Upcoming Shows

Plaza del Sol, CSUN Campus

Saturday, June 29th, 7:30pm


Tonight's Favorite T.V. Music

•6:30pm Pre-Concert Party & Best PJs Contest

•7:30pm Concert

•9pm Post-Concert Hang with Helix & the Composers

Forget A.I. 100% Real Composers 100% Real Musicians 100% Organic 

Sit back, relax, (wear your fuzzy slippers if you like!) and enjoy Helix Collective’s wild ride through today’s best television music

The concert features t.v. music from the following composers and T.V. shows: Jongnic Bontemps (We Are: The Brooklyn Saints), Jeff Cardoni (White House Plumbers), Kristopher Carter (Missy and the Maxinator), Sherri Chung (Based on a True Story), Tony Morales (Fubar), Layla Minoui (Vampirina), Cindy O’Connor (The Professional Bridesmaid and The 27 Hour Day), Didier Lean Rachou (Sex and the City), Daniel Rojas (Fly Hard), Jeff Russo (Fargo and Ripley), and Amritha Vaz (Home). 

This concert is supported in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Thank you to our 2024 Season Sponsors BMI and Spectra Creative Agency and Concert Sponsor The Alliance for Women Film Composers. 


The Colony Theatre, Burbank

Saturday, August 3rd, 7:30pm


The live premiere of 12 original works from our joint album with Helix Collective and the Composers Diversity Collective. This will be the live premiere of the pieces by the film, t.v., and game composers of the Composers Diversity Collective, originally created as a record-from-home pandemic era album. 

Featuring music written for Helix Collective by Jina Hyojin An, James A. Goins, Kevin Smithers, George Shaw, Mary Ancheta, Cora Chung, Matthew Wang, Ghiya Rushidat, Sid De La Cruz, Pablo R. Langaine, Tony Morales, and Zong Chiang.

“The music ranges from Morales’ charming fairy-garden piece “Sapphire and Eliana” to the jazzy “Bla Bla Land” by South Korean composer Jina Hyojin An; from the wide-open-spaces “Old West” by Sid De La Cruz to the sweetly romantic “A New Place” by Middle Eastern composer Ghiya Rushidat; from the moody urgency of “Crossed Paths” by Mexico City-born Kevin Smithers to the edgy chamber-music sound of “Le Collapsus” by Taiwanese composer Cora Chung.”

-Jon Burlingame, Variety Magazine

Read more about the recording project in Variety Magazine

This concert is supported by a Community Arts Grant from the City of Burbank and our 2024 Season Sponsors BMI and Spectra Creative Agency. 


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Fiesta Hall, West Hollywood

Saturday, September 7th, 3pm

Level Up!

Game Music by Women and BIPOC Composers

Level Up! features game music from the globally popular Assassin’s Creed and a special video feature from Riot Games to revolutionary indie games, including Telling Lies and Dungeon Defenders. The music will be played live to select game highlights throughout the show. Helix Collective presents this concert featuring a roster of BIPOC and women composers, highlighting some of the biggest talents in video game music today.

2pm Start Screen Panel hosted by Jennifer Miller Hammel

3pm Concert

5pm Post-Concert Hang with the Composers

Featuring video game music by composers Winifred Phillips (Assassin’s Creed Liberation), Nainita Desai (Telling Lies, Immortality), Edwin Wendler (Bladed Fury, Honor of Kings), Jessica Curry (Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs), Afshin Cohen (Dungeon Defenders), Chase Bethea (Stardander School for Witches), Sid De La Cruz (Unearthing Mars 2: The Ancient War), Min He (Zombie Rollerz), and George Shaw (Riot Games Hop On Lunar Revel 2023). 

This program is supported in part by an arts grant from the City of West Hollywood and by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Department of Arts and Culture. Thank you to our 2024 Season Sponsors, BMI and Spectra Creative Agency, and our Concert Sponsors Orange Tree Samples and ReelCrafter! 

Wende Museum, Glorya Kaufman Creative Community Center, Culver City

November 10, 2024

Music with a Movie Camera

Helix Collective’s 10-piece film-music ensemble performs original soundtracks from the 1920-80s by composers from countries which formerly comprised the Soviet Union. 

Music from iconic films including “It’s a Wonderful Life” with a score by Dimitri Tiomkin, "Man with a Movie Camera," one of the earliest depictions of the cities of Ukraine on film, “The Gadfly” with music by Dimitri Shostakovich, "The Cranes are Flying," and "The Snowstorm." 

Film highlights will accompany the original soundtracks, songs, and the most striking musical moments from the films. 

This performance is made possible in part by the City of Culver City and its Cultural Affairs Commission, with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment. Thank you to our 2024 Season Sponsors, BMI and Spectra Creative Agency!

Tickets Available Summer 2024