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Blue Milagro:Dia de los Muertos
You are invited to attend the 20th Annual Blue Milagro Art Exhibition and Dia de los Muertos Celebration. The event features food, crafts, altar-building and entertainment with the world-famous Bob Baker Marionettes, the award-winning band Quetzal, and the Leslie and Mark Duo. For more information, click here.
October 24, 2014 5pm-10pm
Pasadena Playhouse, 39 S. El Molino Zona Rosa Caffe , 15 S.El Molino
Art Exhibition at Zona Rosa Caffe
October 11-November 15, 2014
VOLUME: Bretschneider’s Meaning and Form
VOLUME presents the LA premiere of Frank Bretschneider’s new work Meaning and Form. The project is based on the idea of a fundamentally chaotic world, as we know from mathematical or physical theories and models and the constant attempt of man to recognize this world, and to describe, predict, control, and change it.
Musically, this system is simulated electronically using a modular synthesizer system. The musician/composer is attempting, through an improvised but deliberate process of constant control and influence, to transform this stream of events into a musically relevant system of chaos and order, dynamics and statics, content and form. The visual performance is carried out through a software-generated correlation meter (goniometer), analogous to the Lissajous figure on an oscilloscope .
November 9, 2014 8pm
410 Cottage Home St., Los Angeles
For more information, please go to volume.la