Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Presents A Many Splendored Thing
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The last date listed for Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Presents A Many Splendored Thing was Saturday October 14, 2006 / 8:00pm.
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With music and dancing so colorful it rivals its dancers' ornate costumes, over-the-top masks and… More
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“His playing consistently engages the attention, because of his sweet, strong sound, his tremendous attention to artistic detail and his total mastery of the concerto.” —Seattle Times
Drop in on a lively discussion between Socrates and his followers on the nature of love. Comic, ethereal, purely scientific, rapturous and all-powerful, Bernstein captures every nuance of the debate described in Plato’s Symposium. A violin concerto in all but name, the Serenade is the perfect showcase for celebrated star Cho-Liang Lin. LACO’s own Susan Greenberg, known for her “panache and musical projection,” (LA Times) sets the tone with a sparkling exploration of the piccolo, flute and alto flute written for her by Hollywood-based Gernot Wolfgang. The concert concludes with the gorgeous Schumann symphony that has been called “a miracle of the human spirit.”
- Gernot Wolfgang – CONTINUUM IV- Cascades
- Bernstein – Serenade for Violin & Orchestra
- Schumann – Symphony No. 2 in C major
- Jeffrey Kahane – Conductor & piano
- Susan Greenberg – Flute, alto flute, & piccolo
- Cho-Liang Lin – Violin