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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
    Descriptive info: .. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.. making great music personal.. give now.. buy tickets.. join eLACO.. home.. performances.. venues.. community.. about.. support LACO.. 20/30s.. gallery.. blog.. podcasts.. our next performance.. Thursday, December 5, 2013.. Zipper Concert Hall.. baroque conversations 1.. Margaret Batjer.. , leader & violin.. John Schneiderman.. , lute & baroque guitar.. Tereza Stanislav.. , violin.. Armen Ksajikian.. , cello.. Nico Abondolo.. , bass.. Patricia Mabee.. , keyboard.. Weiss.. Passacaglia in D major.. Kohaut.. Lute Concerto in F major (No.. 1).. Cazzati.. Trattenimento per Camera, Op.. 22, Passacaglia.. Varii e Diversi Capricci, Op.. 50, Ciaconna.. Corelli.. La Follia, Op.. 5, No.. 12.. Schmelzer.. Ciaccona in A major.. Scarlatti.. Sonata in E minor, K.. 81.. Sonata in G major, K.. 91.. Sonata in D major, K.. 140.. Merula.. Ciaccona.. Revered.. LACO.. concertmaster Margaret Batjer sets the tone for the holidays with an evening of sparkling themes and variations featuring virtuoso artists from the Orchestra.. upcoming performance.. Saturday, January 25, 2014.. Alex Theatre.. Sunday, January 26, 2014.. Royce Hall.. mozart, beethoven haydn.. Matthew Halls.. , conductor.. Andrew Shulman.. Allan Vogel.. , oboe.. Kenneth Munday.. , bassoon.. Mozart.. Ballet Music from.. Idomeneo.. Haydn.. Sinfonia concertante in B-flat major.. Kernis.. Musica Celestis.. Beethoven.. Symphony No.. 1 in C major.. special event.. stradosphere: a strad-studded gala evening.. World-class musicians come together to perform music by Vivaldi, Locatelli and Piazzolla on the greatest violins known to man.. Save the date for this unparalleled concert and  ...   pm for the next.. 2012-13 concert broadcast on.. KUSC.. 93.. 1 FM.. Click for the schedule and enjoy.. on the airways!.. the LACO blog.. what on earth is a cimbalom?.. Sometimes when I attend LACO concerts, I m excited for very specific reasons.. Perhaps there s an unfamiliar composer or a premiere that I m looking forward to hearing, or maybe there s a piece I m actually familiar with that I get to hear performed live for the first time.. This past weekend, at the Beethoven: Pastoral concert at the Alex Theater, my expectations were slightly lower: I just wanted to stay awake.. My day had started very early that morning, and I hadn t slept well the night before, so if I could keep my eyes open throughout the entire concert, the evening would be a success.. And don t go pretending you ve never walked into an event thinking the same thing! I m happy to report that not only did my eyes stay wide open, but I had a great time, too.. More.. Give now!.. Please support the orchestra.. LACO s dynamic concerts and pre-eminent guest artists are made possible through sponsorships from individuals like you.. To.. learn more.. about how you can help make great music possible, contact.. Lacey Huszcza.. at 213 622 7001 202.. press.. contact.. college.. audit.. privacy policy.. glossary.. All materials 2006 Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra unless otherwise noted.. Site by.. Polychrome..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - buy tickets
    Descriptive info: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra: making great music personal.. tickets.. Great composers capture the joy, sorrow, yearning and triumph we all experience.. Find the soundtrack to your life in LACO’s 2013-14 season.. Full Series subscriptions.. to the.. 2013-14 Orchestral Series.. ,.. Baroque Conversations.. and.. Westside Connections.. are available through the.. box office at 213 622 7001 1.. Call Andrew or Megan to place your series order today.. Single ticket sales available as follows.. :.. Orchestral Series.. tickets are available now.. online and by phone beginning in November 2013.. online and by phone beginning in January 2014.. Online tickets, when available, may be ordered online 24 hours a day, until four hours prior to the starting time of each concert.. After those times, please call the.. box office, or buy tickets at the venue.. Download the 2013-14 seating charts.. Alex Theatre seating chart.. Ambassador Auditorium.. seating chart for the September and October Saturday Orchestral Series concerts is not available at this time.. Ambassador Auditorium seating chart for Discover.. Royce Hall seating chart.. Zipper Hall.. seating chart for Baroque Conversations.. The Moss Theater.. chart for Westside Connections is not available at this time.. January 25 & 26.. When was the last time you got together with friends to do something creative?.. Unlike Mozart and Beethoven, Haydn spent most of his life working for one powerful, generous man: Prince Esterházy of Hungary.. Upon the Prince’s death, Haydn was free to find new opportunities—and new friends—abroad.. Amidst his London successes, Haydn found time to write his Sinfonia concertante, a lively showcase for the composer and several of his pals.. Witness the beginning of a beautiful friendship when the new Oregon Bach Festival artistic director.. leads the Orchestra in his California debut, while four superbly talented.. principals recreate Haydn’s most companionable work.. Then as now—artistic ventures have more life when shared with friends.. February  ...   Jennifer Koh.. the answer is clear.. Teacher and revered soloist Laredo joins Koh, his student-turned-star, to perform Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in D minor under the direction of dynamic young guest conductor.. James Feddeck.. in his Los Angeles debut.. The teacher and former student also share the spotlight for the West Coast premiere of Anna Clyne’s Prince of Clouds, a Baroque-style concerto inspired by Laredo and Koh’s artistic family tree.. This transfer of knowledge and inspiration between generations is a beautiful gift.. (Anna Clyne).. April 26 & 27.. chopin: piano concerto.. What ever happened to your first love? Do you ever think back and smile?.. Due to a growing revolt in Warsaw, Chopin was forced to leave behind his young love, soprano Konstancja Gładkowska, and immigrate to Paris.. Though separated, Chopin continued to be inspired by her, composing the Larghetto of his virtuosic Concerto No.. 2 with her in mind.. Gładkowska eventually married another, and Chopin found other loves as well.. But perhaps on certain anniversaries or when they heard their song, they thought fondly of each other…and smiled.. In her LA Chamber Orchestra debut, spectacular pianist.. Natasha Paremski.. takes you down memory lane.. (.. American Record Guide.. ).. May 17 & 18.. bach mozart: double concertos.. Life is busy.. Kids, errands, clients, traffic…so much to do.. And often all at once.. For one evening, leave the multitasking to.. music director.. as he conducts two double concertos from the keyboard, in collaboration with artist extraordinaire.. Jeremy Denk.. , music director of the 2014 Ojai Festival.. And for good measure, dare-devil Denk also solos on a third fiendishly finger-twisting concerto.. Join us for feats of multi-musicality to eclipse the memory of your morning routine.. Tickets are available by phone at.. 213 622 7001 x 1.. Programs and artists subject to change.. No refunds or exchanges.. Site design by..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - performances
    Descriptive info: full schedule.. concerts.. broadcasts.. ticket info.. events.. orchestral.. baroque.. westside.. orchestral series.. Music director.. presents a dazzling year that brings rising international stars to the Los Angeles stage, including works by Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn and Chopin.. This year, bring your life, we’ll provide the music.. next up.. Saturday, January 25, Saturday 8 pm.. Sunday, January 26, Sunday 7 pm.. westside connections.. brings intimate chamber music to the Westside through the virtuoso talent of our.. musicians.. Curated by concertmaster Margaret Batjer, this innovative.. chamber music series on the Westside invites three prominent artists to share their perspectives on how living or working in our City of Angels has shaped their artistic life and how, in turn, their artistic output has defined the cultural landscape of Los Angeles.. westside connections 1.. Thursday, February 13, Thursday 7:30 pm.. Moss Theater.. baroque conversations.. The series explores the genesis of orchestral repertoire from  ...   We offer a variety of.. ticketing options.. including.. group ticketing.. Online ticketing.. is available for full subscriptions to the Orchestral Series at this time.. subscription info.. Subscribing is smart, easy and convenient.. We offer a variety of subscription packages to suit your lifestyle.. Subscriber benefits include significant savings off regular ticket prices, priority seating in the same great seats for each concert, and priority consideration for even better seats next season.. Go here.. to see a list of all our concerts and special events.. recent performances.. beethoven: pastoral.. Saturday, November 16, 2013 Alex Theatre.. Sunday, November 17, 2013 Royce Hall.. haydn: cello concerto.. Saturday, October 19, 2013 Ambassador Auditorium.. Sunday, October 20, 2013 Royce Hall.. mozart: turkish violin concerto.. Saturday, September 21, 2013 Ambassador Auditorium.. Sunday, September 22, 2013 Royce Hall.. past seasons.. 2012-13 season.. 2011-12 season.. 2010-11 season.. 2009-10 season.. 2008-09 season.. 2007-08 season.. 2006-07 season.. 2005-06 season..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - venues
    Descriptive info: dining with LACO.. 216 North Brand Boulevard.. Glendale, CA 91203.. 818 243 7700 x 123.. get directions.. view Alex Theatre schedule of events.. about Alex Theatre.. Since 1925, the Alex Theatre has been a Los Angeles area landmark.. Designed by architects Charles R.. Selkirk and Arthur G.. Lindley, the Alexander Theatre, as it was originally known, opened its doors as a vaudeville and motion picture house.. Featuring Greek and Egyptian motifs, the Alex Theatre is not only an important example of the grand theatres of the early 20th century; it also provides a strong sense of identity for downtown Glendale, California.. parking.. Validated parking available:.. Orange Street Parking Garage.. located at the corner of California and Orange (entrance on Orange).. Exchange Parking Garage.. located on Maryland Ave, south of Wilson.. Glendale Marketplace Garage.. located at the corner of Harvard and Maryland (entrance on Maryland).. Parking is $1 for four hours with validation from the Alex Theatre (rates subject to change).. Stop by the CD counter, or speak with the House Manager for information.. 340 Royce Dr.. Westwood, CA 90095.. view Royce Hall schedule of events.. about Royce Hall.. Like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Royce Hall is one of America s great concert halls, distinguished not only for its impeccable beauty and refined acoustics, but also for the ghosts of performances that haunt it.. As the main performance venue for.. UCLA.. Live, Royce Hall has been providing something other than just the standard cultural menu for many years.. The 405 Sepulveda Pass Improvement Project is underway.. northbound 405 travel.. The northbound Sunset and Whilshire Blvd exits are closed for extended periods this fall.. If travelling northbound, we recommend you exit on Santa Monica Blvd and head north to Sunset Blvd via Veteran Ave to Royce Dr and onto the.. Campus.. southbound 405 travel.. There are no major, prolonged exit closures that affect southbound  ...   two cds featuring Jeffrey Kahane in recital were recorded in Zipper Concert Hall.. Parking is available across the street at Walt Disney Concert Hall for $9 (rates subject to change).. 131 S.. Saint John Ave.. Pasadena, CA 91123.. 626 794 1199.. view Ambassador Auditorium schedule of events.. about Ambassador Auditorium.. Known as the Carnegie Hall of the West, Ambassador Auditorium hosted 20 seasons of the world s best musicians and performers from 1974 to 1995.. Its magnificent walls have reverberated with the sound of applause from 2.. 5 million concertgoers at over 2,500 concerts, while achieving a world-renowned reputation as one of the world s finest performance halls.. Since opening in 1974 when the Vienna Symphony Orchestra performed at its inauguration, the acoustically perfect auditorium hosted such famed performers as Luciano Pavarotti, Pearl Bailey, Yo-Yo Ma, and Vladimir Horowitz.. After playing the auditorium, many of these artists concluded the acoustics exceeded those of Carnegie Hall.. Parking is available at $10 at the Wells Fargo lot (off Terrace Drive) and the Ambassador lot (off South St.. John).. Handicapped parking is available at the Ambassador lot.. 3131 Olympic Boulevard.. Santa Monica, CA 90404.. view Moss Theater schedule of events.. about Moss Theater.. LACO s.. chamber music series moves to the new state-of-the-art 344-seat.. Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at New Roads School located in The Herb Alpert Educational Village.. in Santa Monica.. This year, the innovative.. chamber music series invites you to take a look at the connections between music and our City of Angels.. Parking is available at The Ann and Jerry Moss Theater.. The entrance to the parking lot is located on Olympic Blvd.. , after S Centinela Ave.. The driveway entrance is marked with an orange sign that says New Roads School.. Spaces in the parking lot are limited, but street parking is also available on Nebraska Ave after 6 pm.. photo.. archives..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
    Descriptive info: kid s eye view blog.. meet the music.. community partners.. community engagement.. The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra believes that classical music is a joy to be shared by everyone.. Through its community programs,.. reaches thousands of elementary school students and families, many of whom have little or no access to the city s cultural institutions.. Presented free of charge to public elementary students in grades four through  ...   greater Los Angeles.. The program fosters listening skills, encourages individual and group involvement in music making, and provides personal contact with musicians and composers.. Through its Community Partners program,.. continues to provide community service organizations that most need them with free tickets and transportation to.. Organizations that have benefited from the program include the Constitutional Rights Foundation, Verdugo Young Musicians Association and Plaza de la Raza among others..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - about
    Descriptive info: artists.. recordings.. board of directors.. staff.. opportunities.. mural.. faq.. merchandise.. music director.. Andrew Norman.. composer-in-residence.. concertmaster.. mission.. The mission of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra is to enrich and connect our community through intimate and transformative musical experiences which exemplify and foster artistic excellence, education and innovation.. background.. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (.. ), proclaimed America’s finest chamber orchestra by Public Radio International, has established itself among the world’s top musical ensembles.. Since 1997,.. has performed under the baton of acclaimed conductor and pianist Jeffrey Kahane, hailed by critics as visionary and a conductor of uncommon intellect, insight and musical integrity with undeniable charisma.. Under Kahane’s leadership, the Orchestra maintains its status as a preeminent interpreter of historical masterworks and a champion of contemporary composers.. During its 45-year history, the Orchestra has made 31 recordings, toured Europe, South America and Japan, performed across North America, earning adulation from audiences and critics alike, and garnered eight.. ASCAP.. Awards for Adventurous Programming.. Headquartered in downtown Los Angeles,.. presents seven Orchestral Series concerts on Saturdays at either Pasadena’s Ambassador Auditorium or Glendale’s Alex Theatre  ...   single piece of music, at Pasadena’s Ambassador Auditorium.. also presents a Concert Gala, an annual Silent Film screening at Royce Hall and several fundraising salons each year.. Additionally,.. outreach programs—Meet the Music, Community Partners, Campus to Concert Hall and the LACO/.. USC.. Thornton Strings Mentorship Program—reach thousands of young people annually, nurturing future musicians and composers as well as inspiring a love of classical music.. The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1968 as an artistic outlet for the recording industry’s most gifted musicians.. The Orchestra’s artistic founder, cellist James Arkatov, envisioned an ensemble that would allow these conservatory-trained players to balance studio work and teaching with pure artistic collaboration at the highest level.. With the financial backing of philanthropist Richard Colburn and managerial expertise from attorney Joseph Troy, who also became the Orchestra’s first president,.. presented its first performances in the fall of 1969.. Current music director Jeffrey Kahane continues the standard of excellence set by the Orchestra’s first four music directors, Sir Neville Marriner, Gerard Schwarz, Iona Brown and Christof Perick.. Learn about the.. Mural: Harbor Freeway Overture..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
    Descriptive info: volunteer.. LACO205.. reasons.. sponsors.. sound investment.. gift planning.. The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra makes great music personal, and you can help make our great music possible! Contributions to the Orchestra Fund enable us to share live musical performances with the kids of.. LAUSD.. , perform traditional and innovative repertoire.. there are many ways to give:.. You can make a.. donation online.. Call 213 622 7001 to make a credit card donation over the phone.. Download this form.. and mail to 350 S.. Figueroa Street, Suite 183, Los Angeles, CA 90071, or fax to 213 626 2157.. Transfer appreciated stock, which may help you avoid capital gains tax.. Call 213 622 7001 4 for details.. Double your impact with a.. corporate matching gift.. Leave.. a legacy through a.. planned gift.. such as a will bequest or charitable gift annuity.. donor benefits.. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra donors enjoy special benefits that further enhance their enjoyment of the Orchestra.. If you have  ...   recognition page in concert programs.. first chair.. $5,000+.. the opportunity to purchase tickets to an exclusive.. experience the Orchestra’s audition process with an invitation to the.. mock auditions for the LACO/.. Thornton Strings Mentorship Program.. $2,500+.. priority seating.. at the concert hall of your choice.. invitation to.. two elegant musicales.. in private homes featuring performances by.. musicians or guest artists.. orchestra fund.. Contact Lacey Huszcza at 213 622 7001 202 or.. laceyhuszcza@laco.. for more information about sponsorship opportunities or becoming a donor.. sponsor a concert or featured artist.. Featured artist and concert sponsorships start at $7,500.. Sponsors receive all First Chair benefits, plus other exclusive perks, including:.. listing in the season program as a guest artist sponsor.. listing on laco.. org as sponsor of your selected guest artist.. invitation to a post-concert dinner with the sponsored guest artist(s).. and more!.. is a 501 (3) nonprofit organization.. Tax ID# 23-7010825.. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - pulse
    Descriptive info: pinterest.. campus rep.. facebook.. flickr.. youtube.. twitter.. in your 20s or 30s? welcome to LACO pulse!.. Pulse is the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra s growing network for the young and culturally savvy.. Whether you re a lifelong fan of orchestral music or just curious about the classics, our dynamic performances are guaranteed to inspire.. Calling all young professionals!.. is hosting post-concert mixers after several great concerts this season, dates to be advised.. The mixers are free to ticketholders, and feature.. FREE.. appetizers and great company.. Call 213 622 7001 for more information.. do you tweet?.. does!.. Stay in touch and keep up with everything going on with.. no matter where you are or what you are doing.. is  ...   keep in touch with.. on Twitter.. spend some face time with.. on facebook.. Are you on Facebook? Show your.. love and become our fan on.. Facebook.. Browse through.. pictures, listen to our music and find other.. fans just like you.. Check the page for.. news, updates and special offers.. LACO blog.. Sometimes when I attend.. concerts, I m excited for very specific reasons.. This past weekend, at the.. Beethoven: Pastoral.. concert at the Alex Theater, my expectations were slightly lower: I just wanted to stay awake.. My day had started very early that morning, and I hadn t slept well the night before, so if I.. more.. photos on.. Check out some of our past events!.. recent podcasts..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - blog
    Descriptive info: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra blog.. November 18, 2013.. And don t go pretending you ve never walked into an event thinking the same thing!.. I m happy to report that not only did my eyes stay wide open, but I had a great time, too.. David Garcia.. in.. the untrained ear.. beethoven s disney moment.. November 10, 2013.. LACO’s upcoming concert features a landmark of the Romantic symphony: Beethoven’s Sixth — known as the Pastoral.. For many music lovers, it is a gorgeous five-movement piece that suggests scenes in the countryside and provides evidence of Beethoven’s burgeoning embrace of programmatic music.. For some in the audience, however, it will conjure up images of fauns, unicorns and the gods on Mount Olympus.. This is the influence of Walt Disney’s.. Fantasia.. cellousy.. November 05, 2013.. Haydn: Cello Concerto.. ranked among my favorite performances from.. over the past two years I ve been blogging.. dun, dun, duuuuuun -- your halloween playlist.. October 31, 2013.. In honor of Halloween today, I have made a playlist featuring the most terrifying, ghoulish and spooky classical music known to mankind.. Whether supernatural, mystic, devilish or frightening, this music should set the right mood for your Halloween festivities.. Enjoy! And have some spooky treats we sure did!.. what does LACO bring to your life?.. October 28, 2013.. Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.. – Confucius.. the encore that made me wince.. October 20, 2013.. Did you make it LACO s.. over the weekend? It was definitely a crowd-pleaser in fact, there were two encores! Before the intermission, guest cellist.. Jean-Guihen Queyras.. (more on him below) performed part of Bach s Cello Suite #1, and at the end of the show, guest mezzo-soprano.. Laurie Rubin.. (more on her later, too!), accompanied by.. Joshua Ranz.. on clarinet and the rest of the Orchestra, performed Mozart aria, Parto, parto from an opera called.. La clamenza di Tito.. Before I go further, let me elaborate on this post s title: Yes, the second encore made me wince, but not because of the performance.. It was stellar.. I winced later, when I got home, when I read of its connection to a now-illegal musical practice that makes me shiver every time I think about it.. the amazing laurie rubin.. October 16, 2013.. Laurie Rubin makes her debut with.. at this weekend’s concerts.. The mezzo-soprano, who grew up in Encino, gives the US premiere of.. Do You Dream in Color?.. by Bruce Adolphe set to a poem by Rubin.. happy (almost) birthday, bb!.. October 13, 2013.. Those of us who study music history have gotten into the habit of calling 1685 an.. annus mirabilis.. because both JS Bach and GF Handel (along with Domenico Scarlatti) joined the world in that year.. As it turns out, however, there appear to be a couple of these years of wonders, and it seems that we are in the hundredth anniversary of one such year.. The year 1913 saw the birth of both Witold Lutosławski (January 25) and Benjamin Britten (November 22).. It also saw the riotous premiere of Stravinsky’s.. Rite of Spring.. (May 29).. Other notable 1913 babies were  ...   masterminded the celebrations and created a fascinating website that is well worth a visit:.. britten100.. an introduction.. October 01, 2013.. Hi Everyone,.. Allow me to introduce myself.. My name is.. Justin Pressman.. and I am the new development assistant at the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.. Here is a little bit about myself and my favorite things:.. contredanse.. September 27, 2013.. It s a new season of.. and your favorite Newbie blogger is back with some insightful, and maybe somewhat misguided, perspective on all things to do with classical music! Not that this season I can call myself an expert or anything, but I can safely say that.. is slowly chipping away at my willful cultural ignorance, and I continue to write about that process here.. it s that time of year again.. the new LACO season has begun!.. September 22, 2013.. It s that time of year again: It s cooling off, leaves are turning vibrant shades of red, orange and brown, and people are pulling their heavier sweaters out from the back of their closets.. OK, you got me.. None of those things actually happen in Los Angeles, land of never-ending heat and a year-round green (and brown) landscape.. But it s nice to mark the start of fall with some sort an annual tradition, and lucky for me,.. has filled that void with the start of their new season.. I went to their.. season premiere concert on Saturday.. at the Ambassador Auditorium, and I get the pleasure of telling you all about it!.. turkish delight.. September 17, 2013.. A while back,.. dubstep — a subgenre of electronic dance music whose origins date back to the late 1990s — was all the rage.. If you turned on any pop radio station in the middle of this fad, you would have noticed hints of dubstep in many of the songs in heavy rotation.. Of course, the version of dubstep that made it into the mainstream was a watered-down version, easily digestible and only tenuously connected to the original music.. This kind of musical appropriation happens all the time, and it’s not at all something new.. recent comments.. leyla.. on.. mostly misshapen pearl.. Anonymous.. uh oh.. is that a harpsichord?.. FCOR.. ripped to shreds by thracian maenads: an awesome beethoven discovery.. composers in the movies.. why symphonies not melodies.. hotel Treviso Airport.. a day off in venice, treviso and the fazioli factory.. beethoven s second.. Janis.. categorial archive.. composer s corner.. european tour 2008.. exposition.. fishing in the 3rd stream.. in the minds of the musicians.. kid s eye view.. LACO newbie.. looking back.. music inspires.. news and happenings.. shop talk.. telling tales.. monthly archive.. November 2013.. October 2013.. September 2013.. August 2013.. July 2013.. June 2013.. May 2013.. April 2013.. March 2013.. February 2013.. January 2013.. December 2012.. November 2012.. October 2012.. September 2012.. August 2012.. July 2012.. June 2012.. May 2012.. April 2012.. March 2012.. February 2012.. January 2012.. December 2011.. LACO likes.. Derek Bermel s Blog.. Joel McNeely s Music Blog.. Nico Muhly.. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Blog.. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Blog.. Punch Brothers Blog.. Seattle Symphony Blog.. Think Denk.. LACO RSS feed.. What s an RSS feed?..

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  • Title: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - podcasts
    Descriptive info: LACO podcasts.. latest.. concert preludes.. rss.. September 19, 2013.. switzerland-berlin-la.. Benjamin Beilman.. , the violin soloist for this weekend s.. Mozart: Turkish Violin Concerto.. , chats with KUSC s Brian Lauritzen in LACO s latest podcast.. Beilman maintains a hectic performances schedule and spoke with Lauritzen via Skype from Berlin, where he toured with our friends the.. Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.. Interestingly, Beilman references a recent concert in Berlin by.. Anne Sophie Mutter and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.. Mutter performed Lutosławski s.. Chain 2.. (originally composed for her)with the orchestra and Beilman has carefully watched the video for technical inspiration.. The piece was commissioned by Paul Sacher for the Basler Kammerorchester in Switzerland, where Mutter gave the world premiere.. And now it travels to Los Angeles with.. conducting the work for the first time with.. This is also Beilman s first performance of the work and he gives his perspective on the fun differences between the Lutosławski and the Mozart Turkish Violin Concerto his other solo feature for the weekend.. Listen in!.. Download.. May 13, 2013.. alisa and the cello.. As a toddler,.. Alisa Weilerstein.. felt an immediate connection to the cello.. The family story goes that when Alisa was sick and her parents were away, her grandmother made her a string quartet out of cereal boxes.. Young Alisa took to the cello and never looked back, joining her parents rehearsals with her Rice Krispies cello until she was four years old and graduated to a real instrument with lessons.. Alisa Weilerstein joins LACO s latest podcast, sharing this antidote and more with KUSC s Brian Lauritzen.. She performs Shostakovich s Cello Concerto No.. 1.. this weekend.. with.. and recounts her early days of performance, making her concert debut at fourteen and how Rostropovich inspires her to commission new works.. Click below to listen in!.. April 12, 2013.. music writing.. Author.. Mona Simpson.. shares her insights on music and writing with KUSC s Brian Lauritzen in LACO s latest podcast for the.. final concert.. of the 2013-14 Westside Connections series.. Simpson discusses how she reflects on the musical aspects of her characters and how in such a specialized world it is fascinating to see where two unique disciplines intersect.. March 21, 2013.. popular baroque.. Although this weekend s.. concert,.. Mostly Baroque.. , seems innocent enough Bach, Mozart, Handel, Stravinksy it is actually an evening of performance tour de force.. shares highlights of the evening with KUSC s Brian Lauritzen in our latest podcast, including.. performing and conducting the.. Brandenburg.. Concerto No.. 5 and principal flute.. David Shostac.. who performs Mozart s Gran Partita and the.. Concerto.. The two also discuss what  ...   audience at its premiere and explores the Orpheus myth associated with the work, while commenting on the 100-year old debate about whether music has a story to tell audiences in the first place.. Join Kahane and Lauritzen for this podcast before you take in the latest instillation of LACO s popular Discover series.. January 24, 2013.. preparing for rilling.. Preparing to perform with one of the world s foremost conductors is no easy undertaking.. Jo-Michael Scheibe,.. Thornton School of Music s Chair of the Department of Choral and Sacred Music rose to the occasion with the.. Thornton Chamber Singers.. In LACO s latest podcast, KUSC s Brian Lauritzen discusses with Scheibe the ensemble s rehearsal methods, his personal preparation and why this version of Mozart s Requiem is unique.. December 07, 2012.. shoot the moon.. principal clarinet.. joins KUSC s Brian Lauritzen for an in-depth discussion about the famous clarinet.. glissando.. or gliss that opens Gershwin s.. Rhapsody in Blue.. Ranz sheds light on the complex technical and improvisational elements behind the well-known musical phrase.. He likens the moment to the classic children s game, Shoot the Moon that requires the player to shoot a metal ball to the end of the board, using only two metal rods.. Both skill and a sense of feeling are required to score the most points.. Similarly, a clarinetist has to have the experience and the knowledge of their throat and instrument in order play that classic opening.. Listen in as Ranz discusses how he teaches the work to his students that makes even the most experienced clarinetist nervous.. November 08, 2012.. giving music his all.. Composer/conductor.. Benjamin Wallfisch.. discusses coming from a musical family, writing music for movies vs.. the concert hall and conducting your own composition, with KUSC s Brian Lauritzen.. Invited by music director.. two years ago to conduct.. , Wallfisch was also commissioned to compose a Violin Concerto for assistant concertmaster.. She give the world premiere with the Orchestra this weekend as part of.. Beethoven s Second.. October 04, 2012.. concerto overview: jeffrey kahane discusses the 2012-13 season.. , who celebrates his sweet sixteen with.. this season, discusses the highlights of the.. with KUSC s Brian Lauritzen.. Not-to-miss performances include:.. Jefrrey Kahane conducting/playing.. Ravel s Piano Concerto in G major.. Gershwin s.. Helmuth Rilling s.. January 26 & 27 performances.. of Mozart s Requiem and the seldom played Symphony No.. 39.. Augustin Hadelich s.. debut at the series opening concerts on.. Oct 6 & 7.. The world premiere of composer-in-residence Andrew Norman s Sound Investment composition at.. Concertos: Handel & Mozart.. in April.. And many more!.. to view the full schedule.. Next.. archive..

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