AUG 8 AT 5 P.M. (PDT)
Bach, Haydn + Golijov
Principal Percussion Wade Culbreath is featured in an intense program that contrasts an elegant string quartet from Haydn with an emotion-laden marimba/cello duo by the major international composer, Osvaldo Golijov. Last on the program is J.S. Bach’s Violin Partitia #3 transcribed for marimba.
OUR EVENT SPONSOR
This concert, part of LACO SummerFest, was made possible by a generous gift from Leslie Lassiter.
Zipper Concert Hall
200 S Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
About LACO SummerFest
LACO is excited to announce plans for an innovative new digital concert series: LACO SummerFest 2020. The “Fest” is a series of biweekly, pre-recorded classical music concerts curated by LACO musicians. These 30-minute performances are recorded using newly-released COVID-19 safety guidelines for film and television production in Los Angeles County.
“Our goal for the series is to put our LACO musicians back to work and provide a safe path forward for musical performances to return to L.A. This is built on the thought of being for our town and not for us,” says LACO Executive Director Ben Cadwallader.
The LACO Summer Festival will begin with a professionally-mixed musical performance from the Colburn School’s state-of-the-art, Zipper Hall. The concerts will be shared every other Saturday night beginning July 11 through September 5 on LACO’s social channels and website. Expect lively programs that reflect LACO’s signature mix of adventurous new music and classic chamber music repertoire.
Each broadcast will initially be available at laco.org/live and subsequently on demand at laco.org/laco-at-home.
*Please note that these performances are pre-recorded and are not open to the public.
The LACO Summer Festival was made possible by generous gifts from:
Terri + Jerry Kohl
Ann + Ray Lowe
Anne-Marie + Alex Spataru and Friends of LACO
HOW TO SUPPORT
LACO SummerFest supports the stellar musicians of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Viewers who wish to support LACO and the artists on screen are encouraged to visit LACO.org/donate or call (213) 622-7001, EXT. 4.