The San Diego Symphony’s new music director, Rafael Payare, may not yet have the same name recognition as his fellow Venezuelan conductor, L.A.’s Gustavo Dudamel, but he’s got energy and talent to burn.
As executive director of the Los Angeles Urban League, Floyd C. Covington made a difference in the lives of the African American workers he fought for—not only in the workplace, but in housing, in education, and at the voting booth.
An L.A. band breaks with tradition to create a welcoming space for LGBTQ performers.
Time's Up for exclusivity in classical music. At 100-years-old, the L.A. Philharmonic welcomes the next century's music makers with open arms.
The fires that devastated Santa Rosa last fall followed an all-too-familiar pattern, raising questions about zoning and development policies.
Musician and philanthropist Herb Alpert is more inspired by new art than ever, which is why he's giving $75,000 each to five risk-taking artists in the middle of what he hopes will be long careers.
Being a part of the Dodgers' was a boyhood dream for lifelong fan Dieter Ruehle. Now it's come true — as the seventh organist in the history of the franchise.
The Main Museum of Los Angeles Art is under construction but in the meantime, an adaptive re-use space is already open for business.
To celebrate Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday, performing arts organizations around the world - and especially in California - will give thousands of performances of his music this season.
A group of Los Angeles women decided that the best way to raise their voices against the Trump administration was to literally raise their voices—in song.
The Pacific Standard Time festival highlights the many contributions of Latinos to the state’s artistic and cultural heritage.