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Raitt Recital Hall

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Malibu, CA 90263

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Marionetas de la Esquina: Sleeping Beauty Dreams

Saturday, March 7, 2015, 11 AM

This puppet theatre company from Mexico has been entertaining children and adults alike since 1975. In this contemporary take on the classic fairytale Sleeping Beauty, reimagined by Amaranta Leyva, the famous princess is depicted as an overprotected daughter looking for a way to break free of her castle walls in order to search for true love—and her true self.

Join us for Family Art Day, featuring special art projects in the Gregg G. Juarez Palm Courtyard, on Saturday, March 7, 10 AM–1 PM. Family Art Day is free and open to the public.
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11:00 am
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

SHUFFLE Concert

Sunday, March 8, 2015, 2 PM

You Choose. They Play. Get ready for a genre-bending chamber music experience.

SHUFFLE Concert changes the rules of performance as you know them. In this musical celebration, the audience chooses what pieces will be performed! From baroque, classical, and romantic to jazz, pop, and Broadway, SHUFFLE Concert offers an exciting fusion of great music for every taste.
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2:00 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

2CELLOS

Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 8 PM

Check out their hit video with over 18 million views!

YouTube sensations Luka Šuliæ and Stjepan Hauser have achieved sensational success by taking the cello to a new level and breaking down the boundaries between different genres of music, from classical and film to pop and rock. Elton John raved, “Go and see them live, because it really is astonishing! I can’t remember seeing anything as exciting as them since I saw Jimi Hendrix live . . .”
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8:00 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Songfest 2015

Songfest is one of Pepperdine's greatest and most unique traditions, and has long been a favorite experience shared by students, alumni, and the greater Pepperdine family. This musical variety show, which features a cast of hundreds of students and a live orchestra, historically thrills each of its sold-out audiences during its annual six-performance run every March. More importantly, it provides each of its participants with an opportunity to forge wonderful friendships and share life-long memories. It is more uniquely "Pepperdine" than just about anything else that a student might do during his or her years at college.

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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Songfest 2015

Songfest is one of Pepperdine's greatest and most unique traditions, and has long been a favorite experience shared by students, alumni, and the greater Pepperdine family. This musical variety show, which features a cast of hundreds of students and a live orchestra, historically thrills each of its sold-out audiences during its annual six-performance run every March. More importantly, it provides each of its participants with an opportunity to forge wonderful friendships and share life-long memories. It is more uniquely "Pepperdine" than just about anything else that a student might do during his or her years at college.

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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Songfest 2015

Songfest is one of Pepperdine's greatest and most unique traditions, and has long been a favorite experience shared by students, alumni, and the greater Pepperdine family. This musical variety show, which features a cast of hundreds of students and a live orchestra, historically thrills each of its sold-out audiences during its annual six-performance run every March. More importantly, it provides each of its participants with an opportunity to forge wonderful friendships and share life-long memories. It is more uniquely "Pepperdine" than just about anything else that a student might do during his or her years at college.

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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Songfest 2015

Songfest is one of Pepperdine's greatest and most unique traditions, and has long been a favorite experience shared by students, alumni, and the greater Pepperdine family. This musical variety show, which features a cast of hundreds of students and a live orchestra, historically thrills each of its sold-out audiences during its annual six-performance run every March. More importantly, it provides each of its participants with an opportunity to forge wonderful friendships and share life-long memories. It is more uniquely "Pepperdine" than just about anything else that a student might do during his or her years at college.

BUY TICKETS
7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Songfest 2015

Songfest is one of Pepperdine's greatest and most unique traditions, and has long been a favorite experience shared by students, alumni, and the greater Pepperdine family. This musical variety show, which features a cast of hundreds of students and a live orchestra, historically thrills each of its sold-out audiences during its annual six-performance run every March. More importantly, it provides each of its participants with an opportunity to forge wonderful friendships and share life-long memories. It is more uniquely "Pepperdine" than just about anything else that a student might do during his or her years at college.

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2:00 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Songfest 2015

Songfest is one of Pepperdine's greatest and most unique traditions, and has long been a favorite experience shared by students, alumni, and the greater Pepperdine family. This musical variety show, which features a cast of hundreds of students and a live orchestra, historically thrills each of its sold-out audiences during its annual six-performance run every March. More importantly, it provides each of its participants with an opportunity to forge wonderful friendships and share life-long memories. It is more uniquely "Pepperdine" than just about anything else that a student might do during his or her years at college.

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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pilobolus

Wednesday, March 25, 2015, 8 PM

How to describe Pilobolus? Let’s start with their namesake: a sun-loving, pasture-dwelling fungus that can shoot spores right over a cow, like clowns out of a cannon. Pilobolus’ dance is just as astonishing—combining gymnastics, weight sharing, pop dance, and performance art in a delightfully whimsical human circus.
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8:00 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pepperdine Theatre: The Servant of Two Masters

By Carlo Goldoni
Translated by Stephen Mulrine
Bradley Griffin, Director

April 8–11, 2015

A classic comedy, The Servant of Two Masters has delighted audiences for more than 250 years. First published in 1753, Goldoni’s tangled tale of scheming lovers, scheming servants, and scheming fathers-in-law wrote the book—literally—for modern situation comedies. While the plot never pretends to explore the meaning of the universe, it reminds us that learning to laugh at ourselves is the quickest route to a long and happy life. Filled with gags and groans aplenty, it is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

Join a talkback with the actors and director after the Wednesday performance.

Image above is cropped and modified from Masquerade by John Morgan, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 International License. Based on a work at www.flickr.com.
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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pepperdine Theatre: The Servant of Two Masters

By Carlo Goldoni
Translated by Stephen Mulrine
Bradley Griffin, Director

April 8–11, 2015

A classic comedy, The Servant of Two Masters has delighted audiences for more than 250 years. First published in 1753, Goldoni’s tangled tale of scheming lovers, scheming servants, and scheming fathers-in-law wrote the book—literally—for modern situation comedies. While the plot never pretends to explore the meaning of the universe, it reminds us that learning to laugh at ourselves is the quickest route to a long and happy life. Filled with gags and groans aplenty, it is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

Join a talkback with the actors and director after the Wednesday performance.

Image above is cropped and modified from Masquerade by John Morgan, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 International License. Based on a work at www.flickr.com.
BUY TICKETS
7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pepperdine Theatre: The Servant of Two Masters

By Carlo Goldoni
Translated by Stephen Mulrine
Bradley Griffin, Director

April 8–11, 2015

A classic comedy, The Servant of Two Masters has delighted audiences for more than 250 years. First published in 1753, Goldoni’s tangled tale of scheming lovers, scheming servants, and scheming fathers-in-law wrote the book—literally—for modern situation comedies. While the plot never pretends to explore the meaning of the universe, it reminds us that learning to laugh at ourselves is the quickest route to a long and happy life. Filled with gags and groans aplenty, it is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

Join a talkback with the actors and director after the Wednesday performance.

Image above is cropped and modified from Masquerade by John Morgan, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 International License. Based on a work at www.flickr.com.
BUY TICKETS
7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pepperdine Theatre: The Servant of Two Masters

By Carlo Goldoni
Translated by Stephen Mulrine
Bradley Griffin, Director

April 8–11, 2015

A classic comedy, The Servant of Two Masters has delighted audiences for more than 250 years. First published in 1753, Goldoni’s tangled tale of scheming lovers, scheming servants, and scheming fathers-in-law wrote the book—literally—for modern situation comedies. While the plot never pretends to explore the meaning of the universe, it reminds us that learning to laugh at ourselves is the quickest route to a long and happy life. Filled with gags and groans aplenty, it is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

Join a talkback with the actors and director after the Wednesday performance.

Image above is cropped and modified from Masquerade by John Morgan, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 International License. Based on a work at www.flickr.com.
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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pepperdine Choir Masterworks Concert

Ryan Board, Director

Thursday, April 16, 2015, 7:30 PM
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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Northwest Dance Project

Sarah Slipper, Artistic Director

Saturday, April 18, 2015, 8 PM

Founded in 2004, this dance company is dedicated to the creation and performance of innovative, contemporary material. It has fostered the creation and premiere of over 160 original dances to date, with Dance International Magazine proclaiming that it has become “a laboratory, factory, and repository for risk-taking new works from the next generation of choreographers from Europe and North America.”
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8:00 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Pepperdine Orchestra Masterworks Concert

Tony Cason, Director

Thursday, April 23, 2015, 7:30 PM

Featuring the 2015 Thomas M. Osborn Concerto Competition winner.
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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

The Okee Dokee Brothers

Saturday, April 25, 2015, 11 AM

As childhood friends growing up in Denver, Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing were always exploring the outdoors—rafting down their neighborhood creek, taking long bike rides into the country, or discovering hiking trails through the Rockies. Now the Grammy Award winners (2013 Best Children's Album, Can You Canoe?) put their passion for the outdoors at the heart of their Americana folk music.

Join us for Family Art Day, featuring special art projects in the Gregg G. Juarez Palm Courtyard, on Saturday, April 25, 10 AM–1 PM. Free and open to the public.
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11:00 am
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Parkening International Guitar Competition

Young Guitarist Competition Preliminary Round

May 26–30, 2015

Be a part of music history when 15 of the finest young classical guitarists from around the globe converge on Pepperdine for the world’s preeminent guitar competition, with $65,000 in cash awards at stake. The thrilling final round on Saturday, May 30, will be the high point of the three-day contest. This edge-of-your-seat concert will feature the three finalists performing concertos with live orchestra and vying for the top cash awards, as well as Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, which will be awarded after the concert following the judges’ deliberation.

More information

The Final Round and Awards Ceremony are black tie optional.
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1:00 pm
Raitt Recital Hall Malibu, CA

Parkening International Guitar Competition

Young Guitarist Competition Final Round

May 26–30, 2015

Be a part of music history when 15 of the finest young classical guitarists from around the globe converge on Pepperdine for the world’s preeminent guitar competition, with $65,000 in cash awards at stake. The thrilling final round on Saturday, May 30, will be the high point of the three-day contest. This edge-of-your-seat concert will feature the three finalists performing concertos with live orchestra and vying for the top cash awards, as well as Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, which will be awarded after the concert following the judges’ deliberation.

More information

The Final Round and Awards Ceremony are black tie optional.
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9:00 am
Raitt Recital Hall Malibu, CA

Parkening International Guitar Competition

Parkening International Guitar Competition Preliminary Round

May 26–30, 2015

Be a part of music history when 15 of the finest young classical guitarists from around the globe converge on Pepperdine for the world’s preeminent guitar competition, with $65,000 in cash awards at stake. The thrilling final round on Saturday, May 30, will be the high point of the three-day contest. This edge-of-your-seat concert will feature the three finalists performing concertos with live orchestra and vying for the top cash awards, as well as Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, which will be awarded after the concert following the judges’ deliberation.

More information

The Final Round and Awards Ceremony are black tie optional.
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9:00 am
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Parkening International Guitar Competition

Parkening International Guitar Competition Semifinal Round

May 26–30, 2015

Be a part of music history when 15 of the finest young classical guitarists from around the globe converge on Pepperdine for the world’s preeminent guitar competition, with $65,000 in cash awards at stake. The thrilling final round on Saturday, May 30, will be the high point of the three-day contest. This edge-of-your-seat concert will feature the three finalists performing concertos with live orchestra and vying for the top cash awards, as well as Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, which will be awarded after the concert following the judges’ deliberation.

More information

The Final Round and Awards Ceremony are black tie optional.
BUY TICKETS
1:00 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

Parkening International Guitar Competition

Parkening International Guitar Competition Final Round & Awards Ceremony

May 26–30, 2015

Be a part of music history when 15 of the finest young classical guitarists from around the globe converge on Pepperdine for the world’s preeminent guitar competition, with $65,000 in cash awards at stake. The thrilling final round on Saturday, May 30, will be the high point of the three-day contest. This edge-of-your-seat concert will feature the three finalists performing concertos with live orchestra and vying for the top cash awards, as well as Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, which will be awarded after the concert following the judges’ deliberation.

More information

The Final Round and Awards Ceremony are black tie optional.
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7:30 pm
Smothers Theatre Malibu, CA

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