple was one of the principal places where Paramahansa Yogananda led his services and is now considered a place of pilgrimage for devotees of the Self-Realization Fellowship. Information: (323) 661-8006. (323) 225-2471, http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/ or http://www.yogananda-srf.org/

September 24 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event. Alchemy Handbell Ensemble. A family afternoon of hands-on workshops and a concert of "hands on bells." The Alchemy Handbell Ensemble, led by Boude Moore, returns to perform in the newly-renovated Barnsdall Gallery Theater. The ringing of bronze-cast bells tuned to different pitches offers intricate melodic patterns and tones reminiscent of the sweet pure sounds of English church tower bells. The event provides an opportunity to participate in demonstrations at the Junior Arts Center with the Alchemy Handbell Ensemble in the afternoon as well as visit the Municipal Art Gallery exhibits. The full performance in the Gallery Theater will take place at 7 p.m. Student workshops will be held at 3:45, 4:30 and 5:15 p.m. All events are in the Barnsdall Junior Arts Center Gallery and Gallery Theater, 4800 Hollywood Boulevard. Information: (323) 644-6275, (323) 644-6295, or http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/

September 24 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event. Mystical Persian Music and Soulful African American Spirituals from the Lian Ensemble and the Gwen Wyatt Chorale. The program of the Lian Ensemble features original work and improvisations that draw on Persian classical music, Sufi poetry and postmodern jazz. The multi-ethnic Gwen Wyatt Chorale excels in its interpretations of traditional spirituals and contemporary gospel music of jubilation and liberation. The performance is at 4 p.m. at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2230 W. Jefferson Boulevard. Information: (323) 292-9227 x2, http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/, http://www.gwenwyattchorale.com/, or http://www.lianrecords.com/

September 24 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event. Watts Tower Day of the Drum Festival. The 24th Annual Day of the Drum Festival is dedicated to the traditional role of drumming in human societies and features an adventurous and virtuosic repertoire from African, Asian, Native American, South American, Caribbean and European drummers. The event takes place at the Watts Tower Arts Center, 1727 E. 107th Street, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Information: (213) 847-4646, http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/ or www.culturela.org/events/index.html

September 25 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event. Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festival. The 29th Annual Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festival is a celebration of jazz - one of America's most sacred traditions. With music from gospel and blues to Latin jazz and avant garde, the festival musicians join forces to present a program that explores the heritage and vitality of this enduring art form. The festival will take place from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. at the Watts Towers Art Center, 1727 E. 107th Street. Information: (213) 847-4646, http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/ or www.culturela.org/events/index.html

September 29 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event. Of Melodies Old: New Works by the APPEX Ensemble. Recasting traditional melodies and rhythms into new sounds and textures, and adapting musical styles in a joyful collaboration that speaks of collapsing boundaries and exploring new frontiers, the event features internationally renowned artists from Asia and the United States. Artists performing include: Abhijit Banerjee, table maestro from India, I Dewa Putu Berata, master Indonesian percussionist from Bali, Kenny Endo, taiko drummer from Hawaii, Kyaw Kyaw Naing, leading exponent of the pat waing (circle drum) of Burma, Qi-Chao Liu, Chinese wind instrumentalist from Los Angeles, and Emiko Susilo, world-class vocalist from Bali/USA. The event will take place from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the Japanese American Museum Plaza, 369 East First Street (corner of First and Central Avenue). Information: (213) 625-0414, http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/ or http://www.janm.org/

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Friday Night Jazz at LACMA - Concerts are from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the outdoor Los Angeles Times Central Court of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard. Admission to the museum's regular (non-ticketed) exhibits is also free after 5 p.m. Information: (323) 857-6000 or http://www.lacma.org/.

  • September 2 - Art Davis Quintet

  • September 9 - Lanny Morgan Sextet

  • September 16 - Sara Leib Quartet

  • September 23 - Don Preston Quartet

  • September 30 - Bennie Maupin Quartet

"Sundays Live" Chamber Music Series - Concerts are at 6 p.m. in the Leo S. Bing Theater, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd. They are also broadcast live on KMZT-FM, 105.1 K-MOZART. Information: (323) 857-6234 or http://www.sundayslive.org/.

  • August 28 - Ruslan Birykov (cello) and Mary Au (piano) perform Beethoven, Debussy and Shostakovich

  • September 4 - Endre Balogh, Steven Gordon, and Genevieve Lee, piano trio

  • September 11 - Bing Wang, violin, and Joanne Pearce Martin, piano, perform Barber and Debussy

  • September 18 - Members of Chamber Music Palisades

  • September 25 - Pianist Maria Lomazov performs John Rogers, Beethoven and Chopin


USC Thornton School of Music Performances - Performances are in the Alfred E. Newman Recital Hall or Bovard Auditorium on the U.S.C. campus (see individual events). Information: (213) 740-2584 or http://www.usc.edu/music.

  • September 12 - Pamela Goldsmith, viola and Bryan Pezzone, piano. Music by Bach, Beethoven, Dahl and Bacewicz. (Alfred Newman Recital Hall, 7:30 p.m.)

  • September 18 - Wind Ensemble, H. Robert Reynolds, principal conductor and Sharon Lavery, resident conductor. "Mostly American" music by Piston, Milhaud, and faculty composer Morton Lauridsen. (Bovard Auditorium, 4 p.m.)

  • September 23 - Dennis Trembly, double bass, Midori, violin, and Kevin Fitz-Gerald, piano. Dedicated to the memory of David Walker. (Alfred Newman Recital Hall, 8 p.m.)

  • September 25 - Brian Head, guitar, Paula Fehrenbach, cello, and Mark Menzies, violin. (Alfred Newman Recital Hall, 7 p.m.)

  • September 27 - Peter Marsh, violin, Daniel Rothmuller, cello, and Kevin Fitz-Gerald, piano. Music by Mozart, Prokofiev and Brahms. (Alfred Newman Recital Hall, 7:30 p.m.)

  • September 29 - Frank Potenza, guitar and Shelly Berg, piano. Selections from their new release. (Alfred Newman Recital Hall, 7:30 p.m.)

September 8 - NFL Opening Kickoff Concert. Multi-platinum recording artists Good Charlotte and 17-year-old pop singer Rihanna will join Maroon 5 and Kanye West for a free concert at the site of the NFL's first Super Bowl - the Los Angeles Coliseum - as a part of the NFL Opening Kickoff presented by Sprint. There will also be video footage from the Rolling Stones "A Bigger Bang" world tour. The concert will take place outside the Coliseum. Gates will open at 2:30 p.m. and music and festivities will run through 6 p.m. Also participating will be 24 NFL greats including Marcus Allen and pro football Hall-of-Famers plus the USC Marching Band. Information: www.nfl.com/kickoff

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Getty Center Garden Concerts for Kids - Getty Garden Concerts for kids take place on three weekends in August. No reservations are necessary, and performances take place in the Central Garden at 4 p.m. Parking at the Getty is $7. Information: (310) 440-7300 or http://www.getty.edu/.

  • August 28 - Jose-Luis Orozco (Bilingual children's recording artist and author)

Friday Nights at the Getty - Performances take place in the Harold M. Williams Auditorium of the Getty Center at 7:30 p.m. Performances are free, but reservations are required. Limit of four seats per reservation. Parking at the Getty is $7. Information: (310) 440-7300 or http://www.getty.edu/.

  • September 16 - Celebrated Los Angeles poet Kamau Daaood and musician David Ornette Cherry collaborate on an evening of spirited poetry and eclectic musical soundscapes both acoustic and electronic.

  • September 30 - Maria Gillespie, choreographer and artistic director of Los Angeles-based dance company Oni Dance, premieres her newest work Bandits. A suite of dances, Bandits investigates how individuals influence, inspire and challenge one another.

Saturday Afternoon Concerts at the Skirball Cultural Center's Cafe Z - Performances take place from noon - 2 p.m. in the Center's Cafe Z. Reservations are not necessary. Information: (310) 440-4500 or http://www.skirball.org/.

  • September 10 - Angelo Metz's Brazilian Ensemble (Brazilian Jazz)

  • September 17 - Dos Vientos (Flamenco). This show will be followed by a free screening of the movie "I'll Sing for You." (See website for details.)

  • September 24 - Nativa (Argentine Folk)

  • Oct. 1 - Los Angeles Choro Ensemble (Brazilian Acoustic)


Manhattan Beach Summer Concert Series - Concerts are on Sundays from 5 - 7 p.m. in Polliwog Park, Manhattan Beach Blvd./Peck Ave. Information: (310) 802-5400 or http://www.ci.manhattan-beach.ca.us/

  • August 28 - BackBeat (Beatles Tribute)

  • September 4 - Upstream (Reggae - last concert of season)

September 18 - Manhattan Beach Arts Festival - A cultural event for all ages which features live musical performances, dance instruction, street performers, and art workshops. Food available for purchase. Festival takes place from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Manhattan Beach Boulevard between Highland and Valley. Information: (310) 802-5440, (310) 802-5407 or http://www.ci.manhattan-beach.ca.us/


Fisherman's Village Weekend Concerts - Concerts are every Saturday and Sunday from 1 - 4 p.m. at Fisherman's Village, 13755 Fiji Way. Free parking for the first two hours, no purchase necessary (request validation at any store). Information: (310) 823-5411 or http://www.beaches.co.la.ca.us/.

  • August 28 - Eric Byak Project

  • September 3 - Bob Griffin and Friends (Blues)

  • September 4 - Michael Raye (Soul)

  • September 10 - Eric Vincent and the Diamond Cutters (Neil Diamond tribute)

  • September 11 - Swing Syndicate (Swing)

  • September 17 - Monica Burnett (Soft Rock)

  • September 18 - Sullivan Hall Band (R&B)

  • September 24 - Chris Glik (Tropical Jazz)

  • September 25 - Bonne Musique Zydeco

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September 17 - 16th of September (Mexican Independence Day) Celebration - Fiesta takes place from 1 - 7 p.m. on the Norwalk Civic Center lawn, 12700 Norwalk Boulevard. Performance by the Susie Hansen Latin Band from 5 - 7 p.m. Also includes Arco Iris Art Gallery, children's play area, games, contests, food vendors and more. Program will include the presentation of Miss 16th of September and Court and the reading of El Grito. Information: (562) 929-5544 or http://www.ci.norwalk.ca.us/


There are no listings for Puente Hills/Rowland Heights this month.


Redondo Beach Pier Concert Series - Concerts are every Tuesday and Saturday from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Redondo Beach Pier. Also special Labor Day weekend shows. Information: http://www.redondopier.com/ or http://www.redondo.org/.

  • August 30 - Harold Payne and Friends (Original Pop)

  • September 3 - Jimbo Ross and the Bodacious Blues Band (Blues)

  • September 4 - Swing Shift (Country Swing)

  • September 5 - Lisa Haley and the Zydekats


September 16 and 17 - 38th Annual Fiestas Patrias - Events take place on Friday the 16th from 6 - 11 p.m. and on Saturday the 17th from 3 - 11 p.m. at the Neighborhood Center, 9255 Pioneer Boulevard. Live entertainment and activities include authentic Mexican food vendors, early California folk art workshops, Mexico's Golden Age film festival, Mariachi Alma De Mi Tierra, children's mariachi, and folklorico dancers. Also performances by the Chico Band on Friday from 8:30 - 11 p.m. and Little Joe y La Familia on Saturday from 8 - 11 p.m. Information: http://www.santafesprings.org/


Santa Monica Pier/Twilight Dance Summer Concerts - Concerts are on Thursdays from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. at the Santa Monica Pier, Ocean Boulevard at Colorado. Information: (310) 458-8900, http://www.twilightdance.org/ or http://www.santamonicapier.org/

  • September 1 - Shonen Knife (Alt. Rock) and The Knack (Pop/Rock)

October 1 - World Festival of Sacred Music Event. World Jewish Music Fest. The Madison Performance Series kicks off its 7th season of free community concerts with a festival of World Jewish Music. This event celebrates the rich and varied sounds of Jewish artistry. The afternoon's performers include Stefani Valadez (Ladino), Klezmer Craze trio under the direction of Russian clarinetist Leo Chelyapov, traditional Jewish folk dancing, and a classical trio performing new and established work. The event takes place beginning at noon at the Santa Monica Pier. Information: (310) 434-3431, http://www.festivalofsacredmusic.org/ or www.smc.edu/madison

** The Santa Monica Symphony season begins October 9! **


There are no listings for Signal Hill this month.


Whittier Summer Concerts - Central Park - All performances begin at 7 p.m. in Central Park, 6532 Friends Avenue (Washington/Bailey). Information: (562) 464-3430 or http://www.cityofwhittier.org/.

  • August 29 - Chico (A Little Bit of Everything - last concert of season)

** The Rio Hondo Symphony season begins October 2! **

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