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Photo by Cheryl Mann

Photo by Cheryl Mann

A special offer: An intimate Meet the Artists>> Hosted by our DEAR supporters at their home! See/hear and meet Glenn Kotche & Danielle Agami moments before their L.A premier!

Photo by Cheryl Mann

Photo by Cheryl Mann

At their home, the Soros family welcomes you to meet the artists >> Nov 9 // @ 8pm>>

Tickets start @ $250 >> enjoy A fine Dinner + A performance & conversation with Kotche & Agami! +++ Get a VIP ticket for the premier of calling glenn @ ROYCE HALL on NOV 11 + This ticket includes a pass to the Donors Lounge & the post show reception>> possible Thanks to the support of CAP UCLA. 

Tickets here!

Photo by Cheryl Mann

Photo by Cheryl Mann

>>> calling glenn >>> NOV 11 @ 8pm>>Royce Hall

Co-Commissioned by: 

Catharine & Jeffrey Soros, Jill Steinberg & The Johnson Foundation

About Glenn Kotche

Zen and the art of Adventureland

For a percussionist and composer as energetic, inquisitive and versatile as Glenn Kotche, it’s his sense of balance—his ability to thrive in different and seemingly disparate worlds—that really makes him stand out as a musician. 

Since 2001, Kotche has been the rhythmic anchor in Wilco. He has appeared on over 80 recordings by artists as diverse as Andrew Bird, Edith Frost, Neil Finn and Radiohead's Phil Selway, and he’s a founding member of two other bands— Loose Fur, with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and longtime collaborator Jim O’Rourke, and On Fillmore, with upright bassist Darin Gray. He has also written music for classical and post-classical ensembles like Kronos Quartet, the Silk Road Ensemble, the Bang on a Can All-Stars, So Percussion, eighth blackbird and many more.

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