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 [...]
Performances Hope you are staying healthy and safe! Grand Performances is back with some exciting new events to help brighten your week. Our most recent TAKEOVER took place Monday night, [...]
Grand Performances returns with more exclusive content to keep your summer vibrant and eventful. Our next show is this Wednesday, July 8th, when we will welcome poet and teaching artist Natalie Patterson for her artist TAKEOVER of our Facebook and Instagram accounts.
GP has had Supernova on our stage before, but it's been quite some time since the ensemble has even played together. Before you see the quartet onstage Aug. 12, learn a little about Supernova through this quick interview with quartet member Jacob Szekely.
LACO returns to the GP stage next week, this time with a string quartet rather than the full orchestra. We spoke briefly with executive director Scott Harrison about the upcoming program on Aug. 12 with Supernova.
The Five Moons, as they are known, were five Native American ballerinas from Oklahoma that went on to dance with the world's most famous ballet companies, including Ballet de l'Opéra National [...]
Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, curator of this Sunday’s Alphabet Soup: LGBTTQQIAAP, gives us an exclusive preview of his upcoming program.
We sat down with Justin Jimenez--Urban Badlands curator and The Altons' general manager--for a behind-the-scenes look at our upcoming program. Justin started out as one of our GP family, interning in Artist Relations with Director of Programming Leigh Ann Hahn. We're delighted to have him back this year as he comes into his own, bringing Gemma Castro, The Altons, and The Steady 45s with him.
By Erin Kulinski A picture is worth a thousand words and in our social media driven lives, this speaks louder than ever. We all are professional photographers according to Instagram [...]
The National Endowment for the Arts has approved more than $25 million in grants as part of the NEA’s first major funding announcement for fiscal year 2018. Included in this [...]