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Located on the campus of California State University, Northridge, the Valley Performing Arts Center hosts a powerful roster of theatrical, musical and dance performances, among other scheduling. The multicultural, internationally focused events schedule brings a refreshing array of artistry to its stage.
The Valley Performing Arts Center was built on the California State University, Northridge campus and was designed by HGA architects. The venue enjoyed its grand opening in January 2011.
The Valley Performing Arts Center schedules a rich variety of live events for its stage, from theatrical productions to both classical and popular music concerts. It invites a stellar rotation of visiting musicians and dance troupes to perform in its halls, in addition to playing host to a variety of community and international events. Past performances at the Valley Performing Arts Center have included appearances by the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Los Angeles Ballet, comedian David Sedaris, and Grammy Award-winning musicians such as Linda Ronstadt and Travis Tritt.
But the Valley Performing Arts Center's programming doesn't stop there. They've arranged special festivals such as Global Currents, a multi-day festival designed to celebrate inclusiveness and sustainability. Focusing around water both as a valuable resource and as a connective medium, the event included panel discussions, outdoor concerts, film screenings, traditional music and dance by artists from around the world, master workshops, and more.
The Valley Performing Arts Center also screens films on occasion, such as the ASCE Foundation's Dream Big.
The Valley Performing Arts Center features a number of venues, the largest and most well-known of which is the Great Hall. This grand venue features 1,700 comfortable seats and a gorgeous interior with three tiers. The smaller Plaza del Sol Concert Hall contains just 500 seats and an equally beautiful interior.
Aside from the Valley Performing Arts Center's rich programming, Southern California has many other charms. Guests to the region may enjoy a visit to nearby Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area, a 2,000-acre facility that features several parks and golf courses, hiking trails, bike paths, and other recreational facilities. Balboa Lake, also located in the recreation area, offers boat rentals and fishing opportunities. Los Angeles itself isn't far for those who prefer the city and want to stroll the Walk of Fame. For more live entertainment and music in an outdoor setting, check out the Starlight Bowl in nearby Burbank.
The Valley Performing Arts Center won no fewer than eight awards for its architectural design, including the 2011 AIA Los Angeles Design Award and the 2012 Los Angeles Business Council Architecture Award.