Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Sports And Art

Music Center receives $25 million gift


The Music Center in Los Angeles has announced a $25 million gift from Tina and Jerry Moss to enhance its programming and enhance access to arts experiences in Los Angeles County.

The largest gift in the center’s history will establish a number of new initiatives, including a free summer concert series to be held outdoors on the newly named Jerry Moss Plaza, and will support the organization’s commitment to providing free and low-cost events and programming that is relevant to and reflective of the region’s diverse communities. To that end, the center will formally launch partnerships with community-based organizations aimed at uplifting artists and their work, with a focus on Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) artists.

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