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all in la: the 2017 concert gala
March 25, 2017 @ 6:00 pm
sat mar 25 @ 6 pm Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Now more than ever, Los Angeles is home to the most dynamic cultural scene in the country. Bask in the glamour of all things Angeleno at All in LA, the 2017 LACO concert gala
Pat & Sandy Gage, gala co-chairs
Honoring LACO music director Jeffrey Kahane and former executive director and current board member Ruth Eliel, All in LA features a concert program of LACO’s world-class musicians and special guests, fabulous California cuisine and a live and silent auctions.
Margaret Batjer violin
Tereza Stanislav violin
Ray Ushikubo violin & piano
Andrew Shulman cello
Gabriel Kahane piano & voice
Featuring choreography by John Pennington.
The All in LA silent auction boasts a hand-selected set of items and experiences tailored to the music-lover and the Angeleno about town. Bid on an in-home musicale offered by a group of LACO’s virtuosic musicians, snag a ticket for the restaurant raffle featuring LA’s hottest eateries or sign in to a “party book” – fabulous, curated experiences with a fixed price hosted by LACO patrons.
Tickets start at $750.
Elegant cocktail attire/black-tie optional.
For more information or to purchase tickets,
please call Monica at 213 622 7001 x 3.
Kahane photo Michael Burke
Equally at home at the keyboard or on the podium, Jeffrey Kahane has established an international reputation as a truly versatile artist, recognized around the world for his mastery of diverse repertoire ranging from Bach, Mozart and Beethoven to Gershwin, Golijov and John Adams. Now in his 20th season as music director of Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, he previously served as music director of the Colorado and Santa Rosa symphonies.
Ruth Eliel served as executive director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra from 1997 to 2006, and after a successful tenure as executive director of the Colburn Foundation, joined the LACO board in 2015. A mentor to many and a champion of the arts in LA, Ruth is also on the board of The Industry and the board of councilors of the USC Thornton School of Music. She was a founding member of the board of Arts for LA.