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Caroline Zakarian, June 28, 2016

On Sunday, May 22 nd the Los Angeles Metropolitan Opera performed Mozart: Alpha & Omega in front of a standing-room only crowd in the Taper Auditorium. This title is derived from the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet.


Los Angeles Metropolitan Opera
Caroline Zakarian, December 15, 2015

On Saturday, November 14th the Los Angeles Metropolitan Opera performed the Art of Coloratura in the Taper Auditorium. This program included highlights from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giuseppe Verdi, Leo Delibes, Benjamin Britten, George Frideric Handel and more. 


AIDA: L.A. Metropolitan Opera
Caroline Zakarian, May 26, 2015

A Free Live Music Performance from LA’s Metropolitan Opera

Saturday, May 30th


Elizabeth Graney, April 07, 2015

Did you miss out on our origami bookmark program this weekend?


Don Carlo
Caroline Zakarian, February 02, 2015

A Free Live Music Performance from LA’s Metropolitan Opera

Sunday, February 8, 2015


paper gift bows
Elizabeth Graney, December 16, 2014

Couldn't make it to our last craft program? Never fear!


Yosemite
Art Department, August 29, 2014

Yosemite has been a destination for individuals and families from around the world for generations. If you enjoy the outdoors or being surrounded by the beauty of nature, it is a dream come true. There is so much to see and do at this majestic national park.


Alma B., March 06, 2014

I can’t quite put my finger on it.  Maybe it’s because of my love for all things 1960’s or because I treasured my family’s Friday nights at Lamppost Pizza as a kid.  It might be the simultaneous bombardment of lights and sounds, compounded with the tactile qualit


Los Angeles City Hall Lit Up At Night
Emma Roberts, January 30, 2014
It's hard to believe that one architect could be the man behind so many quintessential Los Angeles buildings, but John Parkinson left a long list of landmarks that we all still enjoy, including City Hall, Bullock's Wilshire, Union Station, Memorial Coliseum, many buildings at USC, the A

Alma B., December 19, 2013

"This is why Hitchcock's films will survive, because they give food for thought. They unsettle us and we don't know why. They do not assume we are morons, they let us work things out for ourselves.


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