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Fireside at the Miles Performance Series Begins on January 10
December 23, 2019
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Santa Monica’s historic Miles Memorial Playhouse will host the 11th annual Fireside at the Miles, an intimate performance series featuring a mix of world-class music, dance and comedy. The series will kick off at 8 p.m. on Friday, January 10 with the series ending until Saturday, February 22.
The Playhouse, built in 1929, contains a large period fireplace in the main auditorium. In the 1930’s and 40’s the fireplace was used as a centerpiece for community events and it is in this spirit of gathering that the Fireside Series was started in 2010. Seating for the series is oriented around the fireplace and includes couches and coffee tables. Candles, intimate lighting and a coffee and tea bar add to the seasonal ambiance offering a unique Santa Monica experience.
Fireside at the Miles Performance Schedule:
Friday, January, 10 – Nick Mancini Collective Brazilian, American jazz
Saturday, January, 11 – Ikat Quartet, LA Electric 8 and GuitAria, contemporary guitar
Friday, January, 17 – Orchestra Santa Monica Woodwind Quintet, classical music
Saturday, January, 18 – Colibri Quartet, jazz combo featuring guitar
Friday, January, 24 – Bruns Collective with Kevin Baché, contemporary jazz
Saturday, January 25 – Voices Only, a capella night group and solo singing
Friday, January 31 – John Tegmeyer, Quintet Clarinet jazz combo
Saturday, February 1 – On Ensemble, Taiko drums / World Music
Friday, February, 7 – Todd Washington Trio, blues and rock
Saturday, February, 8 – Los Angeles Flute Orchestra, classical music
Friday, February, 14 – Angela Todaro & Petty Chavez, evening of music and dance
Saturday, February, 15 – The Joe and Joshua Show, comedy and variety
Friday, February, 21 – Natalie Jacob, jazz band with contemporary jazz vocals
Saturday, February, 22 – Suchi Branfman and Special Guests, dance and movement
Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for youth age 18 and under, adults age 55 and over and students. The doors open at 7:30pm and shows run from 8 - 10 p.m. Seating is general admission. For a complete line-up please visit www.santamonica.gov/miles. Free underground parking is available at 808 Wilshire Blvd.