Friday, November 6, 2015
Advance online and phone sales are closed. Tickets are available at the door. Doors open at 7:30pm. See you soon!
"Bliss-inducing original music by violinist/vocalist/composer Lili Haydn...My response was the reviewer’s equivalent of a spiritual visitation." - L.A. Times
"Haydn has a voice so sublime that it is truly like the fifth string of her virtuoso violin." - Paper Magazine
"A mix of neo-psychedelic flower child and rock star virtuoso...Heifetz meet Hendrix." - NPR Review
"LiliLand is a playful, upbeat, moving, genre-transcending, mystical journey…for your heart, soul and mind as well as your ears.” - Huffington Post
Referred to as the "Jimi Hendrix of the violin," Lili Haydn astounds with her fiery and virtuosic music and vocals. A distinguished singer, songwriter, composer and violinist, Haydn has released four critically acclaimed major label recordings as a solo artist, appeared on numerous TV shows, including the Tonight Show and the HBO hit Californication, toured the world, and collaborated with legendary artists such as Herbie Hancock, Sting, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, the LA Philharmonic, and George Clinton, to name a few.
A classically trained violinist, Lili Haydn picked up her psychedelic rock and roll roots from a wild and eclectic past of living in the Hollywood Hills. After a successful first solo album, Lili Haydn experienced a major setback. She had just moved into her Los Angeles home when she began to notice a decline in her physical and mental health. Unaware of what caused this sudden change, Haydn spent months with various experts to figure out the cause of her illness.
Engineers discovered the presence of the pesticide Chlordane in the foundation of the house. The pesticide had spread into Haydn’s heating and air conditioning ducts, contaminating the entire house. The musician had been suffering from toxic inebriation for months and struggled to find a cure for her significant loss of brain function. She tried everything from drug de-toxes to monthly sauna sessions, but nothing worked. Haydn picked up her violin again and began practicing daily.
When she eventually regained her health, Haydn remained committed to educating the public on the positive effects of music on the brain through a series of lectures on TEDx Talks, NPR, and other speaking engagements. See one of her TedxTalk here!
Since her recovery, Haydn has scored numerous feature films and recorded her latest album, ‘Lililand’ and went on to share her talents with high profile musicians across genres.
Produced by GRAND VISION FOUNDATION
General Admission $20
Cabaret Table Seat $25 This level is Sold Out.
VIP Deck Table Seat $30 This level is Sold Out.
Private Cabaret Table $100 (Seats up to 4 guests, limited availability) This level is Sold Out.Private VIP Deck Table $120 (Seats up to 4 guests, limited availability) This level is Sold Out.
General Admission at the Door: $25.00