Jan
13
2:00 PM14:00

Meet the Music! The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses

Based on the beloved story by Paul Goble, The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses is a musical telling of the exciting and haunting tale of a Native American girl who understands horses on a mystical level and runs away from home to be with the horses. A story of thunderstorms and thundering hooves, The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses will enchant and inspire audiences of all ages.

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Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Oceanophony: Bruce Adolphe’s Octet about the Ocean

Join host and composer Bruce Adolphe in a concert that bridges music and science, as the ensemble of 8 are joined by Zach Rago, Netflix’s Chasing Coral feature actor. Plunge into new musical waters with Margaret Brouwer’s Lonely Lake and Bruce Adolphe’s Oceanophony — meet the sarcastic fringehead fish! —- and learn more about the health of our oceans and coral reefs.

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Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

Oceanophony: Bruce Adolphe's Octet about the Ocean

Join host and composer Bruce Adolphe in the Gordon Gamm Theatre for a concert that bridges music and science, as the ensemble of 8 are joined by Zach Rago, Netflix’s Chasing Coral feature actor. Plunge into new musical waters with Margaret Brouwer’s Lonely Lake and Bruce Adolphe’s Oceanophony — meet the sarcastic fringehead fish! —- and learn more about the health of our oceans and coral reefs. Each movement is highlighted by the poems of Karen Light.

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"Einstein's Light at the Brain and Creativity Insitute
Sep
28
7:30 PM19:30

"Einstein's Light at the Brain and Creativity Insitute

Einstein’s Light for violin and piano, with filmed visualizations by Nickolas Barriswill be presented at the Brain and Creativity Institute in Los Angeles on September 28, 2018, performed by violinist Nathan Cole and the work’s composer, Bruce Adolphe, at the piano. The event will also feature a panel discussion with Antonio Damasio, Assal Habibi, and Bruce Adolphe of Einstein’s love of music and its effect on his imagination with new information from the BCI longitudinal study on the impact of musical studies on the developing brain.

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