PART OF LACO SUMMERFEST

LACO Returns

Live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Saturday, June 26 at 7 P.M. (PT)

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This invite-only concert is a special thank you to LACO’s donors, subscribers, and community members who have been so supportive throughout the pandemic. Community members may also enter for a chance to win a free ticket to this in-person event. Tickets are limited. Participants must be fully vaccinated.

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra SummerFest at Walt Disney Concert Hall is made possible by a generous leadership gift from Terri + Jerry Kohl. SummerFest with Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra is sponsored by the Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Foundation.

Performers

Margaret Batjer

concertmaster

Tereza Stanislav

assistant concertmaster

Hana Kim

Violin II

Erik Rynearson

principal viola

Victoria Miskolczy

associate principal viola

Andrew Shulman

Principal Cello

Armen Ksajikian

Associate Principal Cello

David Grossman

Principal Bass

Sandy Hughes

Acting Principal Flute

Claire Brazeau

Principal Oboe, Allan Vogel Chair, Endowed by the Henry Family

Joshua Ranz

Principal Clarinet

Kenneth Munday

Principal Bassoon

Michael Thornton

Principal Horn

David Washburn

Principal Trumpet

Alex Iles

guest principal trombone

Elisabeth Zosseder

Elisabeth Zosseder

Ted Atkatz

percussion

Ryan Sweeney

personnel manager

Event Schedule

Calendar for Live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Location

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

June 26, 2021 7:00pmTickets

Thanks to a generous leadership gift from Terri + Jerry Kohl, LACO will be the first ensemble to perform at Walt Disney Concert Hall since it was temporarily shuttered more than a year ago due to the pandemic. LACO performs at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Saturday, June 26 at 7 P.M., with Martín on the podium conducting Alberto Ginastera’s Variaciones concertantes and Juan Pablo Contreras’ Mariachitlán. Martín concludes the musical journey with Mendelssohn’s evocative Symphony No. 4 in A major, “Italian.”

“I am so happy to once again be able to perform with LACO for in-person audiences,” says Music Director Jaime Martín. “We are also pleased to be able to share this music with audiences around the globe through our SummerFest digital series.”

“I am so happy to once again be able to perform with LACO for in-person audiences.”
— Music Director Jaime Martín.

This performance will be recorded and broadcast at a later date as part of LACO SummerFest, a digital series of professionally-mixed musical performance from state-of-the-art concert halls.

Attendance at the concerts will be limited, and LACO will observe all city, county and venue safety protocols. Audience members – composed of LACO-invited friends and family, vital community partners and others who have helped the Orchestra weather the pandemic – must have proof of vaccination.