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CHAMBER MUSIC PALISADES March 4 Concert  Previews NEW CONCERTO and LYRIS
QUARTET PERFORMS BEETHOVEN


Chamber Music Palisades  presents an evening of flute, harp, and strings on March 4, 2020. The evening will feature a preview of a new concerto by film and concert composer Bruce Broughton, and will welcome the Los Angeles-based Lyris Quartet to the CMP stage. Bruce Broughton’s new work, An Angel in the Attic: Concerto for Flute and Harp, was commissioned by the Santa Monica Symphony for its 75th anniversary season. Susan Greenberg (flute) and Cristina Montes Mateo (harp) will perform a chamber music preview of this piece with Broughton playing piano.  The world premiere of the concerto with orchestra will take place with the Santa Monica Symphony in April.
 
Described as “radiant…exquisite…and powerfully engaged” by Mark Swed of the LA Times, the Lyris Quartet will take the stage for a performance of Beethoven’s “Razumovsky” String Quartet No. 9 in C Major, Op. 59 No. 3. Members of the Lyris Quartet will also perform excerpts from Jean Cras’ Quintet for harp, flute and strings.

KUSC's on air host, Alan Champman, will emcee the evening's festivities.
Now in its 23rd consecutive season of presenting major chamber music
experiences to Westside residents, Chamber Music Palisades remains active in the community and presents music education programs in a variety of local schools.


Presenter / Producer: Chamber Music Palisades

Listed Categories
Music > Chamber Music


Event Phone: 310-463-4388

Venue
St. Matthew's Parish
1031 Bienveneda Avenue
Pacific Palisades CA 90272

Regions:
LA - Hollywood / Westside


Performance Dates: 3/4/2020
Wednesday, 03/04/2020

Performance Times
8:00 to 10:00 P.M.


Ticket Information:
$35.00 at the door
Students with ID free

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