Skirball Cultural Center Announces Their Spring 2021 Skirball Stages Virtual Concert Lineup
Skirball Cultural Center has recently announced their Spring 2021 Skirball Stages virtual concert lineup that connects Los Angeles talents with musical acts around the world! The upcoming shows will feature boundary-pushing artists in genres ranging from American roots music to the sights and sounds of Appalachia, from Latin jazz to Haitian-infused jazz, reggae, and hip-hop.
The complimentary Skirball Supper experience will also return with new curated dishes.
Streaming FREE on YouTube | RSVP at skirball.org/skirball-stages
The Skirball Cultural Center announces a pair of 2021 virtual concerts to add to the Skirball Stages series and streamed on the Skirball’s YouTube channel. The celebratory concert films pair talents from the local Los Angeles music scene with national and international acts. Reimagining its musical programming in the age of COVID to create a new form of storytelling, the Skirball offers audiences globe-spanning evenings of modern music, with sets filmed spectator-free in the Skirball’s idyllic courtyard and on stages around the world.
The Spring 2021 Skirball Stages concerts are: Joachim Cooder (with special guest Ry Cooder) and Amythyst Kiah premiering Saturday, February 27, at 8:00 pm PT; and Yosmel Montejo and Vox Sambou premiering Saturday, May 1, at 8:00 pm PT. More than just performance, each concert film takes viewers behind the scenes for a look at the artists’ musical processes, aspirations, and hopes for the future.
RSVPs are recommended: skirball.org/skirball-stages.
To complement the Skirball Stages viewing experience for Angelenos, the Skirball also offers its popular carry-out culinary experience, Skirball Suppers. Before settling in for each concert premiere, locals are invited to preorder and pick up a three-course meal prepared by the Skirball’s hospitality team.
Preordering for the February 27th meal is now open: skirball.org/skirball-suppers.
Information about the May 1 menu to be announced in March.