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MIM Music Theater

ACOUSTICALLY SUPERB! Immerse yourself in the sounds of the world in the state-of-the-art MIM Music Theater. Offering spacious seating and exceptional acoustics, the intimate 300-seat theater showcases an inspiring array of live concerts by major artists from around the globe. MIM also offers workshops, films, lectures, and interactive performances that draw guests deeper into global musical traditions and trends.

Upcoming Shows for MIM Music Theater

  • Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017

    Phoenix Boys Choir [SOLD OUT]

    Hop on the sleigh with the Phoenix Boys Choir and listen to the most endearing holiday songs and carols from around the world. Audiences will be filled with holiday spirit as the angelic voices of the choir perform a delightful array of songs from England, France, Germany, Austria, and Poland, as well as other countries in Latin America. The choir will pay tribute to Johann Sebastian Bach with excerpts from his beloved Christmas Oratory, and of course, it wouldn’t be the holidays without the boys singing the Vienna Boys’ Choir version of “Silent Night” and Handel’s famous “Hallelujah Chorus.” Bring your family to this holiday extravaganza for all to enjoy!

  • Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017

    Timothy B. Schmit [SOLD OUT]

    Patience is a virtue. And with a career that unfolds back to the halcyon 1960s, patience has served Timothy B. Schmit well. He was in his teens when he charted for the first time. At the turn of the decade, he joined Poco and helped steer the band into its pioneering fusions of country, rock, and folk. In 1977, he became a member of the legendary Eagles, an association that would continue on and off for decades.

  • Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017

    Timothy B. Schmit [SOLD OUT]

    Patience is a virtue. And with a career that unfolds back to the halcyon 1960s, patience has served Timothy B. Schmit well. He was in his teens when he charted for the first time. At the turn of the decade, he joined Poco and helped steer the band into its pioneering fusions of country, rock, and folk. In 1977, he became a member of the legendary Eagles, an association that would continue on and off for decades.

  • Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017

    Cherish the Ladies: Celtic Christmas [SOLD OUT]

    One of the most engaging and successful ensembles in the history of Celtic music, Cherish the Ladies has shared timeless Irish traditions with audiences worldwide for over thirty years. In their Celtic Christmas program, the Ladies put their signature mark on classic carols, such as “O Come All Ye Faithful” and “Silent Night,” in arrangements that highlight the group’s unique Celtic instrumentation, beautiful harmonies, and spectacular step dancing. Hailed by the New York Times as “passionate, tender and rambunctious,” Cherish the Ladies has released three critically acclaimed holiday albums, On Christmas Night, A Star in the East, and 2015’s Christmas in Ireland.

  • Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017

    Peter Asher: A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond! [SOLD OUT]

    Peter Asher’s legendary music career began in 1964 as one-half of the British singing duo Peter and Gordon, who amassed nine Top 20 records during their career. In 1968, Asher became head of the artists and repertoire division of the Beatles’ newly formed record company, Apple Records, where he worked closely with the Liverpool quartet on their individual projects. Since then, Asher has continued to be in high demand as a record producer, consultant, lecturer, and performer in his successful one-man show, “A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond.” He is the current president of the Recording Academy–Los Angeles Chapter.

  • Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

    Christmas with the Celts [SOLD OUT]

    The first live performance of Christmas with the Celts was filmed in 2010 in front of a sold-out audience at the original Grand Ole Opry, the world-famous Ryman Auditorium. The Celts’ lineup features founder Ric Blair on vocals, guitars, bodhran, and piano; Laura McGhee from Dundee, Scotland, on vocals and fiddle; plus an ensemble of world-class musicians playing uilleann pipes, Irish whistles, drums, bass, and mandolin. The band also includes a children’s choir, lush string arrangements, and the always-crowd-pleasing Irish step dancers.

  • Friday, Dec. 22, 2017

    Peter Asher: A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond! [SOLD OUT]

    Peter Asher’s legendary music career began in 1964 as one-half of the British singing duo Peter and Gordon, who amassed nine Top 20 records during their career. In 1968, Asher became head of the artists and repertoire division of the Beatles’ newly formed record company, Apple Records, where he worked closely with the Liverpool quartet on their individual projects. Since then, Asher has continued to be in high demand as a record producer, consultant, lecturer, and performer in his successful one-man show, “A Musical Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond.” He is the current president of the Recording Academy–Los Angeles Chapter.

  • Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017

    Dom Flemons: The American Songster

    Raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Dom Flemons began his involvement with music by playing percussion in his high school band. After picking up the guitar and harmonica as a teenager, he began to play in local coffee houses and became a regular performer on the Arizona folk-music scene. He took a brief break from playing music to pursue slam poetry (he majored in English at Northern Arizona University) and performed in two national poetry slams in 2002 and 2003. Aside from exploring slam poetry, he spent his early adulthood listening to records and discovering a love of folk music, blues, jazz, jug-band music, country music, and 1950s rock ’n’ roll. He became interested in folk musicians such as Phil Ochs, Dave Van Ronk, and Mike Seeger, as well as other musicians such as Mississippi John Hurt, Howlin’ Wolf, Hank Williams, Chuck Berry, and Carl Perkins. After stepping away from the slam poetry scene, he rekindled his interest in music, this time focusing on the old-time blues music of the pre–World War II era.

  • Friday, Feb. 02, 2018

    Kid Koala (Night 1)

    Montreal-based scratch DJ and music producer Kid Koala presents a magical, multidisciplinary adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall. The story centers around a headphones-sporting robot on the verge of obsolescence and infatuated with a winsome office drone. Directed by K. K. Barrett, recently Oscar-nominated for Her, this live adaptation unfolds via real-time filming of more than a dozen miniature stages and a cast of puppets. Koala and the dynamic Afiara Quartet provide live scoring on piano, strings, and turntables.

  • Saturday, Feb. 03, 2018

    Kid Koala (Night 2)

    Montreal-based scratch DJ and music producer Kid Koala presents a magical, multidisciplinary adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall. The story centers around a headphones-sporting robot on the verge of obsolescence and infatuated with a winsome office drone. Directed by K. K. Barrett, recently Oscar-nominated for Her, this live adaptation unfolds via real-time filming of more than a dozen miniature stages and a cast of puppets. Koala and the dynamic Afiara Quartet provide live scoring on piano, strings, and turntables.

  • Sunday, Feb. 04, 2018

    Kid Koala (Night 3)

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  • Monday, Feb. 05, 2018

    Kid Koala (Night 4)

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