AFTER DARK LIVE AND ONLINE
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PICTURED: Catch sax player Will Donato at the Virtual Happy Hour Jazz Series presented by the Oxnard Jazz Festival and hosted by comedian Jammin’ Jay Lamont. Donato is joined by Johnny Britt (trumpet), Darryl Walker (vocals), Nils (rhythm guitar) and Kay-ta (guitar). Streamed live on Saturday, Jan. 23, at 6 p.m.
National Geographic Live: “Life on Other Worlds,” a virtual presentation about the latest in space exploration with planetary scientist and astrobiologist Kevin Peter Hand and NASA engineer Kobie Boykins. Presented by the Bank of America Performing Arts Center. 7 p.m. bapacthousandoaks.com ★
Gary Ballen: “The Human Jukebox” on Facebook Live every Thursday, 7-9 p.m. www.facebook.com/garyballen1
VMF Music Connects: Ventura Music Festival continues its celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday with a series of sonatas performed by pianist Adam Golka as part of his ambitious 32@32 project starting at 11 a.m. venturamusicfestival.org/special-events/virtually-yours-a-vmf-occasional-series/ ★
Gary Ballen: “The Human Jukebox” on Facebook Live every Saturday, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. www.facebook.com/garyballen1
Virtual Happy Hour Jazz Series: Music and comedy hosted by comedian Jammin’ Jay Lamont and featuring Johnny Britt (trumpet), Darryl Walker (vocals), Nils (rhythm guitar), Will Donato (sax) and Kay-ta (guitar). Streamed live from the Miracle Theater and presented by Oxnard Jazz Festival. 6 p.m. e360tv.com/happy-hour-jazz-festival/ ★
Camerata Pacifica Concerts at Home: Camerata Pacific presents a livestream classical music concert from its video library every Sunday at 10 a.m. on YouTube and Facebook. cameratapacifica.org
Gary Ballen’s Sunday Fun Day: “The Human Jukebox” on Facebook Live every Sunday, 3-6 p.m. www.facebook.com/garyballen1
New West Symphony: Holocaust Remembrance Week begins with an interview with Violins of Hope Los Angeles Chair Susanne Reyto, a screening of the documentary Violins of Hope and a talk with Celina Biniaz, the youngest “Schindler’s List” survivor. 7 p.m. newwestsymphony.org/2020-21-virtual-season/holocaust-remembrance/ ★