Performances and Films

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  • Saturday Night at the Getty: William Tyler

    Saturday May 10, 2014
    7:30 pm
    Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center

    Nashville-based guitarist William Tyler has spent the last several years recording and touring with Silver Jews and Lambchop. His first solo record, "Behold the Spirit," was celebrated by Pitchfork as "the most vital, energized album by an American solo guitarist in a decade." His latest release, "Impossible Truth," builds an instrumental narrative inspired by the promise and psychosis of Southern California.

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  • Saturdays Off the 405: Jonathan Wilson

    Saturday May 17, 2014
    6 pm - 9 pm
    Museum Courtyard, Getty Center

    North Carolina native and Echo Park mainstay Jonathan Wilson makes highly crafted songs that investigate the vibrant 1970s rock landscape. He revitalizes the nostalgic sounds of the Laurel Canyon folk-rock tradition and the epically orchestrated psychedelic prog-rock genre with contemporary relevance. His 2013 release, Fanfare, is both intensely personal and abundant in relaxed, sunny vibes.

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  • Friday Flights

    Friday May 30, 2014
    6 pm - 9 pm
    Museum Courtyard, Getty Center

    Take advantage of the Getty Center's evening hours this summer when Friday Flights returns with an engaging and eclectic program. This series of four special events offers the chance to immerse yourself in the exhibitions, catch celebrated DJs, and enjoy drinks with friends while taking in the magic of the Getty at night.

  • Saturdays Off the 405

    Saturday June 21, 2014
    6 pm - 9 pm
    Museum Courtyard, Getty Center

    Come experience the sounds and sights of the Getty Center in the evening at the Saturdays Off the 405 music series. Sit back and enjoy the beautiful surroundings, take in the exhibitions, and sip a cocktail while listening to some of today's most exciting emerging bands and DJs.

  • Friday Flights

    Friday June 27, 2014
    6 pm - 9 pm
    Museum Courtyard, Getty Center

    Take advantage of the Getty Center's evening hours this summer when Friday Flights returns with an engaging and eclectic program. This series of four special events offers the chance to immerse yourself in the exhibitions, catch celebrated DJs, and enjoy drinks with friends while taking in the magic of the Getty at night.

  • Friday Flights

    Friday July 18, 2014
    6 pm - 9 pm
    Museum Courtyard, Getty Center

    Take advantage of the Getty Center's evening hours this summer when Friday Flights returns with an engaging and eclectic program. This series of four special events offers the chance to immerse yourself in the exhibitions, catch celebrated DJs, and enjoy drinks with friends while taking in the magic of the Getty at night.

  • Friday Flights

    Friday August 8, 2014
    6 pm - 9 pm
    Museum Courtyard, Getty Center

    Take advantage of the Getty Center's evening hours this summer when Friday Flights returns with an engaging and eclectic program. This series of four special events offers the chance to immerse yourself in the exhibitions, catch celebrated DJs, and enjoy drinks with friends while taking in the magic of the Getty at night.

The Getty Villa

View of the Getty Villa

Admission is free. An advanced timed-entry ticket is required.

  • Cappella Romana

    Saturday May 17, 2014
    7 pm
    Auditorium, Getty Villa
    Cappella Romana is the world's leading early music vocal ensemble for the broad exploration of music of the Eastern Orthodox traditions. Founder and artistic director Dr. Alexander Lingas (City University London) leads this international ensemble of Byzantine cantors including Stelios Kontakiotis, principal cantor (protopsaltis) of the Shrine to the Mother of God on Tinos, Greece. Tickets $20; $15 students/seniors.

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  • Cappella Romana

    Sunday May 18, 2014
    3 pm
    Auditorium, Getty Villa
    Cappella Romana is the world's leading early music vocal ensemble for the broad exploration of music of the Eastern Orthodox traditions. Founder and artistic director Dr. Alexander Lingas (City University London) leads this international ensemble of Byzantine cantors including Stelios Kontakiotis, principal cantor (protopsaltis) of the Shrine to the Mother of God on Tinos, Greece. Tickets $20; $15 students/seniors. <br> <br> Learn more about Concerts at the Villa

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