The mission of Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles is to make live music accessible to all, creating stronger and more connected communities while celebrating the diversity of our city and beyond. Every summer, 50 FREE concerts are presented at the Levitt Pavilion, featuring acclaimed, emerging talent to seasoned, award-winning performers in a broad range of music genres.
W. 6th Street & South Park View Street Los Angeles, CA 90057
As the Executive Director, Allison leads Levitt LA’s mission driven programming and builds sustainable nonprofit developments. She is a theater director, performance artist, and artist curator, encouraging and advancing more opportunities for free access to quality artistic experiences as a public good, for which she has dedicated her career. As an artist curator and performance programmer, Keating produces the Wild Art Party series, nights of extreme creative freedom for artists to perform and experiment in a low pressure environment with a supportive audience to foster a greater experimental performance audience in Los Angeles. Keating was the Co-Director & Curator of Performance at Los Angeles Nomadic Division, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to commissioning site/situation specific contemporary public artworks. She also held the position as the Artistic Assistant at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills where she programed free outdoor concert series and a large two day festival of local artists. In New York City, Keating was Artistic & Development Associate at 3LD Art & Technology Center where she curated resident artists and founded the 3LD Media Arts Program, curating digital, media and trans-media artists. Keating helped produce and curate several large scale community art events at 3LD which featured nights of free art exhibitions, performances, and technology demonstrations to the public. Allison M Keating received her BFA in Drama at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and a Directing MFA from the School of Theater at the California Institute of the Arts with an auxiliary MFA in Integrated Media.
Director of Programming & Production
As Director of Programming & Production With over 15 years of experience in the Southern California’s music and art scenes, booking international and local talent across jazz, rock, hip-hop, funk, Latin music and many more, Matthew curates a unique blend of 50 free concerts as the Levitt Los Angeles’ Director of Programming & Production, booking over 150 performances each summer. Before joining Levitt, he was the Festival Director at Eagle Rock Music Festival, Talent Buyer for Perch and Mrs. Fish, Production Manager at Spaceland Presents, and has consulted in the production of concerts and festivals like the L.A. Philharmonic 100 year Anniversary Celebration, Anderson Paak in the Park, Desert Daze, Cloak & Dagger, Echo Park Rising, KCRW’s Masquerade Ball, FOLAR, Mad Ave to name a few. He has also served as Tour Manager and FOH Audio Engineer for artists like Thelma Houston, Vince Staples, The Lemonheads, Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions, The Expanders, and many more. Matthew was a co-founder of L.A. Fort, a cooperative DIY artistic space that encourages collaboration between diverse artists and an active member of the arts collective FMLY. He loves listening to gospel, shoegaze, afrobeat, global bass, motown, and chicha, among other genres.
Director of Community Relations & Partnerships
As Director of Community Relations & Partnerships, Allegra develops equitable and sustainable community engagement strategies to connect the Levitt LA-Westlake community and beyond. A lifelong Angeleno, Allegra brings 15 years of experience in the non-profit field with a laser focus on community organizing, youth development, arts and culture. She received her education in the communities where she has worked—Pasadena City College and UC Santa Cruz—earning a BA in Community Studies and Art History. Her community work includes working with: Occidental College, Heidi Duckler Dance Company, Jewish Vocational Service, 24th Street Theatre, Homies Unidos and Inner City Law Center. She was an ACTIVATE fellow with Arts for LA focused on Cultural Policy in 2016-17 and a mentee of the Women of Color in the Arts Leadership Through Mentorship Program in 2018. Allegra has also served as a grants panelist with the LA City Department of Cultural Affairs, Long Beach Arts Council, LA County Arts Commission, the MAP Fund and the CA Arts Council. All of her work demonstrates her commitment to be a strategic community builder who is passionate about social justice and creating equitable access to the arts. When not activating the Levitt LA lawn she can be found hiking, traveling, attending cultural events, and enjoying many musical genres such as global bass, hip-hop, reggae/dancehall, cumbia, and more.