Enjoy over 100 concerts a year! Concerts feature leading international and local ensembles in programs of classical, jazz, Latin, and new music.
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Eclectic and cutting-edge, Art & Music, winner of the ASCAP & Chamber Music America Award for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music, presents world-renowned performers and composers celebrating LACMA’s exhibitions and permanent collection.
Celebrate L.A.’s finest jazz musicians! Performances have featured such legends as Kenny Burrell, Billy Childs, John Clayton, Janis Mann, and Barbara Morrison. Jazz at LACMA is presented Friday evenings from April to November.
Jazz at LACMA is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Broadcasts are made possible through the support of the office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. Promotional support is provided by media sponsor KJAZZ 88.1.
Spend your Saturday evenings with world-renowned artists as they play everything from Indigenous works to the latest sounds from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, and Los Angeles! Featured artists have included Dori Caymmi, Costazul, Echo Park Project, Mongorama, and Chuchito Valdes. Latin Sounds is presented Saturday evenings from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Latin Sounds is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Promotional support is provided by media sponsor KJAZZ 88.1.
Experience the best of national, international, Los Angeles, and emerging chamber music artists. Sundays Live is taking a summer break while LACMA prepares for the construction of a new permanent collection building. Learn more about the building project. Beginning on September 29, 2019, Sundays Live will join St. James Church's existing schedule of concerts and organ recitals for an exciting musical collaboration. Details about each concert will be posted later this summer.
Sundays Live is made possible by the Colburn Foundation in memory of Ed Edelman and the Sidney Stern Memorial Trust.