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Avant Garde composer Julius Eastman is known for his provocative minimalist compositions. On July 23, LA-based ensemble Wild Up will perform his “Femenine” at the Broad Museum.

Julius Eastman’s ‘Femenine’ will transform the Broad into ‘art church’

Avant Garde composer Julius Eastman is known for his provocative minimalist compositions. On July 23, LA-based ensemble Wild Up will perform his “Femenine” at the Broad Museum.

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Rock singer Shirley Manson and the LA Phil to celebrate Yoko Ono

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