in your 20s or 30s? welcome to LACO pulse!
LACO Pulse is the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s growing network for the young and culturally savvy. Whether you’re a lifelong fan of orchestral music or just curious about the classics, our dynamic performances are guaranteed to inspire.
Calling all young professionals! LACO is hosting post-concert mixers after several great concerts this season, dates to be advised. The mixers are free to ticketholders, and feature FREE appetizers and great company. Call 213 622 7001 for more information.
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Stay in touch and keep up with everything going on with LACO no matter where you are or what you are doing. LACO is now keeping in touch with the world on Twitter. You can get instant mobile updates of special offers and behind-the-scenes information, or, you can just follow us on the web. Come, check us out, and invite your friends to keep in touch with LACO on Twitter.
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Italian luthier Antonio Stradivari is generally considered the greatest and most significant artisan in his field. In addition to violins, he also crafted harps, guitars, violas and cellos. By current estimate, he made more than 1,100 instruments throughout his life. About 650 of these instruments survive, including between 450 and 512 violins.
Stradivari’s instruments are recognized by their inscription in Latin: Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno [date] (Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, made in the year …). In the early part of his career, he made instruments in the Amati style but after 1680, he began to … more...
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