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The Los Angeles Children’s Orchestra



The Los Angeles Children’s Orchestra is a program within the Pascale Music Institute.  The Los Angeles Children’s Orchestra is known nationally for the young ages of its players and the high level of their musicianship. The orchestra has a reputation for out-of-the-box performances.  It made headlines for appearing on a Rose Parade float, for playing the national anthem while marching in a 4th of July parade (the conductor walked backwards), for a flashmob in Times Square and, most recently, for appearing twice on NBC’s nationally-televised America’s Got Talent show, during which they danced and did the splits while playing their instruments.  Last April was the orchestra’s fourth performance at Carnegie Hall.

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