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  • MEMBERS OF THE LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC TO PERFORM IN CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY PERFORMANCE
  • Mar. 29, 2005
  • Chamber Music Series Continues in March at Walt Disney Concert Hall

    TUESDAY, MARCH 29 AT 8 PM

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association continues its Chamber Music Society at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Tuesday, March 29 at 8 p.m. The series features members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic performing works by Mozart (Divertimento in D, K. 136), Rachmaninoff (Suite No. 2 for Two Pianos, Op. 17) and Philharmonic violinist Barry Socher (Adventures in Modern Musicological Archaeology).

    For years, Professor Barry Socher has followed the example of sage and friend Professor Peter Schickele by digging up previously unknown music by long forgotten composers. His first discovery was early Classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Schwartz and several of his works, including "The Monster and the Maiden" Quartet. Later excavations yielded "The Fugue-tive" by FBI Bach and "Prelude to the Afternoon on A Farm" by Debussy Fields. These and other favorites will be performed by the Julius Marx Memorial String Quartet and Friends, all members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

    EDITORS PLEASE NOTE:

    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    111 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles

    TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2005 at 8 PM

    Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

    MOZART Divertimento in D, K. 136

    RACHMANINOFF Suite No. 2 for Two Pianos, Op. 17

    SOCHER Adventures in Modern Musicological Archaeology

    Tickets ($20 - $41) are on sale now at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Box Office, online at LAPhil.com, or via credit card phone order at 323.850.2000. A limited number of $10 rush tickets for seniors and full time students may be available at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Box Office two hours prior to the performance. Valid identification is required; one ticket per person; cash only. Groups of 12 or more may be eligible for special discounts for selected concerts and seating areas. For all information, please call 323.850.2000.

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