PLEASE NOTE: Reservations for the second half of the season will open in June 2022. MUSE/IQUE members will receive an email announcement when the second half of our season is available. A password is needed to RSVP. This password was provided by email and is different from the password you use to purchase your membership. If you are a member and no longer have this password, please email email@example.com with the subject line "RSVP Password."
PLEASE NOTE: Reservations for these events will open in June 2022. MUSE/IQUE members will receive an email announcement when the second half of our season is available.
Hollywood and Vine | August 17 and 18 at The Avalon
Long before the movies had the technology to transport audiences to new worlds and dazzle them with special effects, music brought our imaginations to life. In the time that Hollywood and Vine transformed from citrus groves to global musical capital, thousands of musicians made their mark on Los Angeles in sound stages and recording studios and everywhere in between.
We're thrilled to welcome back Herman Cornejo, principal dancer of American Ballet Theatre, for this performance. More artists to be announced soon!
Central Avenue | Details coming soon!
The Harlem of the west, the center of L.A.’s soul. This famous stretch south of DTLA was a hub of bubbling nightlife that had sound bursting from every block and brought a community together the way only music can. Central Avenue is one of the cornerstones of the L.A. sound. It’s a place where music was intertwined in identity and where art became lived experience for African Americans in Los Angeles. In this performance, MUSE/IQUE honors and celebrates the legacy of Central Avenue and its impact on our city and beyond.
Grand Avenue | October 6 at The Huntington and October 9 at The Skirball
From the worldwide influences of L.A.'s earliest days to the world stage that our city has become, the musical history of downtown Los Angeles is like a perpetual renaissance. Seemingly against all odds, its artists always find surprising ways to reinvent themselves, their art, and their community. Where opera and classical meet jazz and zoot suit and more!
Returning to the MUSE/IQUE stage is the multi-talented violinist Charles Yang! More artists will be announced soon.
Sunset on Sunset | Details coming soon!
Every musical movement in Los Angeles finds its roots on Sunset. With this sweeping performance, MUSE/IQUE traces Sunset Boulevard from film noir to glitzy clubs on the world-famous “Sunset Strip”. Join us for a look at how this iconic street has solidified Los Angeles as an unsurpassed musical mecca, consistently shaping the city's musical identities across so many decades, genres, and venues.
HOW TO ATTEND AND RSVP
MUSE/IQUE is a member-driven organization. We do not sell individual tickets to our shows. Why? Membership means your dollar stretches further. With membership, you gain access to a year of top-tier events while directly supporting initiatives to bring live music experiences to your community.
Attending a MUSE/IQUE event is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Become a MUSE/IQUE member. Your membership grants admission to a year of MUSE/IQUE events. Check out our Membership Page to see which membership is right for you!
2. When you join, we will send you an email with simple instructions on how to reserve seating for upcoming events. We will also provide an RSVP password so you may reserve through our website as we add performances to our calendar.
3. Select a performance, RSVP, and you are now on our guest list. Instead of a ticket, you will be greeted warmly when you arrive.