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Kahane on Mozart

Kahane on MozartLos 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


Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra performs the world premiere of prolific Grammy®-, Emmy®- and Academy® Award-nominated composer James Newton Howard's Concerto for Orchestra & Cello, a LACO commission, led by Conductor Laureate Jeffrey Kahane on Saturday, March 23, 8 pm, at the Alex Theatre, and Sunday, March 24, 2019, 7 pm, at Royce Hall. Newton Howard's work, underwritten by and dedicated to Maurice Marciano, was written for and spotlights Principal Cello Andrew Shulman. Kahane also leads Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 14, conducting from the keyboard, and Symphony No. 36, "Linz.” LACO Principal Timpani/Percussion Wade Culbreath takes center stage on marimba for Gabriella Smith's Riprap for marimba and strings.



Presenter / Producer: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra

Listed Categories
Music > Classical
Music > Chamber Music


Event Phone: 213-622-7001

Venue
Alex Theatre
216 N. Brand Blvd.
Glendale CA 91203

Regions:
LA - Hollywood / Westside
North Hollywood / Burbank / Glendale


Performance Dates: 3/23/2019 - 3/24/2019
Saturday, 03/23/2019
Sunday, 03/24/2019

Performance Times
Saturday, March 23, 2019, 8 pm, Alex Theatre, 216 North Brand Boulevard, Glendale CA 91203

Sunday, March 24, 2019, 7 pm, Royce Hall, 340 Royce Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095


Ticket Information:
$28 - $143

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