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Run River North: Songs That Search for Home

Onstage, Run River North's performance easily claims attention, especially in those moments where they swing from quiet reveries of soft vocals and strings to bombastic guitar and drum passages draped with multi-vocal harmonies. The group produces a phenomenally big sound for only six people; it helps that at least half the band seems to play at least 2-3 different instruments over the course of a single song. 

As their name suggests, Run River North have rolled towards their current moment via a serendipitous path. They feel like one of those bands that could only come out of L.A., which is to say that it's hard to imagine where else half a dozen devoutly Christian, Korean American musicians from the Valley would morph into a spirited indie rock band that ended up on the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" show before being signed to Nettwerk Records). While their sound echoes the spirit from the country's heartland, the story of Run River North is distinctly Angeleno.

 

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U.S. Marine Sergeant Christian Ellis was a machine gunner in Iraq, whose platoon was ambushed, leaving him with a broken back and only one of a few survivors. Ellis returned home to join millions of Americans who struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. He inspired the first opera about the Iraq war -- "Fallujah" -- with a score composed by Tobin Stokes, a libretto by Iraqi-American Heather Raffo, and a production by the Long Beach Opera. This documentary explores how the experience of war is transformed into a work of art.

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Artbound explores the groundbreaking opera "Hopscotch," which unfolded in cars zigzagging throughout Los Angeles, telling a single story of a disappearance across time. Audiences experienced the work in both the intimacy of a car, where artists and audiences shared a confined space, and in a larger central hub, where all the journeys were live-streamed to create a dizzying panorama of life in Los Angeles.

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