Saturday, June 30, 2018

Mingling and dining 6pm | Performance 8pm
Superhero of the American arts Leonard Bernstein gets a 100th birthday bash filled with limitless imagination! Bernstein expanded the dimensions of classical music and defied all categories and stereotypes during his legendary career. In the process, he completely redefined the American sound, collaborating with people like Paul Simon and Frank Sinatra and counting the Beatles and Motown among his influences—even as he introduced new audiences to classical music through the New York Philharmonic’s Young People’s Concerts from 1958-1972: the first such project to be aired on broadcast television. The only way to celebrate this kind of legacy is an event featuring groundbreaking artists and innovative performances:
-Kitty McNamee’s dancers and DJ E.Z. Mike take us on an electrifying journey of what Bernstein’s score for On the Waterfront can mean for us today, with projected visuals by artists from JPL.

-Classical crossover violinist Charles Yang lends his “guerrilla-style” flair to a suite of songs from West Side Story, plus a few surprises.

-And the LA Choral Lab stirs the soul and shows us the promise of tomorrow with selections including “Make our Garden Grow” from Candide.
Join MUSE/IQUE as we explore the kaleidoscopic influences of this wholly American icon!


Charles Yang – Violin – Recipient of the 2018 Leonard Bernstein Award | Lincoln Center’s Metropolitan Opera House | Carnegie Hall
LA Choral Lab – Vocals – Colburn School | First Congregational Church of Los Angeles | First United Methodist Church
Kitty McNamee Dancers – Dance – LA Philharmonic | LA Opera | Secret Cinema
Dan Goods – Visual Strategist – The Studio at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory | Museum of Awe | Art Center College of Design
David Delgado – Visual Strategist – The Studio at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory | Museum of Awe | TEDx: Wonder
EZ Mike – DJ – Santana’s Grammy Award-winning Album Supernatural | Zoolander Original Motion Picture Soundtrack | Fight Club Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


GET IT ALL – SUMMER/PACKAGES are flexible, customized plans designed to help you reserve the best seats at the best prices! (Best for those who need 6+ tickets.)
PICK AND CHOOSE – SINGLE TICKETS include scenic seating under the stars as well as parking! (Best for first-time guests.)
SWANKY PERKS SPONSORING PATRONS enjoy concierge service and exclusive benefits with seats in the first few rows! (Best for those seeking an elevated experience.)

LOCATION + PARKING - The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108 

Check-in at the Courtyard of the Visitor Center
Seating on the Brown Garden Lawn

MUSE/IQUE guests may use The Huntington’s parking lot accessible from the gate at Oxford Road beginning at 6:00pm. Parking is complimentary and included with admission to LIMITLESS/LENNY. Please heed all signs and instructions from parking attendants for a smooth, breezy experience.
Mingling and dining 6pm | Concessions and bar provided by Bon Appétit.

PRE-ORDERED BOXED MEALS are now available for purchase (Click here for the menu and online ordering). 

CONCESSIONS will be available onsite at LIMITLESS/LENNY. 
HOMEMADE PICNICS AND SPREADS are warmly welcomed. All guests will be seated on 60-inch round tables perfect for comfortable and convivial dining.
Please note that due to San Marino restrictions guests may not bring their own alcoholic beverages.

FAMILY-STYLE DINING will be provided for all Sponsoring Patrons on opening night (LIMITLESS/LENNY). 
Performance 8pm | 90-minute show with no intermission
Suggested Attire: Garden Party Chic

MUSE/IQUE is grateful to our Title Sponsor East West Bank and to our host The Huntington.

MUSE/IQUE is also grateful to Parsons Corporation, the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, and its Sponsoring Patrons for their support of the summer series.