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Get Out: "Sunrise" To A Live Score and A Concert At MOCA

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ART: Tonight the Pasadena Museum of Art is hosting "Insight Artist Talk: LAYER in conversation with Frances Anderton of KCRW." Lisa Little and Emily White of Layer will talk with Frances Anderton of KCRW's DnA about their installation. The talk is free and it starts at 5 pm. For more information, visit the museum's site.

PERFORMANCE: Tonight the Cabeza de Vaca Orchestra will be performing a live score to F.W. Murnau’s classic silent film "Sunrise" at HM157 in Lincoln Heights. There will also be a performance by Qualia Dance Theater, a solo performance by Guy Blakeslee of the Entrance Band, visual art by Astral Eyes, musical sculpture by Lazer, projections by The Mystery Machine, and tunes by DJ Don Bolles. Doors open at 8 pm, and Sunrise plays at 10 pm. The suggested donation is $10. HM157 is located at 3110 N. Broadway. For more information, hit up its site.

MUSIC: MOCA is hosting a concert of sorts called "Songs on Conceptual Art," which is inspired by Sol Lewitt’s Sentences on Conceptual Art as sung by John Baldessari. Each musician and artist today will compose and perform a song based on one of Lewitt's lines. The concert was oganized by Crystal Baxley and Stefan Ransom and will include performances by Lucky Dragons, DAVIS HOOKER, Giggles, Jordan Dykstra, LA Ladies Choir, Caspar Sonnet, Dragging an Ox Through Water, Brendan Fowler, and Sun Foot. The event kicks off at 1 pm and will last until 7 pm. For more information and the full schedule, check out MOCA's site.