- Britten Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge listen
- Haydn Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major listen
- Mozart Serenata notturna
- Bruce Adolphe Do You Dream in Color? (US premiere)
Have you ever recovered something precious after you had given up hope of finding it again?
Believed lost forever, the score of Haydn’s youthful Cello Concerto in C major was unearthed in the Prague National Museum in 1961. Rediscover this treasure for yourself when French cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras performs it in his LACO debut. Also collaborating with the Orchestra for the first time, mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin reveals her unique perspective as a multi-talented, blind artist, singing Bruce Adolphe’s Do You Dream In Color? inspired by her memoir of the same name. Find inspiration again in the works of Britten, Haydn, Mozart and Bruce Adolphe.
An “appealingly direct soloist” (The Guardian) Jean-Guihen Queyras performs with an “incredibly elegant and bewitching tone” (Le Figaro)
“A rich, but mellow mezzo-soprano” Laurie Rubin possesses “a very special voice.” (The Greenwich Times)
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Concert Preludes are fun, informative and free to all ticket holders.
Join us one hour before each concert in the theatre. Some Preludes will feature LIVE performances of short chamber works. All will provide interesting insights into the music and the artists.
royce hall travel alert
The 405 Sepulveda Pass Improvement Project is underway.
northbound 405 travel
The northbound Sunset and Whilshire Blvd exits are closed for extended periods this fall.
If travelling northbound, we recommend you exit on Santa Monica Blvd and head north to Sunset Blvd via Veteran Ave to Royce Dr and onto the UCLA Campus.
southbound 405 travel
There are no major, prolonged exit closures that affect southbound 405 traffic.
Looking for a good place to eat near your theatre?
If your concert is at the Ambassador, dine at one of Pasadena’s restaurants near the theatre.
When attending a concert at Royce Hall, try some of the great Westwood restaurants.
box office info
Call Andrew or Megan in the box office at 213 622 7001 × 1, Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm, on concert Saturdays from noon to 4 pm and concert Sundays from noon until 3pm. The box office is closed on public holidays.
Full series subscription prices:
A – $714; B – $609; C* – $350; D – $154
(*Section C seats discounted to $315 for seniors 65+ and college students. One per valid ID. Please call.)
Choose Your Own series per concert prices:
A – $105; B – $88; C* – $52; D – $23
(*Section C seats discounted to $47 for seniors 65+ and college students. One per valid ID. Please call.)
Single tickets start at $25 and are available in August 2013 to purchase.
For information or to purchase tickets, call Andrew or Megan in the box office at 213 622 7001 × 1.
Program, artists and ticket prices subject to change.