L.A. Philharmonic Chamber Music Society Performs Bartók and Tchaikovsky
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The Walt Disney Concert Hall may be the happiest place on earth for jazz fans this summer as Grammy-winning vocalist Steve Tyrell, famed cabaret artist Jane Monheit and innovative pianist Jason Moran perform at this benefit for Cal State Long Beach's KJazz radio station. A popular singer-songwriter-producer known for his timeless take on the Great American Songbook, Tyrell had success with his very first album, A New Standard, which spent 90 weeks on the Billboard jazz chart, and was his first of seven Top 5 discs. He's performed at some of the most prestigious clubs in the country, including New York's Blue Note. Grammy-nominated songstress Jane Monheit is a popular jazz and cabaret performer, who's released nine albums, including 2013's The Heart of the Matter, and collaborated with artists like Michael Bublé, Ivan Lins and Terence Blanchard. Pianist Jason Moran currently serves as the Kennedy Center's Artistic Advisor for Jazz, and is famed for mixing funk, rock and hip hop elements into traditional blues and jazz. Learn More
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This was a fantastic event. I feel lucky to live in a place where I can attend an event with such talented musicians performing at such a beautiful venue. The free wine tasting before the performance was a lovely surprise as well. My only complaint is that several people were using smartphones during the performance, not talking, but using the phone. This was very distracting and annoying. I still gave the event 5 stars as the smartphone use was not the fault of the performers or the concert hall. In fact, the most egregious offenders were asked to stop using their phones by an usher at the first opportunity. We had a great time and loved the event.
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The Disney Concert Hall is far too large for the quartets that played. It made their performances seem very "small." The music itself was nice, but I enjoyed the more traditional pieces more than the less familiar or more "modern" feeling ones.
Bartók: String Quartet No. 1 Op. 7
Camille Avellano, violin
Jin-Shan Dai, violin
Dana Hansen, viola
Barry Gold, cello
Tchaikovsky Quartet in D, Op. 11
Mark Kashper, violin
Kristine Whitson, violin
Dale Hikawa Silverman, viola
Jason Lippmann, cello (TBC)
__"Smetana":http://www.laphil.com/philpedia/bedrich-smetana: Piano Trio
Mark Baranov, violin
Lina Targonsky, piano
Barry Gold, cello