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Picture this: It’s the end of the workday and you’re trudging through Union Station to catch the train or bus home. Out of the corner of your eye, you see someone dancing flamenco. What? Flamenco dancers in the station? Suddenly, your evening commute is transformed into something greater.
On Thursday August 31 (5:00pm), in partnership with Metro we’re bringing opera to Union Station to add some excitement to your evening commute. From 5-7pm, catch Metro Arts: LA Opera at Union Station and experience a taste of Carmen, inspired by our upcoming production. (Hint: That means great singers performing music from Carmen and other performers dancing flamenco.)
This is a wonderful time to experience the arts in Los Angeles. The arts scene is burgeoning like never before and all roads lead to Grand Avenue—home to several arts organizations, including LA Opera. With many arts destinations within walking distance of each other, Angelenos have never had simpler access to such a cross-section of art. From classical to contemporary, symphony to jazz, and of course grand opera, there’s something for every art palette.
Thanks to Metro, traveling to Grand Avenue will only get easier.
In just a few years, Metro will open a new station at the corner of Hope and Second streets. This is an incredible gift to the community and will increase accessibility to the city’s ever-evolving arts culture in downtown Los Angeles.
Metro is looking to name this station and is asking for public input for its naming and the naming of others in the Regional Connector line. As supporters of our art, you likely frequent our house and we’d like to ask for your help.