Le Salon de Musiques
Date: December 9, 2012
With five United States premieres and a retinue of newly rediscovered composers, “Le Salon de Musiques”, an ensemble of some of Los Angeles most renowned chamber music performers, returns for its third season and reexamines the Romantic and Neo-Romantic movements and their lesser known gems.
This distinctive series is being performed on the 5th floor of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (overlooking the Music Center) on the second Sunday of every month beginning October 14 through May 19, 2013, between 4:00pm - 6:00pm.
Inspired by Marie Antoinette artistic spirit in Versailles, the one-hour concerts celebrating the five United States premieres and rediscovered composers are introduced by musicologist Julius Reder Carlson and are followed by La Conversation, one-hour informal
Q and A between the musicians and the audience in which they share ideas, concepts and impressions about the music performed. French Champagne will be provided alongside a gourmet buffet prepared by Patina.
You can also visit the event's website at: www.lesalondemusiques.com
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