Are you a fan of Beck? Or the Los Angeles Philharmonic? Or Gustavo Dudamel? Maybe all of the above?
If any of those apply to you, stay up and watch — or set your TiVo or other DVR of choice for — “The Late Late Show with James Corden” tonight (or rather early Tuesday morning, if you’re a stickler for technically accurate descriptions of chronology). Why? Because Beck et al will be performing “Tarantula” from the forthcoming album of music inspired by the Oscar-nominated film, Roma.
Click HERE for more info.
(h/t to Delmar Williams for the heads up)
Visits to @JKCorden are never dull….TONIGHT Beck will be performing music inspired by @alfonsocuaron‘s Oscar Nominated @ROMACuaron on @latelateshow joined by Gustavo Dudamel, @LAPhil members, @FeistMusic, Jason Faulkner, @IlanRubin & more! #LateLateShow https://t.co/mdWrupSl7T
— Beck (@beck) February 4, 2019
I thought I spotted Liang Wang (former NY Phil principal) as guest principal oboe at yesterday’s LA Phil concert. Is he being considered for the post?
Ernie Robles Sent from my iPhone
Hmmmm. I’m not in town and didn’t attend, so I don’t know. It’s certainly possible, but I’d honestly be a little surprised if it were him. Let me see if I can find out
No, it was NOT Liang Wang. It is Mingjia Liu from San Francisco Opera.
See here: https://sfopera.com/about-us/people/bios/orchestra/mingjia-liu/ .