Laurel Irene is known for her vocal spectrum, astounding audiences with power and drama, alongside stunning subtleties and clarion intensity. She has performed diverse roles such as Mozart’s Queen of the Night, the creation of the title role in Philip Seward’s “How To Date a Coloratura,” and in choral/orchestral works like Poulenc’s “Gloria.” She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she is pursuing an M.M. in Vocal Arts at USC.
Jaxon Williams has won prizes in numerous classical guitar competitions including the OSAA Classical Guitar Competition, Sierra Nevada International Guitar Competition, San Francisco Bay International Guitar Competition, and the 2017 Pacific Guitar Festival and Competition. He currently lives in Los Angeles where he is busy as a concert artist, teacher, recording artist, and doctoral candidate at USC’s Thornton School of Music.
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Printmaking and Its Techniques
Master printmaker and professor Dirk Hagner gives a talk and demonstration.
Live! at the Museum: Firebird Balalaika Quintet
The Firebird Balalaika Quintet performs a concert inside the museum, presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!
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