SFCV’s readers heap praise on SoCal artists

In just a few years, San Francisco Classical Voice has proven itself one of the best sources of arts news on the West Coast, and their annual Audience Choice Awards give readers in the Bay Area and in SoCal a chance to point to what (and who) they love most. This year’s Los Angeles area … Read more

New music flying high

One of the most unique chamber series in the Southland, Dilijan Chamber Music consistently offers high-quality performances and music not heard elsewhere.  This weekend, a single performance brings newness x3, with a full trio of world premieres, plus a little Mendelssohn for good measure. Soprano Tony Arnold joins percussionist Kuniko Kato, the versatile Katisse Buckingham … Read more

Choral chemistry

New ensemble aims to refresh choral experience   Another new group.  If you just sighed involuntarily, you’re not alone.  As artists and organizations look for ways to revitalize the field of classical music, there’s been a slough of the same old thing, and a handful of treasured groups that challenge and delight.  L.A. Choral Lab  … Read more

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