Tapestry At 50
Tapestry at 50
In 1971, Carole King moved from New York to Los Angeles to change the course of her career. Instead, she changed the world. From “You’ve Got a Friend” to “Where you Lead” and “I Feel the Earth Move” to “Natural Woman”, Tapestry changed the musical landscape for singer-songwriters and became a quintessential piece of Los Angeles’s musical history. In honor of the 50th anniversary of this iconic record, MUSE/IQUE weaves a surprising new performance of her seminal album through an eclectic range of performers and styles.
Wednesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 15 at The Huntington
Sunday, July 18 at The Skirball
Doors open at 6:30pm. Music begins at 7:30pm.
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This event is part of L.A. Composed: A Festival of Los Angeles Music Led by Artistic Director Rachael Worby.
About the series
Los Angeles has always been a city of dreamers and doers; a collector of transplants, a haven for explorers; a bubbling hub of innovation and wild creativity. What happens in Los Angeles can only happen here.
The musical legacy of Los Angeles is full of musical change-makers, rule-breakers, and risk-takers. It’s a vibrant tapestry woven with thousands of threads.
In the spirit of rediscovery and radical celebration, MUSE/IQUE tells the story of Los Angeles, celebrating the intersections where musical magic was made.
This season, we're offering multiple showings of each event in order to bring the live music experience to as many people as possible. Join us as we return to The Huntington and at a brand new location: The Skirball!