- Thursday, 05 Mar 2009
- The Broad Stage
- 7 pm
- Robert Pinsky, poet
- Margaret Batjer, violin
- Ishani Bhoola, violin
- Roland Kato, viola
- Victoria Miskolczy, viola
- Andrew Shulman, cello
- Armen Ksajikian, cello
- Allan Vogel, oboe
- Joshua Ranz, clarinet
- Kenneth Munday, bassoon
- Richard Todd, horn
- Jeffrey Kahane, piano
- Mozart Quintet in E-flat major for Piano and Winds, K. 452
- Schoenberg Verklärte Nacht (“Transfigured Night”), Op. 4
Our exploration of the connection between music and poetry continues in this fascinating new series curated by concertmaster Margaret Batjer. Former three-term Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky is the special guest for the second concert in our new Westside Connections series. Praised for the musical energy of his words, the prolific, award-winning Pinsky contributes his insights about poetry to a lively discussion about words, music and social meaning. The night’s musical performance features two pieces that demonstrate the evocative power of artistic expression.
“...our Westside friends deserve an equally rich opportunity to explore with us the glorious repertoire of chamber music.” – Music Director Jeffrey Kahane
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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.
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Try one of the nearby restaurants in Santa Monica.
Subscriptions for the 3-concert series are $84.
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Single tickets are $37 each.
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