$25 for One Ticket to the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra ($50 Value). Buy Here for 7 p.m., February 21, 2010, at Royce Hall. See Below for Additional Dates, Venues, and Seating.

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  • Your choice of concerts, venues, and seating
  • Mandolin virtuoso from Nickel Creek
  • Celebrated Baroque music
  • One of LA's most respected cultural institutions

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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - Los Angeles: $25 for One Ticket to the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra ($50 Value). Buy Here for 7 p.m., February 21, 2010, at Royce Hall. See Below for Additional Dates, Venues, and Seating.
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Click above to buy a ticket for $25 to LACO’s Baroque + at Royce Hall on 2/21/10 at 7 p.m. Click on the links below for other dates, venues, and seating locations.

  • Buy here for a $25 ticket to LACO’s Orchestral Series: Mandolin at Alex Theatre on 1/23/10 at 8 p.m. (a $50 value)
  • Buy here for a $42 ticket to LACO’s Orchestral Series: Mandolin at Alex Theatre on 1/23/10 at 8 p.m. (an $85 value)
  • Buy here for a $25 ticket to LACO’s Orchestral Series: Mandolin at Royce Hall on 1/24/10 at 7 p.m. (a $50 value)
  • Buy here for a $42 ticket to LACO’s Orchestral Series: Mandolin at Royce Hall on 1/24/10 at 7 p.m. (an $85 value)
  • Buy here for a $25 ticket to LACO’s Baroque + at Alex Theatre on 2/20/10 at 8 p.m. (a $50 value)
  • Buy here for a $42 ticket to LACO’s Baroque + at Alex Theatre on 2/20/10 at 8 p.m. (an $85 value)
  • Buy here for a $25 ticket to LACO’s Baroque + at Royce Hall on 2/21/10 at 7 p.m. (a $50 value)
  • Buy here for a $42 ticket to LACO’s Baroque + at Royce Hall on 2/21/10 at 7 p.m. (an $85 value)

Spare yourself the expense of adding an orchestral chamber to your house and fire your deadbeat personal composer. For either $25 or $42, you get one ticket to an upcoming performance by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Performances will take place either at the Alex Theatre or Royce Hall. For $42, you’ll get an $85 ticket that will put you in the best seats at orchestra level or the front 5–6 rows of the balcony (or, at Alex Theatre, in the terrace section). For $25, you’ll get a $50 ticket that will put you either two rows behind the $85 section of the orchestra level, at the section’s extreme left or right, or 2–5 rows directly behind the $85 section in the balcony (or, at Alex Theatre, in the balcony behind the terrace section). In Royce Hall, you might also be seated in the corner balconies. Pick up your tickets at the will-call area.

The January performance, part of LACO’s Orchestral Series, will feature the mandolin work of former Nickel Creek plucking virtuoso Chris Thile. Under the conductor’s wand of Jeffrey Kahane, LACO will play Copland’s Appalachian Spring Suite and Music for the Theatre, plus a piece by Nico Muhly (the youngest composer ever commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera) and a concerto of Thile’s own composition entitled Ad Astra per Alas Porci (“To the stars on the wings of a pig”). The concert will last about an hour and 45 minutes, with a 20-minute intermission so that you can express astonishment at Thile’s lightning-quick strums and delicious fills.

Fans of powdered wigs and arithmetical symbols, on the other hand, will enjoy February’s Baroque + as LACO virtuosos perform a variety of concertos by Bach, Vivaldi, Mendelssohn, and Purcell. This concert of concertos will last about 90 minutes, with a 20-minute intermission.

Reviews

Los Angeles Times has featured LACO multiple times—here, here, and here. This is what one reviewer says: > * In their lighthearted banter during a preconcert talk, LACO music director Jeffrey Kahane and [new composer-in-residence Derek] Bermel, whose association with the orchestra will last three years, proved an entertaining pair. Much could come from this collaboration. Saturday’s performance of the new score was an ideal balance of tenderness and raucousness, of stillness and intricate rhythms, of fine ensemble playing and scintillating trumpet, clarinet and violin solos from the orchestra’s principal players. – Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times


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