The CULVER CITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, an orchestra which performs the masterworks of the past and presents works of the present, celebrates its 50 years with its 2012-13 Season. The first concert of the season is “Past and Present, Fifty Years,” on Friday, November 16, 2012, under the direction of Conductor and Music Director-Frank Fetta.
This concert also fulfills the orchestra’s ongoing commitment to young musicians, and presents Feng Bian, piano, the Senior Division Winner of the orchestra sponsored Parness Concerto Competition.
The concert will be at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City; at the corner of Culver Boulevard and Overland Avenue. Free parking is available.
Concert contact information: e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, ph: 310-717-5500, www.culvercitysymphony.org
To celebrate the orchestra’s fifty years, there is no admission charge to this concert. Join us as we continue to bring to you symphonic music. Music enlivens the past and inspires us for the future.
The program features masterworks from the past, and a work from the present with a Southern California vibe.
Past and Present, Fifty Years
Frank Fetta - Conductor
Peter Maxwell Davies: Ojai Festival Overture (1991)
W.A. Mozart: Piano Concerto in c minor, No. 24, K. 491 (1786)
Feng Bian, Piano, Parness Concerto Competition Winner, Senior Div.
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 8, Opus 93 (1812)
This concert is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
Donations and membership to the Westchester Symphony Society, Inc. are welcome. Members of the Westchester Symphony Society are entitled to reserved concert seating, and to a pre-concert talk given by Maestro Fetta. Membership is available at the concert.
Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 8:00pm
|Other Organizations/ Sponsors:||Culver City Symphony Orchestra|
|Venue:||Culver City Veterans Memorial Auditorium|
4117 Overland Ave.
Culver City, CA 90232
|Flag This:||Click to report an error,|
problem or spam
Scattered amid this year’s more traditional holiday fare are some ambitious, profound and illuminating films that should intrigue the discriminating audience. REMOVE
A Chanukah miracle couldn’t hurt as the Clippers face off against the top-ranked Indiana Pacers. Stephen S. Wise Temple’s Cantor Nathan Lam opens the game with the singing of the national anthem. There will also be a menorah lighting, a Q-and-A session with rabbis and a