Hope you had a nice weekend! Grand Performances is here to get your week started off right with more music events.
We’ve got our next artist TAKEOVER taking place this Wednesday, July 22nd. Musician and producer Atropolis (who recently collaborated with Yannis Mandas) will be performing on our Facebook and Instagram accounts. You can tune into his workshop live at 6pm PT. RSVP Here!
Thanks to all who joined us Saturday for COLA artist Steven Reigns’ Feature Presentation. His performance was a powerful and expressive display of spoken word poetry. Watch the entire stream on Facebook or YouTube.
Grand Performances (GP) collaborates with music producer Atropolis for the latest installment in its Artist TAKEOVER series. Known for combining international styles of music with a diverse range of contemporary electronic genres, his live performance and workshop session will air on GP’s Facebook and Instagram Live. As a certified Ableton Live trainer, he will also offer demonstrations of the music software along with advice for aspiring producers.
With placements for Bacardi, Adidas, and Starz Network series “Power,” Atropolis also served as Ableton Live engineer for Hip Hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash in the summer of 2018. Trained at Northeastern University in mixing, mastering, and recording, he has hosted classes for both beginners and professional artists including members of Major Lazer and TV on the Radio at Dubspot NYC.
Lebanese belly dancer Alia Mohamed has become an international presence. She has danced alongside burlesque star Dita Von Teese and appeared in stage show Tarantina: Hollywood 1969, the Un-Official Quentin Tarantino Cabaret. (Click to RSVP)
Philadelphia producer, composer, and educator King Britt is an international DJ and Pew Fellowship recipient. He has collaborated with major artists including De La Soul, Madlib, Alarm Will Sound Orchestra, Saul Williams, Solange, and Calvin Harris. (Click to RSVP)
Grand Performances’ mission is to inspire community, celebrate diversity, and unite Los Angeles through free access to global performing arts. While all our programming is free, producing it is not. Please support our mission today with a tax-deductible gift or membership ensuring access to GP’s performing arts experiences for the people of Los Angeles.