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Mindful Music - Los Angeles - Presents:
12:15 Concert Series

12/6/2018 - 6/20/2019 (next performance: Thursday, 3/21/2019)

Mindful Music is a non-profit organization devoted to promote wellness through presenting free lunchtime concerts are on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at the Jane & Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior at UCLA. We feature up and coming award-winning musicians in an eclectic venue adjacent to world-renown neuroscience research labs.

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The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Beverly Hills - Presents:
Judy Collins

Friday, 3/22/2019

JUDY COLLINS A LOVE LETTER TO STEPHEN SONDHEIM For over five decades, Judy Collins has inspired audiences with sublime vocals, captivating presence and firm commitment to social activism. Collins celebrates one of the most gifted composers in American music history, Stephen Sondheim, with stunning versions of some of the most moving songs ever written for the stage – including, of course, her chart-topping, Grammy-winning version of “Send in the Clowns.”

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Brand Library & Art Center, Brand Associates - Glendale - Presents:
Eclipse Quartet!

Saturday, 3/23/2019

Brand Associates Music Series

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Jacarandamusic - Santa Monica - Presents:
Flying Dream

Saturday, 3/23/2019

Classic Black American music by the late George Walker, Florence Price, William Grant Still, and the great Duke Ellington. Featuring pianists Althea Waites and Cecil Lydle, Lyris Quartet, and conductor Scott Dunn.

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Boston Court Pasadena - Pasadena - Presents:
Hocket: The Composer/Performer Trio Initiative

Saturday, 3/23/2019

Sarah Gibson and Thomas Kotcheff, pianists A program of new trios featuring composers as performers of their own compositions along with the HOCKET duo and other guest artists from the L.A. Signal Lab. Includes world premiere commissions from tenor saxophonist Hitomi Oba and percussionist Derek Tywoniuk.

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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - Glendale - Presents:
Kahane on Mozart

3/23/2019 - 3/24/2019 (next performance: Saturday, 3/23/2019)

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra-Commissioned World Premiere of Celebrated Film Composer James Newton Howard’s Concerto for Orchestra & Cello Led by Conductor Laureate Jeffrey Kahane Concerto Features LACO Principal Cello Andrew Shulman Program Also Includes Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 14 and Symphony No. 36, “Linz,” plus Gabriella Smith’s Riprap with Principal Timpani Wade Culbreath

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Pasadena Symphony - Pasadena - Presents:
Mahler Symphony No. 1 "Titan"

Saturday, 3/23/2019

Mahler’s monumental and gloriously sonorous “Titan” Symphony tops off a grandiose evening with International Beethoven Piano competition winner Rodolfo Leone on Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21. Performances at 2pm and 8pm. Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 Mahler Symphony No. 1

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USC Thornton School of Music - Los Angeles - Presents:
Polish Music concert featuring guests from the Music Academy in Lódz, Poland

Saturday, 3/23/2019

The Polish Music Center celebrates the 2019 anniversaries of Polish composers Grazyna Bacewicz and Roman Ryterband with a performance featuring distinguished members from the Music Academy in Lódz, Poland and students from USC Thornton.

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Boston Court Pasadena - Pasadena - Presents:
An Afternoon With David Lockington

Sunday, 3/24/2019

Cellist on the Loose The Music Director of the Pasadena Symphony wields his cello instead of a baton in this concert featuring unaccompanied Bach, the rarely heard Bridge cello sonata, his own original compositions, and the Maestro’s talent for unexpected improvisation!

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Friends of Sundays Live & LACMA - Los Angeles - Presents:
Sundays Live

3/3/2019 - 12/29/2019 (next performance: Sunday, 3/24/2019)

Sundays Live presents FREE weekly classical chamber music concerts and recitals by premier professional artists from Southern California and around the world. These one-hour concerts are presented free to the public at 6:00PM on Sundays in the Leo S. Bing Theater of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Five Senses Tastings and League of Women Voters of Los Angeles - Los Angeles - Presents:
A Woman's Voice: The Silence Breakers

Sunday, 3/24/2019

Please join Five Senses Tastings and V Wine Room as we once again join forces with The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles for our annual Women's History Month event, Sunday March 24th at 4:30 & 6:30 pm. A portion of the proceeds from both events - as well as any additional donations - will benefit the League of Women Voters. Bonus: we're going to have a raffle to win a tasting flight and cheese

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Palisades Symphony Orchestra - Pacific Palisades - Presents:
Palisades Symphony Orchestra Presents

Sunday, 3/24/2019

Concert with works by Rossini and Beethoven with soloists Max Karmazyn Dennis Karmazyn Micah Yui

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Monday Evening Concerts - Los Angeles - Presents:
Chaya Czernowin and Robert Schumann: A Dream Which Haunts You Still

Monday, 3/25/2019

A program of music by Robert Schumann and contemporary Israeli composer Chaya Czernowin, performed by the Jack Quartet, and musicians from IRCAM.

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Los Angeles Children's Chorus - Pasadena - Presents:
Copenhagen Girls Choir from Denmark

Thursday, 3/28/2019

Danish Choir, in Collaboration with Nordic Folk Band Afenginn and Danish Pedal Steel Guitar Virtuoso Maggie Bjorklund, Presents New Original Danish Music, Including Gallop of Fire Commemorating Last Year’s Devastating California Wildfires

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LA Phil - Los Angeles - Presents:
Gershwin & Ravel

3/28/2019 - 3/31/2019 (next performance: Thursday, 3/28/2019)

Artists Los Angeles Philharmonic  Lionel Bringuier, conductor Hélène Grimaud, piano For one shining moment, Ravel and Gershwin met each other at a New York party in 1928, where they expressed their deep mutual admiration and passion for jazz. Now, two brilliant French artists (and Philharmonic regulars) keep that connection alive with this latter-day meeting of the minds.

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Boston Court Pasadena - Pasadena - Presents:
Aperture Duo: Linnea Powell and Adrianne Pope

Saturday, 3/30/2019

APERTURE DUO: LINNEA POWELL AND ADRIANNE POPE MAR 30, 8PM whisper / sing / speak

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LA Phil - Los Angeles - Presents:
American Youth Symphony • National Children's Chorus

Sunday, 3/31/2019

Artists American Youth Symphony  Carlos Izcaray, music director National Children's Chorus  Luke McEndarfer, artistic director About This Performance Two of our finest youth ensembles - L.A.'s storied American Youth Symphony and the accomplished singers of the National Children's Chorus - return to Walt Disney Concert Hall for an inspiring demonstration of the future of our art.

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Pittance Chamber Music - Pasadena - Presents:
Evensong with James Onstad

Sunday, 3/31/2019

Pittance Chamber Music, known for featuring the extraordinary resident artists of the Los Angeles Opera pit and stage, presents Evensong with James Onstad, an evening offering of beloved works by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Johannes Brahms

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Boston Court Pasadena - Pasadena - Presents:
Los Angeles Children's Chorus Chamber Singers

Sunday, 3/31/2019

A glorious concert of choral music featuring the most prestigious children’s chorus on the West Coast. Voices in Harmony

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Pomona College Department of Music - Claremont - Presents:
Christine Brandes, soprano Eric Moe, piano

Sunday, 3/31/2019

In a special appearance at Pomona College, acclaimed soprano Christine Brandes and pianist/composer Eric Moes will offer a varied program of selections from 1828 to 2017 by composers including Debussy, Schoenberg, Schubert, Barbara White and Moe.

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USC Thornton School of Music - Los Angeles - Presents:
Headspace: Celebrating Music and Mindfulness

Monday, 4/1/2019

Headspace will explore meditation, music, sound, and mindfulness. The event includes short pop-up performances around campus where Thornton musicians perform a musical walking meditation by USC Thornton composer Veronika Krausas, a concert at Bovard Auditorium of meditative music by the USC Thornton Percussion Group led by Joseph Pereira, group meditation, discussions, and more.

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Attila Glatz Concert Productions - Los Angeles - Presents:
Violin Virtuoso Zoltán Mága

Wednesday, 4/3/2019

Dazzling music is brought to life through the flair and passion of Hungary’s preeminent violin virtuoso, Zoltán Mága and his fiery orchestra: the Budapest Gypsy Virtuosi. After touring five continents and nearly 100 countries, Zoltán is returning to North America to deliver a lively, masterful performance that is not to be missed.

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Pasadena Conservatory of Music - Pasadena - Presents:
The Romantic Hero | Why Beethoven?

Thursday, 4/4/2019

In a new partnership with the Santa-Barbara based Chamber Ensemble, Camerata Pacifica, we are presenting three lectures exploring the timeless influence of Beethoven. Discussions will be led by leading scholars Lydia Goehr, Derek Katz, and Andrea Moore.

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Whittier College - Whittier - Presents:
California Guitar Trio

Friday, 4/5/2019

The universe of guitar knows no boundaries for The California Guitar Trio. Since 1991, the group has enthralled listeners with a singular sound that fearlessly crisscrosses genres. The trio’s questing spirit drives it to explore the intersections between rock, jazz, classical, and world music. It even throws in the occasional surf or spaghetti Western tune for good measure.

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Tesserae Baroque & The Colburn School - Los Angeles - Presents:
Chiaroscuro

Friday, 4/5/2019

Violinist and guest director Elicia Silverstein leads the Colburn Baroque Ensemble and Tesserae Baroque in an evening of virtuosic Baroque music. Featuring concertos by Corelli, Vivaldi, and Telemann, and Bach's famous Brandenburg Concerto No. 3.

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Scripps Music - Claremont - Presents:
Friday Noon Concert Series of the Claremont Colleges

2/1/2019 - 5/3/2019 (next performance: Friday, 4/5/2019)

Vocal and instrumental chamber music concerts for your music education and entertainment on Fridays at Noon. Classical and contemporary works by composers from Europe and the United States. Concerts sponsored by the Departments of Music at Pomona and Scripps Colleges in Claremont, CA. Admission is free and open to the public. All artists and programs subject to change. Check events calendar link

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LA Phil - Los Angeles - Presents:
Mirga Leads Tchaikovsky & Debussy

4/5/2019 - 4/7/2019 (next performance: Friday, 4/5/2019)

Ever-vibrant conductor Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla covers all the bases with this multifaceted program, beginning with Tchaikovsky’s beloved Violin Concerto, featuring the astonishing Patricia Kopatchinskaja. Mirga also leads the latest by much-lauded South Korean composer Unsuk Chin and Debussy’s masterpiece of orchestral color. Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.

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Tesserae Baroque - Beverly Hills - Presents:
Chiaroscuro

Friday, 4/5/2019

Guest director Elicia Silverstein and the students of the Colburn Baroque Ensemble join Tesserae Baroque for an evening of Italian Baroque music. This exciting program of virtuosic instrumental music delves into Baroque ideals of contrast: between large ensemble and trio sonata, softness and loudness, darkness and light. Featuring music by Corelli, Valentini, Ragazzi, Geminiani, and Vivaldi.

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SoCal Symphony Soceity - Culver City - Presents:
American Rhythms-Latin Music

Saturday, 4/6/2019

Celebrating the Rhythms and Sounds of the Americas The Culver City Symphony Orchestra continues its 2018-19 Season. Please join us in this celebration of Cultural Inclusion and Equity with a concert of vibrant, Latin and Indigenous influenced music.

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The Da Camera Society - Los Angeles - Presents:
Miró Quartet

Saturday, 4/6/2019

Chamber Music in Historic Sites presents the Miró Quartet at The Doheny Mansion, Pompeian Room.

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LA Phil - Los Angeles - Presents:
Toyota Symphonies for Youth: Ravel’s Bolero

4/6/2019 - 4/20/2019 (next performance: Saturday, 4/6/2019)

Artists Stephen Mulligan, conductor Los Angeles Philharmonic   About This Performance Inspired by factory machines and Spanish dance, Maurice Ravel’s best known work, Bolero, is sure to quicken the pulse. It’ll be impossible not to get caught up in the insistent rhythms and careening melody as the Los Angeles Philharmonic performs this timeless piece.

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LA Phil - Los Angeles - Presents:
Fluxus: Patricia Kopatchinskaja solo Fluxus performance

Saturday, 4/6/2019

Artists Patricia Kopatchinskaja, performer About This Performance Fluxus will return to the Getty Museum for a solo performance of Fluxus works by Patricia Kopatchinskaja. The versatile violinist recently served as music director of the Ojai Festival.

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West Los Angeles Symphony - Los Angeles - Presents:
"The Marvelous Mr. Mendelssohn"

Sunday, 4/7/2019

The West Los Angeles Symphony presents an evening of some of Mendelssohn's greatest hits. Nominated for a 2019 Juno Award for Best Classical Album, exciting violinist, Blake Pouliot, will be performing under the baton of the dynamic Maestro Jeffrey Schindler.

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LA Phil - Los Angeles - Presents:
Cameron Carpenter

Sunday, 4/7/2019

Artists Cameron Carpenter, organ About This Performance “Carpenter is one of the rare musicians who changes the game of his instrument… He is a smasher of cultural and classical music taboos. He is technically the most accomplished organist I have ever witnessed… And, most important of all, the most musical.” (Los Angeles Times) Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.

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Music at Westwood - Los Angeles - Presents:
Mozart Requiem in D minor

Sunday, 4/7/2019

On Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 5:00pm the WPC Chancel Choir and Chamber Orchestra will present Mozart’s Requiem in D minor, K. 626 at Westwood Presbyterian Church.

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Pasadena Conservatory of Music - Pasadena - Presents:
The Maestro Plays

Sunday, 4/7/2019

The Maestro plays. He plays proudly. He plays loudly. He plays slowly. He plays oh-ly.

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Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts - Malibu - Presents:
YooJin Jang, violin

Sunday, 4/7/2019

Violinist YooJin Jang has been praised as “a performer without fear or technical limitation” (Boston Musical Intelligencer).

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Pomona College Department of Music - Claremont - Presents:
Celebrating George Crumb at 90

Sunday, 4/7/2019

An all-Crumb concert set to celebrate George Crumb’s 90th birthday. Works: Celestial Mechanics (1970), (Makrokosmos IV) for piano four-hands Ancient Voices of Children (1970), “A Cycle of Songs on Texts by Federico García Lorca”

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SOA Flute Orchestra - La Cañada Flintridge - Presents:
Song of the Angels Flute Orchestra Spring Concert

Sunday, 4/7/2019

The Song of the Angels Flute Orchestra, directed by Charles Fernandez, would like you to save the date for our upcoming Earth Day spring concert on 4/7/19 in La Cañada, CA.

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Tuesdays at Monk Space - Los Angeles - Presents:
MicroFest Records Release Party!

Tuesday, 4/9/2019

Come out and celebrate five years of MicroFest Records. The concert will feature selections from the catalogue. The first half, featuring solos and small chamber works, will take place in Monk Space’s Studio B. The concert will move to Studio A for the second half, and will feature the Harvey Mudd American Gamelan!

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