Song, dance and extra occasions in New Orleans this week (Nov. 6-12, 2018) | Song protection

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Music, dance and more events in New Orleans this week (Nov. 6-12, 2018) | Music coverage


Rameau’s ‘Pygmalion’

Thu.-Solar. Nov. 8-11 | The New Orleans Opera Affiliation’s program of French baroque song contains Jean-Philippe Rameau’s one-act operatic model of the mythological story of a sculptor who falls in love with one among his statues and begs Venus to offer it lifestyles. The paintings options dance by means of Marigny Opera Ballet. At 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and a couple of:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Le Petit Theatre.

‘Los angeles Resistance’

Fri.-Solar. Nov. 9-11 | Melange Dance Corporate premieres a piece impressed by means of protests and the battle for civil rights, the Stonewall riots, the ladies’s motion and environmental activism. At Eight p.m. Friday via Sunday on the Fresh Arts Middle.

Lonesome Leash

Fri.-Sat. Nov. 9-10 | Accordion-driven multi-instrumentalist Walt McClements (Why Are We Development The sort of Large Send?, Darkish Darkish Darkish) returns to New Orleans at the heels of 2018 album “Subtle Artwork” at the not too long ago introduced queer DIY label Cruisin’ Information. He plays Eight p.m. Friday at Tigermen Den and a couple of p.m. Saturday at Euclid Information.

Billy Strings

Sat. Nov. 10 | Along with his speedy and dexterous selecting on September free up “Turmoil & Tinfoil,” Billy Strings distinguishes himself as bluegrass song’s emerging megastar as he additionally comprises nation and psychedelic influences. At 11 p.m. at d.b.a.

The New Orleans synthesizer-based outfit celebrates the discharge of a brand new EP at Banks Boulevard Bar Nov. 10

New Orleans’ Girls Arm Wrestling

Sat. Nov. 10 | After a decade of philanthropic arm wrestling competitions and performances, the group is webhosting its “ultimate brawl,” with appearances from Napoleon Complicated, Liberaunchy M Tajiri, Woody Shticks, Gayle King Kong and Dakota Crow and others, with visitor judges and song from DJ Lunch$Cash. Proceeds receive advantages the New Orleans Abortion Fund. Eight p.m. at One Eyed Jacks.

Bywater and Marigny venues host selection theater performances Nov. 7-11

Wye Oak

Mon. Nov. 12 | On 2018’s “The Louder I Name, the Sooner It Runs” (Merge Information), the 6th album from Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack as Wye Oak, the Baltimore duo rankings giant, sweeping moments with intimate people and synth-pop preparations. Thor & Buddies opens at Nine p.m. at One Eyed Jacks.

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