Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Plays Mozart Piano Treasures
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Celebrate the grittiness and style of film noir at a beautiful 1925 movie palace -- the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale -- with a double dose of films featuring car chases and gun-toting dames aplenty. In Gun Crazy, a man becomes obsessed with a sharpshooting femme fatale, leading them both down a dark road of armed robbery, car theft and murder. This essential film noir was filmed on location in Los Angeles, including a bank robbery scene shot in nearby Montrose. The Lineup, set in 1958 San Francisco, stars Eli Wallach as the maniacal leader of a gang in mad pursuit of a group of innocent tourists who've had heroin stashed in their luggage. The Lineup was directed by Don Siegel, who would go on to direct such high-profile films as Dirty Harry. Learn More
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This was our first experience with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and we thought the evening was just wonderful. They were marvelous from start to finish. We sat in the upper seats, and the accoustics were still very nice.....but it was really warm by the end of the event!! We enjoyed reading the program, it was very well done, and it made us want to buy tickets for your upcoming performances!! It sounds like a great season.
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“Kahane makes conducting look like a natural extension of his work as an instrumentalist, like something any musician of his caliber should be able to do.” – Boston _Globe _
Begin your journey with three concertos that trace Mozart’s development as a composer. No.5, written in Salzburg in 1773, is the first of his original piano concertos; the revolutionary no. 9, created in the very month of his 21st birthday, shows the emergence of his blazing genius; and no. 17, written in 1784 when Mozart was the toast of music-loving Vienna, sets the standard of excellence for all the concertos that followed.
- Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 5 in D major
- Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat major
- Mozart — Piano concerto No. 17 in G major
- Jeffrey Kahane, conductor & piano
About the Ticket Supplier: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
The members of LACO are among the very best musicians in Los Angeles. Most play in film studios, teach and/or perform as soloists with orchestras and chamber ensembles all over the world.