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A profound love story, Bent takes audiences into the deepest, darkest moments of a couple’s fight to survive gay persecution at the hand of Nazis in 1930s Germany.
The concert features the final performance of the 2015 Idyllwild Arts Summer Program. The Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Larry Livingston, will perform Beethoven, Symphony #8 and Leonore Overture #3 along with Berlioz, Beatrice & Benedict Overture. The Festival Choir, conducted by Joseph Modica, performs excerpts from Handel, Messiah with a professional chamber ensemble and soloists.
There won’t be any previews, but this concert is so amazing you won’t care. With music from Hollywood epics including highlights from Jurassic Park and Star Wars, it’s a blockbuster concert you won’t want to miss.
Violinist Armen Anassian dazzles with a breathtaking performance of Korgold’s Violin Concerto, a showpiece written by the father of film music, while the Cal Phil strings will have you hanging on the edge of your seat as they screech through music from Psycho. What’s more, you’ll hear the finale of Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony and the world premiere of rogerallenward’s Second Symphony!
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Talks with the Maestro at 1:00PM in BP Hall
111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles CA 90012
On August 15, South Korea will celebrate their 70 years of independence.
In celebration of South Korea’s victory over Japan, the Imeastri Voice Orchestra wishes to present their fellow countrymen of LA with Ethnic and Classical sounds. For the first time, South Korea’s top male opera vocal specialists have gathered to share their distinctive sounds in celebration for this special event and for their audience to truly feel the meaning and happiness that resulted from their victory over Korea’s foreign invaders.
The Imeastri Voice Orchestra seeks to touch the hearts of those who have to come to listen to their classical sounds and opera singing.
LA Symphony, led by Maestro Hyun Sang Joo, will host “Gala Concert Honoring Korea’s 70th Independence Day”, on August 15, at world-famous Walt Disney Concert Hall.
We are inviting a couple of world-class performers from Korea to celebrate the freedom and prosperity we have enjoyed since.
Pianist Kun Woo Paik needs no introduction while Soprano Youngok Shin of Met Opera is one of the best we know. Also, we are inviting Baritone Rod Gilfry, a well-known American artist.
The repertoire includes Beethoven’s piano concerto No. 5 ‘Emperor’, Verdi and Mozart’s opera arias and duets.
They say travel broadens the mind, but Cal Phil proves travel also broadens the soul. Maestro Vener and the orchestra guide you around the globe in a concert of composers’ musical mementos.
Tour Spain with Rimsky-Korsakov’s brilliant orchestral masterpiece Capriccio Espagnol and Kenya with music from Out Of Africa. We turn to the fantastic by visiting Middle Earth with music from The Hobbit and Harry Potter.
Joining the orchestra is pianist Bryan Pezzone, who will dazzle you with his riveting performance of Gershwin’s 2nd Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra, the composer’s ode to New York City penned during a stint in Hollywood.
Come hear the difference—you’ll love it.