LA Chamber Orchestra’s Margaret Batjer and Andrew Norman talk about music and architecture
Interviews / Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra / Music News & Info: Classical

LA Chamber Orchestra’s Margaret Batjer and Andrew Norman talk about music and architecture

Tonight marks the latest installment in Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s annual “Westside Connections” series of three concerts pairing music with (insert annual topic here) . . . no seriously, the topic changes every year, complete with special guests discussing how the the topic and music mesh.  This year, Margaret Batjer (LACO concertmaster and series curator) has … Continue reading

Visiting Morten Lauridsen:  the renowned composer talks about the importance of silence, and his relationships with USC, Los Angeles, and the LA Master Chorale
Interviews / Los Angeles Master Chorale / Music News & Info: Classical

Visiting Morten Lauridsen: the renowned composer talks about the importance of silence, and his relationships with USC, Los Angeles, and the LA Master Chorale

As part of their 50th Anniversary festivities, The Los Angeles Master Chorale is celebrating their long-running relationship with composer Morten Lauridsen this weekend.  The partnership is, without a doubt, one of the most important  between a composer and a chorus in the entire world.  It began with a performance of Mid-Winter Songs during Roger Wagner’s last … Continue reading

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LA Chamber Orchestra displays its range in outstanding season opening concert

Do you have one of those friends that are good at seemingly everything they do?  You might already know that they’re like that, but when you see them in action you always have to shake your head in surprise and admiration. Jeffrey Kahane and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra are like that. They kicked off … Continue reading