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Luckman unveils new season of international talents

Bayanihan dance, ‘Psychic Outlaws’ to kick off 2010-11 Luckman season

Picture of Bayanihan dance company.

Picture of Charles Owens, Luckman Jazz Orchestra conductor.

Coming to the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A. this season will be more than two dozen artists, musicians, dancers and performers from 17 countries.

The Luckman will showcase numerous prestigious music headliners and jazz legends, among the best in international dance, works by renowned visual artists and more.

With a repertory exhibiting the rich history of the Philippines, the Bayanihan Philippine National Dance Company will kick off the 2010-11 season on Saturday, Sept. 25, 8 p.m., at the Luckman Theatre. The Bayanihan company was founded in 1957 in an effort to preserve Filipino culture and showcase its dance traditions.

On the same evening at 6 p.m., the Luckman Gallery will also open with an exhibition, inspired by Annie Buckley’s recently-released novel Psychic Outlaws, displaying the works of 19 contemporary artists from Los Angeles.

On Thursday, Oct. 2, 6:30 p.m., the community is welcome to enjoy a free outdoor concert at the Luckman Street of the Arts. The evening concert—presented by the 20-member Luckman Jazz Orchestra—will pay tribute to jazz master Lee Morgan.

Look ahead to other exciting season events:

Adjacent to Alhambra and Monterey Park, just five miles east of downtown Los Angeles, the Luckman Fine Arts Complex features two state-of-the-art theatres and a critically-acclaimed art gallery on the CSULA campus. The Luckman has earned a reputation for presenting the best in world-class music, dance, theatre, and visual arts programming in a beautiful, accessible setting. Performance tickets can now be reserved at the Luckman Box Office, (323) 343-6600.

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Last Update: 01/12/2016