- Thursday, 25 Mar 2010
- The Broad Stage
- 7 pm
- David Rambo, special guest
- Margaret Batjer, host
- Josefina Vergara, violin
- Tereza Stanislav, violin
- Sarah Thornblade, violin
- Tamara Hatwan, violin
- Roland Kato, viola
- Andrew Shulman, cello
- Victoria Miskolczy, viola
- Armen Ksajikian, cello
- David Shostac, flute
- Allan Vogel, oboe
- Helen Goode-Castro, clarinet
- Kenneth Munday, bassoon
- Richard Todd, horn
- Sibelius String Quartet in D minor, “Voces Intimae” (“Intimate Voices”) listen
- Samuel Barber Summer Music for Wind Quintet, Op. 31 listen
- Janáček String Quartet No. 2, “Intimate Letters” listen
LACO’s innovative chamber music series continues when playwright David Rambo joins the Orchestra to explore the connections between Sibelius’s musical works and his own creative output. Margaret Batjer, who curates the series, builds a program around Rambo’s musical inspirations.
Playwright and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation producer David Rambo talks with KUSC’s Brian Lauritzen about his family history and how a job in real estate led to a career in theater and television. Listen to the podcast with David Rambo.
Listen in on concertmaster Margaret Batjer’s discussion of playwright David Rambo’s selection of Sibelius’s Quartet in D minor as the work that influenced his newest play, and how she chose the pieces to accompany it for Westside Connections 2. Listen to the podcast with Margaret Batjer.
part of the
Concerts in this series are presented without intermission.
For the Westside Connections series, the introduction of the music from the stage and a question-and-answer session involving the audience takes the place of program notes.
food drive: help LACO feed america
Throughout the month of March, LACO is collecting food for the Orchestras Feeding America National Food Drive. When you bring a full bag of non-perishable food to Westside Connections 2, you will receive one free concert ticket per full bag of food donated. Don’t need additional tickets? Please donate a bag of food to help us contribute to this worthy cause.
Look for information tables and collection bins near the box office windows at the concert venues to donate items such as soup, rice, cereal, peanut butter, canned fruit and vegetables, macaroni and cheese, beans, stew and fruit juices. Please remember that glass jars cannot be accepted.
Visit LACO’s online store on amazon.com to find books and CDs that relate to this concert.
music inspires blog
LACO’s blog features a section all on the inspirational nature of music. Read posts on what music inspires architect Judit Fekete, LACO executive director Andrea Laguni, violinist Daniel Hope and more
Wondering where to grab a bite to eat near The Broad Stage?
Try one of the nearby restaurants in Santa Monica.
Call Jacquie, Marcella or Laura in the box office at 213 622 7001 × 215 or purchase tickets online.
Single tickets are $40 each.