Critically-acclaimed duo HaLo — classical saxophonist Andrew Harrison and pianist Jason Lo –present a program titled Imaginary Folksongs featuring works primarily written by women in various folksong traditions. Hear the saxophone emulate the sound and nuance of the human voice in a program featuring the works of Lori Laitman, Jennifer Jolley, Florence Price, Ryota Ishikawa, and Stephen Lias.
Live! at the Museum is presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!
Laguna Live! concerts are partially funded by the lodging establishments and City of Laguna Beach.
Advance tickets recommended.
Laguna Art Museum members & Laguna Beach Live! Members: FREE
LAM and Laguna Beach Live! Members: FREE
Non-members: $18 per person
Andrew Harrison is an acclaimed saxophonist recognized for his unique approach, virtuosic performances, and as a champion for both new and forgotten works. He has captured the hearts of audiences across the globe with “electric performances of stunning expression” (Classical Sonoma), while introducing the world to important voices, and showcasing the beauty and brilliance of the saxophone. Described as a “magician showing off his tricks” (Austin American Statesman), Andrew uses his distinctive style to create a new environment for classical music. Andrew holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music. Andrew performs exclusively on Eastman Winds Saxophones and is an endorsing artist with them and Key Leaves Saxophone Accessories.
Jason Lo is a pianist, teacher, and chamber musician. He is an in-demand performer whose diverse talents send him around the globe. Audiences have enjoyed his heartfelt and soulful performances in Strasbourg, London, Chicago,, Honolulu, New York, Washington DC, and across southern California. Notable performances include Westminster Hall, the 2012 London Olympic Games, and Carnegie Hall. Dr. Lo holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance from the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music.
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.
Movie-Made Los Angeles: Lecture and Book Signing
Join film professor and author John Trafton to learn about Laguna’s links to early Hollywood. Meet the author who will be signing copies of his new book, Movie-Made Los Angeles, following the program.
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