Listen to LACMA-curated music, mixes, and live performances online
Let LACMA help set the mood at home with our curated selections of sounds. Enjoy our favorite playlists available for free streaming below.
From Kovács/O’Doherty's 2016 Art + Technology Lab project, Signal Tide combined a special generative musical score based on sacred harp singing melodies—a tradition of sacred choral music originating in New England with the erratic signals of LES-1, a defunct spacecraft that unexpectedly started transmitting again in 2013.
Our exhibition soundtracks, organized by LACMA and Mark “Frosty” McNeill of nonprofit radio station dublab, explores a wide-spectrum of music from around the world, the past, and today。
秒速快3Explore a collection of music inspired by various artworks and exhibitions from LACMA's history。 Contributing artists include Daedelus, Turquoise Wisdom, and Puro Instinct。
This year would have marked Jazz at LACMA's 29th season of celebrating L.A.'s finest jazz musicians. While the concert series is currently on hold, you can listen to interviews and music hosted by LACMA's Mitch Glickman, featuring performers planned for the 2020 season.
Latin Sounds would have opened its 15th season this year. In place of live concerts, we present Latin Sounds: Meet the Musicians, an audio interview series hosted by Mitch Glickman.
The LACMA Art + Technology Lab supports experiments in design, creative entrepreneurship, adventures in art and industry, collaboration, and interdisciplinary dialogue.
Listen to playlists for Jazz at LACMA and Latin Sounds, featuring artists from the 2020 season.
This year, Jazz at LACMA is featuring the Yellowjackets, Jason Moran, Sara Gazarek, and Theo Croker Quartet, to name a few. Latin Sounds has an exciting season full of amazing talent, including Echo Park Project, Paté de Fuá, Buyepongo, and La Sonora Dinamita.
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