L.A. Met starts the season in style
Los Angeles isn’t just palm trees and Disney Hall. Savvy locals know that our relatively young metropolis has plenty of gorgeous and awe-inspiring architecture to enjoy and brag about. So the location for L.A. Met‘s first event of the new season is very apt, as they’ll be appearing in the Central Library’s ornate rotunda, one of the jewels in the city’s crown. This reverberant space is one home to the library’s Community Arts Program, hosting performances throughout the city and including an array of events for all ages.
Members of the opera company will sing works by Bizet, Cilea, Mozart, Delibes, Verdi and more, and the concert is free and open to the public.
You can view and search the full library calendar online, including activities at all of the branches in the system. To learn more about the art and architecture at the Central Library, click here to read a bit. (Then plan a visit — you’ll love it!)
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