MUSE/IQUE believes that music is integral to expanding our imaginations, building empathy, and creating a more accessible and inclusive world. And to address the challenges surrounding accessibility and inclusivity in fine arts, we created a new type of organization that would break down barriers for audiences.
MUSE/IQUE curates musical evenings around a central idea that features an eclectic mix of artists and artistic disciplines, presented at cornerstone cultural institutions across LA. Our events often take place in cultural locales, such as the factories, schools, churches, gardens, and small businesses that characterize our city, making attendees feel at home.
Artistic Director Rachael Worby speaks directly to audiences directly and guides them through the music with fun, engaging lessons about history and musicology. Our events are designed to feel like an intimate and personal journey through unexpectedly connected musical histories, sounds, and genres.
What's On Stage
MUSE/IQUE is currently presenting its season L.A. Composed: A Festival of Los Angeles Music.
Los Angeles has always been a city of dreamers and doers, a collector of transplants, a haven for explorers, a bubbling hub of innovation and wild creativity. What happens in Los Angeles can only happen here.
Take a wild musical ride through iconic streets as we meet the forward-thinking Angelenos who created the legendary sounds of L.A. With scores of spectacular singers and musicians, bold collaborations, and inimitable dance performances, we bring the rich tapestry of L.A. music to life across a blend of genres—from jazz and the blues to sweeping film scores and more.
Learn more about the events in this season by visiting our Events page.