Alex Theatre

216 North Brand Boulevard
Glendale, CA 91203
818 243 7700 x 123
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about Alex Theatre
Since 1925, the Alex Theatre has been a Los Angeles area landmark. Designed by architects Charles R. Selkirk and Arthur G. Lindley, the Alexander Theatre, as it was originally known, opened its doors as a vaudeville and motion picture house. Featuring Greek and Egyptian motifs, the Alex Theatre is not only an important example of the grand theatres of the early 20th century; it also provides a strong sense of identity for downtown Glendale, California.

validated parking available
Orange Street Parking Garage located at the corner of California & Orange
Exchange Parking Garage located on Maryland Ave, south of Wilson
Glendale Marketplace Garage located at the corner of Harvard & Maryland

Parking is $1 for four hours with validation from the Alex Theatre (rates subject to change). Stop by the CD counter, or speak with the House Manager for information.


Royce Hall

340 Royce Dr.
Westwood, CA 90095
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about Royce Hall
Like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Royce Hall is one of America’s great concert halls, distinguished not only for its impeccable beauty and refined acoustics, but also for the ghosts of performances that haunt it. As the main performance venue for CAP UCLA, Royce Hall has been providing something other than just the standard cultural menu for many years.

From Sunset Blvd, enter the north side of campus at Royce Drive (between Westwood Plaza and Hilgard Avenue). Proceed straight ahead to Parking Structure 5. From Structure 5, cross the footbridge to Royce Hall.

All event parking is $12 for the 2014-15 season (rate subject to change). Effective January 1, 2010, visitors who use a Department of Motor Vehicles issued disabled person (DP) placard or license plate to park on campus will be charged a $5 daily fee.


Zipper Concert Hall

200 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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about Zipper Concert Hall
The Herbert Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School was completed in 1998, making it about 70 years younger than LACO’s other two regular concert venues. It seats approximately 400 and has among the best acoustics of music performance venues in Los Angeles. LACO’s compact disc on Deutsche Grammophon featuring Hilary Hahn as well as two cds featuring Jeffrey Kahane in recital were recorded in Zipper Concert Hall.

Parking is available across the street at Walt Disney Concert Hall for $9 (rates subject to change).


Bovard Auditorium

3551 Trousdale Pkwy
Los Angeles, CA 90089
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about Bovard Auditorium
Bovard Auditorium has a rich and enduring history as a performance venue. Completed in 1921 and located in the center of the USC campus, Bovard Auditorium has a rich history as a performance venue. The 1200-seat Auditorium has hosted classical and jazz concerts, has been used as a location shoot for TV shows and films, and has hosted a presidential debate.

Parking is located in Parking Structure X (PSX) on the USC campus, with entrance off S Figueroa Street. Our partners at the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival have arranged for electric carts to shuttle patrons in need of transportation between the Parking Structure and Bovard.


The Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at The Herb Alpert Educational Village at New Roads School

3131 Olympic Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90404
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about Moss Theater
LACO’s Westside Connections chamber music series moves to the new state-of-the-art 344-seat Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at New Roads School located in The Herb Alpert Educational Village in Santa Monica. This year, the innovative LACO chamber music series invites you to take a look at the connections between music and architecture.

Parking is available at The Ann and Jerry Moss Theater. The entrance to the parking lot is located on Olympic Blvd., after S Centinela Ave. The driveway entrance is marked with an orange sign that says “New Roads School”. Spaces in the parking lot are limited, but street parking is also available on Nebraska Ave after 6 pm.

The Huntingon

1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino,
CA 91108 United States
(626) 405-2100
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about The Huntington

Welcome to one of the world’s great cultural, research, and educational centers.A private, nonprofit institution, The Huntington was founded in 1919 by Henry E. Huntington, an exceptional businessman who built a financial empire that included railroad companies, utilities, and real estate holdings in Southern California.

Huntington was also a man of vision – with a special interest in books, art, and gardens. During his lifetime, he amassed the core of one of the finest research libraries in the world, established a splendid art collection, and created an array of botanical gardens with plants from a geographic range spanning the globe. These three distinct facets of The Huntington are linked by a devotion to research, education, and beauty.

public transportation

Metro Rail Gold Line:

Take Metro Rail Gold Line to Allen Avenue Station. From the station, walk 1-1/2 miles south on Allen to The Huntington’s entrance gate, or transfer to Pasadena ARTS bus, which stops at Del Mar & Allen.

Metro Bus Lines:

The Huntington is located in a residential area, and the nearest bus stops are approximately one mile away. Visit the Metro website for more information.


Visit the Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System (ARTS) website for schedules and stops