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Composers throughout history have put pen to page to create new works inspired by their predecessors, and this weekend’s appearance by Russian-born composer-pianist Lera Auerbach offers an intriguing example of admiration leading to musical tribute. Presented by San Francisco Performances, Auerbach will perform Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” for solo piano and give the world premiere of her “21st Century Pictures,” which she composed in response to Mussorgsky’s masterpiece the red shoes ballet.

Want to add more to your moviegoing experience?. Instead of going to the same theater you always do, or even some of Southern California’s best-known movie landmarks, you might like to try some place a little different. We’ve rounded up a selection of cinemas that stand out, whether it’s for their decor, history or some other reason, and are worth their ticket price the red shoes ballet. Lido Theater: Art deco is the rule here, inside and out. You may want to show up before the lights are dimmed, so you can soak in the murals of sea creatures swimming along the theater’s walls. The women’s restroom features a lush parlor area, thanks to Bette Davis. According to the venue’s lore, the star drove by the theater in 1938 as it was being built and told the owner that it “had better open with my picture,” referring to her upcoming film, that year’s “Jezebel.” It did. 3459 Via Lido, Newport Beach, 949-673-8350,

Mission Tiki Theatre: This venue is a four-screen drive-in transformed in 2006 to boast ticket booths that look like tiki huts, a tiki-themed concession stand and a Maui statue garden. While the menu isn’t Polynesian, the venue brags about its pizza and Mexican food. Tickets cover 2 films and are $9 for those age 10 and up and kids 5-9 are $1.10798 Ramona Ave., Montclair, 909-628-0511, Reading Cinemas Cal Oaks with Titan Luxe: Just finishing up a multi-million dollar revamp, this theater has 17 screens, including two Titan Luxe premium auditoriums with Dolby Atmos sound. The box office has been replaced with a reception desk and there is recliner seating in all its theaters the red shoes ballet. Six of the auditoriums also have seat-side waiter service and craft food and drink menus. 41090 California Oaks Road, Murrieta, 951-696-7045,

Temeku Cinemas: What makes this theater stand out is its popularity. If you check the reviews on its Facebook page, you will be surprised by the miles people drive to come here. It’s an older venue, but clean and well-kept and it screens recent films for $3.75-$4.50, add $2 for 3D. It also regularly screens throwback movies and offers raffles and giveaways for free tickets the red shoes ballet. 26463 Ynez Road, Temecula, 951-296-9728, Old Towne Music Hall: Classic movies and silent films are screened here with the accompaniment of a 1925 Mighty Wurlitzer theater pipe organ as needed. The organ’s components have fluorescent paint on them so they shine in black light and there is a sing-along before every movie. Tickets are $10 general and $8 seniors, but note that they are only available at the theater’s box office 30 minutes before each show time and may be purchased only with cash or by check. 140 Richmond St., El Segundo, 310-322-2592,

Regency Theatres Norwalk 8: Located in the back of a shopping center, this cinema appears mundane until you step inside the red shoes ballet. The lobby walls are painted black and there is an eye-poppingamount of neon and other colorful lighting, so you feel as if you are on the deck of an alien spaceship or should have worn your disco duds. There is no disco ball, but tickets are $2-$3 for recent films, except on Tuesdays when all seats are $1.50. If you want to see a 3D movie add $2. 13917 Pioneer Blvd., Norwalk, 562-804-5615,

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