“Celestial Suite” explores the work of five astronomers: Nicholas Copernicus, Galileo Galilee, Isaac Newton, Edwin Hubble, and Stephen Hawking. Set against visuals from real astronomical images, each movement features narrator Kyle Kremer drawing connections between music and science. Following the performance, the audience is invited to join Kyle for an informal Q&A and telescope viewing of the night sky.

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Thayer Hall, Colburn School

200 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA

Lauded for “providing solidly shaped music of bold mesmerizing character,” Amplify artist Nokuthula Ngwenyama is both a dynamic performer and innovative composer. She takes the Colburn stage for a concert that includes selections of her own work.

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Zipper Concert Hall

200 S Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012

Principal Horn for the LA Phil and Colburn faculty member Andrew Bain is an in-demand soloist, versatile chamber musician, and passionate educator. He presents a program filled with bold brass sounds from Williams, Dvořák, and more.

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Zipper Concert Hall

200 S Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012

Pedja Mužijević is an adventurous pianist best known for his creative programming and innovative concert experiences. His unusual combinations of old and new music have delighted audiences around the world.

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Zipper Concert Hall

200 S Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012

Ernst Toch’s life and work are explored in historical context as pianist Makiko Hirata performs pieces in chronological order with narration from Toch’s grandson, author Lawrence Weschler. The program goes from the beginning with the Brahms and Mozart of Toch’s early days in Europe through Toch’s very last piano pieces written in Southern California in 1962.

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Thayer Hall, Colburn School

200 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA