February 15, 2011
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Reprise Theatre Company Presents GIGI
February 15 - 27, 2011 at 8 pm
You can’t help but fall in love as we journey to Paris with GIGI ! The renowned movie swept the Oscars in 1959, winning Best Picture, and the stage version boasts even more songs, more tears and more romance. Don’t miss this Tony-winning score brought to life by the heavenly Reprise orchestra.
“Based on a novel by Collette”
As Produced by Edwin Lester for the Los Angeles and San Francisco Civic Light Opera Associations and by Saint Subber for Broadway
Special offer : Visit Ticketmaster.com and use code LOVE to save $10 today !
Conditions : Must mention code LOVE. Restrictions may apply. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Service fees will apply to all orders.
location : UCLA Live at Freud Playhouse, 100 Stein Plaza - Los Angeles, CA 90024
info : www.Reprise.org / 310 825 2101
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Annie Cohen-Solal : "Sartre, Beauvoir et les USA"
The UCLA Department of French and Francophone Studies presents a brown-bag lunch with Annie Cohen-Solal, discussing "Sartre, Beauvoir, et les USA."
location : UCLA - Royce Hall
info : http://www.french.ucla.edu/
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From Shanghai to IVS : Explorations in Visualization and Urban History – A talk by Christian Henriot
from 12 pm to 1:30 pm
Christian Henriot, Senior Fellow at the Institut Universitaire de France, will discuss how the introduction of digital technologies has both fed into and stimulated major scholarly trends- visual turn, spatial turn – over the last decade. The Virtual Shanghai Project and its more recent addition (Immersive Virtual Shanghai) are attempts to build research platforms that integrate various forms of historical narrative about modern Shanghai.
location : USC - SOS 250, 823 Exposition Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90089
The Art of Table Setting
February 18, 7pm – 9pm
Come for Sophia Baker’s engaging presentation on the evolution of the centuries-old tradition of French table setting. Dessert and wine will be served following the presentation, which will be given in English.
Cost : $5 (members), $10 (non-members)
Please RSVP by February 15 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (949) 251-1610.
Alliance Française de la Riviera Californienne
4500 Campus Dr., Suite 120 - Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 251-1610 / email@example.com
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Kasper Toeplitz and Myriam Gourfink : Breathing Monster
at 8:30 pm
Polish-French composer and electric bass player Kasper Toeplitz has developed a body of work in the no-man’s-land between “academic,” electronic composition and sheer noise. Known for collaborating with such unclassifiable musicians as Zbigniew Karkowski, Dror Feiler, Art Zoyd, Éliane Radigue, Phill Niblock and Ulrich Krieger, Toeplitz makes use of the computer both as a real instrument and as a tool for reflecting on music differently, transforming the musical parameters of pitch data and temporality. Now he teams with dancer and choreographer Myriam Gourfink to create an evening of abstracted, hypnotic movement and sound. Performing live, Toeplitz hybridizes his electronic theorbed bass and explores the frontiers between pitch, noise, oscillations and stillness while Gourfink uses meticulous internal visualizations to manifest an evolving, interconnected series of micro-movements. Kasper Toeplitz will also perform Elaine Radigue’s Elemental II (2001), her first work for an instrument, written for Kasper Toeplitz at his urging. It became an instant "drone classic", in which the sounds are more felt than heard.
Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater
631 West 2nd Street - Los Angeles, CA 90012