Ayrton Pisco

Ayrton Pisco

LA Orchestra Fellow: violin

Under the guidance of his musical family in Brasilia, Brazil, Ayrton Pisco began performing professionally at age five and played extensively as a soloist with orchestras of the Brasilia School of Music. At 18, he made his professional solo debut with the Brasilia National Orchestra then became the youngest person to win a chair in the violin section. Pisco attended San Diego State University where he served as concertmaster of the university’s symphony, opera and chamber orchestras as well as a featured soloist with the symphony and chamber orchestras, and he currently studies with San Diego Symphony’s Pei-Chun Tsai. Pisco earned first prize in La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Young Artists Competition and San Diego State University’s Concerto Competition, among others; participated as a fellow in New York String Orchestra Seminar, Sarasota Music Festival, Youth Orchestra of the Americas and Festival Junger Künstler Bayreuth (Germany); and has performed in masterclasses for such renowned artists as Gil Shaham, Ani Kavafian, Miriam Fried, Sidney Harth and others.

adventure pack: final four

A four concert package geared to the first-timer that showcases the ensemble’s artistry and trademark mix of regal classics and music from today’s leading composers. Includes tickets to hear the Mozart Requiem conducted by Jaime Martín in his debut performance as music director designate.

adventure pack: pushing the envelope

Join "America's finest chamber orchestra" for a four concert package aimed at adventurous listeners featuring World Premieres from composers James Newton Howard, Sarah Gibson and Juan Pablo Contreras as well as the West Coast premiere of Grammy award-winning Bryce Dessner’s Voy A Dormir.

adventure pack: regal classics

Join Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra for a budget-friendly three concert journey through European music history showcasing the undisputed cornerstones of orchestral repertoire including Bach’s Orchestral Suites Nos. 1 & 3 as well as works by Mozart, Handel and Haydn.