Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Gets Inspired by Mozart, Bach and Rameau
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The last date listed for LACO Presents Inspirations was Sunday November 6, 2005 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Royce Hall at UCLA
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“Under Harry Bicket’s flamboyant direction, [the program] sparkled with the random unpredictability of an opulent chandelier, the lush ornamentation had a melting fluidity, and the theatricality was entrancing.” —The Scotsman
Find inspiration in a serenade by the 20-year-old Mozart and in works by two composers he admired. Eminent British musician Harry Bicket, appearing in his Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra debut, reveals the musical and rhythmic inventiveness and startling modernity of French composer Rameau.
In his final opera, the French composer chose to extol personal liberty, a daring notion for the 1760’s and one that Mozart would echo in his operas. LACO superstar David Shostac, “world class … a musician’s musician,” (Henryk Szering) delights with his golden flute in the Bach.