El Camino College Center for the Arts is proud to partner with community organizations
to provide high-quality art, entertainment and cultural events throughout the year.
Outreach programs for youth, special initiatives that celebrate the community’s cultural
diversity, and unique musical productions, art exhibitions, and academic enrichment
programs are just a few of the events coordinated through the Center for the Arts.
Beach Cities Symphony's 2019-20 Season
These are FREE EVENTS. For more information, visit the Beach Cities Symphony website.
December 6, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
Join us for our annual community sing-along performance of Handel's Messiah with organ, orchestra, and professional soloists.
We pack the house every year and admission is FREE! You are the chorus!
Directed by Joanna Medawar Nachef
This is a FREE event - Bring your own score or pick one up at the door. Parking is $3.
For more information, contact Dr. Joanna Medawar Nachef, director
310-660-3593, ext. 3713 or email@example.com
"The Nutcracker" Presented by The South Bay Ballet
December 21, 2019 at 2 p.m.
Nationally known South Bay Ballet delivers a holiday confection for savvy ballet audiences who are looking for impeccably trained artists and a creative, accessible interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s classic. Grandmother Clara tells the story of a young girl on Christmas Eve, dreaming a lush and vivid fantasy of her faithful Nutcracker Prince escorting her to the Kingdom of Sweets, where she becomes his beautiful, grown-up ballerina–and isn’t that every girl’s Christmas wish?
Los Angeles Opera
The Marriage of Figueroa
January 29, 2020 at 10:30 a.m.
Educational Outreach Programming
Based on Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, our story is set at the beautiful (and fictional) Mission Aguas Frescas where a wedding celebration for the powerful (and real) governor of Upper California, General José Figueroa, is underway. Figueroa receives a surprise wedding gift: a performance of his favorite opera, The Marriage of Figaro. His guests ask him to perform the role of Figaro to teach him a lesson about the error of his greedy ways.
This is a Los Angeles Opera educational outreach event and is designed for elementary age students. The program is FREE but advanced reservations are required. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact the El Camino College Ticket Office at: (310) 329-5345 or email ArtsTickets@elcamino.edu.