2019 — 20 Orchestral Series

Jaime Martín
In his first season as Music Director, Jaime Martín will conduct seven programs, presents three world premieres, a U.S. premiere/co-commission and a West Coast premiere;

Join “America’s finest chamber orchestra” for a seven concert Orchestral Series that showcases the ensemble’s trademark mix of regal classics and music from today’s leading composers.

Order all 7 concerts @ Alex Theatre
Order all 7 concerts @ Royce Hall
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The Venues

The Orchestral Series takes place at two outstanding venues: UCLA’s elegant Royce Hall and Glendale’s historic and atmospheric Alex Theatre. This  provides convenience and accessibility for both West and Eastsiders – in essence, putting the Orchestra’s music where its audiences live.

Alex Theatre

216 N Brand Blvd Glendale, CA 91203

Since 1925, the Alex Theatre has been a Los Angeles area landmark. Designed by architects Charles R. Selkirk and Arthur G. Lindley, the Alexander Theatre, as it was originally known, opened its doors as a vaudeville and motion picture house.

Royce Hall

10745 Dickson Court, Los Angeles, CA 90095

Like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Royce Hall is one of America’s great concert halls, distinguished not only for its impeccable beauty and refined acoustics, but also for the ghosts of performances that haunt it.

2019 — 20 Orchestral Series Events

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s vibrant and engaging Orchestral Series showcases the ensemble’s remarkable artistry and trademark mix of regal classics and music from today’s leading composers.

Alex Theatre seating chart

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Royce Hall seating chart

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press release: 2019-20 season

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2019 — 20 Baroque Conversations

David Washburn
Principal trumpet David Washburn is a Yamaha Performing Artist and is principal trumpet.

Explore the genesis of Baroque repertoire with a three concert Baroque Conversations package. Legendary musicians introduce the works from the stage and engage the audience in short, compelling talks.

The 2019-20 Baroque Conversations series kicks off in November when music director Jaime Martín conducts Handel’s joyful Water Music.

In January, principal trumpet David Washburn and principal horn Michael Thornton co-lead Baroque Brass III with works from Bach, Scarlatti and others. Principal keyboard Patricia Mabee crosses borders for a program of South American music from and inspired by the 17th century.

Order all three concerts @ First Presbyterian
Order all three concerts @ The Huntington
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The Venues

The 2019-20 Baroque Conversations series takes place at two outstanding venues: Santa Monica’s First Presbyterian Church and the elegant Rothenberg Hall located at The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino. This  provides convenience and accessibility for both West and Eastsiders – in essence, putting the Orchestra’s music where its audiences live.

The First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica

1220 2nd Street santa monica, CA

The First Presbyterian Church moved into its current location on 2nd Street in Santa Monica in 1975. An extensive remodeling was completed in April of 2007.

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA 91108

Rothenberg Hall features a 374-seat auditorium with exceptional acoustics and audiovisual capabilities. The interior is warmed by paneling in white oak, a wood that also lines walls in the historic buildings on the property.

2019 — 20 Baroque Conversations Events

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s vibrant and engaging Baroque Conversations explores the genesis of the Baroque repertoire. Legendary musicians introduce the works from the stage and engage the audience in short, compelling talks.

Rothenberg Hall Seating Chart

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2019 — 20 in focus: beethoven

Concertmaster Margaret Batjer
Concertmaster Margaret Batjer

Join concertmaster Margaret Batjer for a three concert series of remarkable chamber works by one of the most recognized and influential musicians of any period: Beethoven.

Curated by concertmaster Margaret Batjer, In Focus features some of Beethoven’s most successful and popular works. In addition to Beethoven, the series includes master works by Strauss, Mendelssohn and a Clara Schumman work for piano and string quartet arranged by 2018-19 Sound Investment composer Sarah Gibson.

Order three concerts @ First Presbyterian
Order three concerts @ The Huntington
Create your own: choose four or more

The Venues

In Focus takes place at two outstanding venues: Santa Monica’s First Presbyterian Church and the elegant Rothenberg Hall located at The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino. This  provides convenience and accessibility for both West and Eastsiders – in essence, putting the Orchestra’s music where its audiences live.

The First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica

1220 2nd Street santa monica, CA

The First Presbyterian Church moved into its current location on 2nd Street in Santa Monica in 1975. An extensive remodeling was completed in April of 2007.

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA 91108

Rothenberg Hall features a 374-seat auditorium with exceptional acoustics and audiovisual capabilities. The interior is warmed by paneling in white oak, a wood that also lines walls in the historic buildings on the property.

2019 — 20 in focus Events

Concertmaster Margaret Batjer’s vibrant and engaging in focus explores the great chamber works of Beethoven. Margaret tells the stories behind the music and answers audience questions in a relaxed conversation.

https://media.laco.org/app/uploads/2019/04/20110736/Rothenberg-Hall-Seating-Chart.pdf

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Create Your Own: Ultimate Flexibility

Curate the season yourself and be there for the historic debut of music director Jaime Martín! Choose any four (or more) LACO produced performances* and get the best seats at the best price instead of waiting for single shows to become available in August.

CHOOSE FOUR
CHOOSE FIVE
CHOOSE SIX

* this offer is not valid for LACO performances at The Granada Theater, Segerstrom Center for the Arts or Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts

All Access Pass

Students with a valid ID can purchase an All Access Pass for only $30. The $30 All Access Pass includes:

  • All 7 Orchestral Series concerts in the 2019-20 season on either Saturdays or Sundays
  • All 3 Baroque Conversations concerts, on Thursdays at First Presbyterian Church in Santa Monica or Fridays at The Huntington Library in San Marino
  • All 3 In Focus concerts, on Thursdays at First Presbyterian Church in Santa Monica or Fridays at The Huntington Library in San Marino
  • All 3 Sound Investment salons
  • LACO after-parties to enjoy with friends and musicians
  • Advance reservation privileges and option to reserve up to 3 additional tickets at $8 each for your friends (valid student ID required)

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