Clockshop and elysian are pairing up for Hear Sunday, a new music program at our shared venue in Frogtown.
Monthly concerts feature diverse musical styles. March 19, Trio Dinicu.
Hailed as “dazzling” by the San Francisco Chronicle, Trio Dinicu combines the forces of three highly distinguished musicians. Luanne Homzy a world renowned concert violinist; Tommy Davy, a virtuoso guitarist of the young generation of Franco-Russian guitar; and Frank Anastasio, a legendary gypsy jazz bassist, vocalist, and guitarist.
Highly regarded for their creativity, Trio Dinicu blends acrobatic technique with the improvisatory language of jazz and the richness of Eastern European folk, including Romanian violin, Russian balalaika, and French “Jazz Hot.” They have performed for audiences across the United States, Europe and Canada.
Elysian bar will be open.
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In January 2017, Clockshop presents Counter-Inaugural, a series of talks addressing the misogyny, hate speech, and climate change denial that dominated the 2016 presidential campaign. The series takes place at elysian.
Counter-Inaugural brings diligent cultural observers and prolific writers to Clockshop to discuss these complex and often interrelated issues within the context of Los Angeles.