- Thursday, 26 Feb 2009
- Zipper Concert Hall
- 7 pm
- Matthew Locke Music from The Tempest (Interspersed with Ariel’s songs from the 1667 Tempest revival, by Pelham Humfrey, Pietro Reggio and John Banister)
- Purcell Suite from The Fairy Queen
Explore the genesis of orchestral music through intimate performances with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. In signature LACO style, the artists will introduce the music from the stage, share their insights, and invite your questions to conclude the evening.
Performed without intermission, the concert begins at 7pm and ends at approximately 8:45pm, including the conversation between the musicians and audience.
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Program and artists subject to change.
Please bring non-perishable foods to this concert for a national food drive!
From now until the end of March, LACO is collecting food for the “Orchestras Feeding America” National Food Drive.
Please help make this food drive a success by contributing non-perishable foods including dry soup, rice, powdered/canned milk, macaroni and cheese, cereal, beans, canned fruits and vegetables, tuna, canned meats, stew, soup, pasta, cereal and fruit juices. The food drive cannot accept items in glass jars or bottles, unlabled or dented cans, any open or resealed packaging, perishable foods, homemade foods, expired products, monetary donations or non-food items.
Food donation boxes will be available in the theatre lobby at every LACO performance from now through the end of March.
If you have questions or need further information, please contact Maya at 213 622 7001 × 200 or at email@example.com.
read the Program Notes
Join us for a pre-concert reception, beginning at 6pm, free to all ticket holders.
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box office info
Call Jacquie or Marcella in the box office at 213 622 7001 × 215.
Subscriptions for the 4-concert 2009 Baroque Conversations series are $120.
Call Jacquie, Marcella or Laura in the box office at 213 622 7001 × 215.
Single tickets are $40 each.
Online ticketing for individual concerts will be available in January 2009.