Join saxophonist Douglas Masek as he performs in the museum’s Steele Gallery.
Live! at the Museum is presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!
Please arrive early and enjoy the museum’s gallery and social time.
Advance tickets recommended. FREE for Laguna Art Museum members and Laguna Beach Live! Non-members: $14 per person
Internationally acclaimed saxophonist Douglas Masek plays in a variety of musical styles from classical and contemporary to jazz. With a Doctorate in Musical Arts from the University of Southern California, he is a Vandoren Elite Artist, and Conn-Selmer Artist, performing and lecturing internationally at schools, colleges, and universities. He has taught at the University of Southern California and the University of California at Los Angeles among others. Apart from his academic achievements, Douglas has performed for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and the Transylvania Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as shared the stage with renowned performers such as John Legend, Elvis Costello, Cher, Barry Manilow, and many others.
Douglas’ talent has allowed him to perform on motion picture soundtracks for Sony, Warner, Paramount, Universal, Disney and 20th Century, along with television and radio broadcasts. Having premiered dozens of compositions written exclusively for him, Masek’s discography includes eight CD collections. He is also the founder of the Encore Saxophone Quartet, winners of the Beverly Hills Auditions Competition.
Holiday Glow (feat. Pacific Vocal Series)
Sip and shop as you step into the holidays with an evening of live music!
Interwoven within the festive evening will be two live musical moments featuring recognizable and beloved holiday classics. Presented in collaboration with Pacific Vocal Series, these moments will feature Laguna Beach local and international mezzo soprano Kayleigh Decker and pianist Cheryl Lin Fielding.
Celebrating Male Bodies in the Works of Paul Wonne …
Join art historian Daniell Cornell for his lecture about the evolution of the work and lives of Theophilus Brown and Paul Wonner. Cornell speaks about these artists’ perspective as Bay Area Figurative artists both prior to and following the development of queer art theory.
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