Harmonizing Cultures: Exploring the Multicultural World of Music at Meet the Music Family Day with LACO and GRoW @ The Wallis

On Saturday, May 13, hundreds of eager families lined up to attend the latest free collaboration between the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) and GRoW @ the Wallis Meet the Music Family Day in the […]

A Vibrant and Eclectic Finale: Blue13 Dance Company Closes Out the 22/23 Student Matinee Season

Dancers on stage, colored chalk in hand, writing, drawing, moving through the space with grace and determination… The chatter of over 300 middle and high school students growing in excitement and anticipation as the black […]

Unleashing Creativity: In-School Teaching Artist Residencies at GRoW @ The Wallis Illuminate the Power of the Arts

Immerse yourself in the power of the arts with the in-school teaching artist residencies happening this spring at GRoW @ The Wallis. This program offers a unique opportunity for students to collaborate with professional artists […]

Experience the Electrifying Magic of Live Theater: Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie Student Matinees

The Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie student matinees at GRoW @ The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts were a thrilling opportunity for young students to experience the electrifying magic of live theater. The program […]

Finding my joy through Creative Aging at The Wallis

By Gail Gordon In my eighty years, I have marked time by its life changing experiences, the most recent being the discovery of the Creative Aging Program at The Wallis directed by the amazing Debra […]

Meet the Music, Family Day: A collaboration between GRoW @ The Wallis & Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO)

On Sunday, February 26, hundreds of eager families lined up to attend a collaboration between the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) and GRoW @ the Wallis Meet the Music Family day in the education department classrooms, courtyard, and Lovelace Theater. The weather gave us a reprieve for one day so we could have all of these young future musicians come on The Wallis campus to explore the world of classical music.

Pauline García Viardot’s The Last Sorcerer: A Feminist Eco-Fable in Operatic Form

Program Notes by Camille Zamora A recently rediscovered treasure by one of the most compelling artists of the nineteenth century resonates with themes that speak to us in the twenty-first.  See The Last Sorcerer (Le […]

From a wire hanger violin to playing in the Goldsmith: Artem Diaz Kolesov Fominyx

Artem Diaz Kolesov Fominyx, the Inaugural Grauman Fellow at The Wallis, speaks about his journey with the violin, how his family used to scrap for money to pay for his lessons, and the importance that […]