THE CLICKABLE CHAMBER MUSIC NEWSLETTER FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

No.810 Thursday, October 18, 2018 - Sunday, October 28, 2018
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I N   T H I S   I S S U E :
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
(full information further down in body of newsletter)


** THE LIST


A. THE COMPREHENSIVE LIST of UPCOMING CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS is
  generated in partnership with PerformingArtsLIVE.com.
  See THE LIST by clicking:
  https://goo.gl/BAIG8r


** HIGHLIGHTS and HIDDEN GEMS
  Select Concerts Not To Be Overlooked
  (full information further down in body of newsletter)

B. Beverly Hills National Auditions Winners
  Mezzo-Soprano MICHELLE RICE and Soprano CAMILA LIMA
    with Pianist DREW QUIRING
  MUSIC BY THE SEA Concert Series - $14
  Friday, October 19, 2018 - 7:30PM
    Encinitas Library - Encinitas CA
    http://www.encinitasca.gov/concerts
  THE INTERLUDES - Free
  Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 3:00PM
    First Lutheran Church & School - Torrance
    http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/TheInterludes.htm

C. Azusa Pacific University Faculty Recital Series - Free
  MAREK SZPAKIEWICZ cello and JIAYI SHI piano
  Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 7:00PM
  Munson Chapel - Azusa Pacific University
  https://www.apu.edu/calendar/eventdetails/index.php?evt_id=43816

D. JACARANDA - music at the edge
  KATHLEEN SUPOVÉ piano
  Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 8:00PM
    Pre-Concert Conversations by ALEX PURVES - 7:00PM
  First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica
  http://www.jacarandamusic.org/season

E. Lark Musical Society presents
  DILIJAN CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:00PM
  Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School
  https://dilijan.larkmusicalsociety.org/program/

F. First United Methodist Church of Torrance
  INAUGURAL ORGAN CONCERT
  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:00PM
  https://firstumctorrance.org/event-items/inaugural-organ-concert/

G. Soka Performing Arts Center presents
  Colburn @Soka with Pianist HyeJin KIM
  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:00PM
  Soka Performing Arts Center - Aliso Viejo CA
  http://www.soka.edu/pac/performing-arts-events.aspx

H. Loyola Marymount University Faculty Recital - Free
  Cellist MICHAEL KAUFMAN
  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 4:00PM
  Murphy Recital Hall - Loyola Marymount University - Westchester CA
  https://goo.gl/51KnRa

I. SUNDAYS LIVE! Chamber Music Series - Free
  CAPITOL ENSEMBLE
  PHILLIP LEVY violin, ERIC BYERS cello, RODOLFO LEONE piano
  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 6:00PM
  Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  http://www.lacma.org/event/capitol-ensemble-29

J. Music Guild presents
  PIANO TRIO TUSCANY
    INNA FALIKS piano, ROBERTO CANI violin, ROBERT deMAINE cello
  Monday, October 22, 2018 - 8:00PM
    University Synagogue - Brentwood CA
  Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 8:00PM
    Daniel Recital Hall - Cal State University, Long Beach
    University Music Center (UMC)
  Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 8:00PM
    David Familian Chapel - Adat Ari El - Valley Village CA
  https://themusicguild.org/

K. South Bay Chamber Music Society - Free
  HENRY GRONNIER violin and RINA DOKSHITSKY piano
  Friday, October 26, 2018 - 8:00PM
    Los Angeles Harbor College - Wilmington CA
  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 3:00PM
    Pacific Unitarian Church - Rancho Palos Verdes CA
  http://sbcms.net/concerts/

L. KALEIDOSCOPE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
  Saturday, October 27, 2018 - 7:00PM
    Glendale City Church - Glendale CA
  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 2:00PM
    First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica
  http://www.kco.la/concerts/

M. Colburn Chamber Music Society
  SHE-E WU marimba
    alongside Colburn Conservatory students
  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 3:00PM
  Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School - Downtown
  https://www.colburnschool.edu/calendar/events/ccms-10-28-18/

N. Loyola Marymount University Faculty Recital - Free
  KEN AISO violin and VALERIA MORGOVSKAYA piano
  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 4:00PM
  Murphy Recital Hall - Loyola Marymount University - Westchester CA
  https://cal.lmu.edu/event/faculty_violin_recital_ken_aiso

O. SUNDAYS LIVE! Chamber Music Series - Free
  American Youth Symphony AYS Principals Chamber Ensemble
    GALLIA KASTNER violin, EVAN JOHANSON violin,
    JOHANNA NOWIK viola, DONG NYOUK SUNRISE KIM cello
  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 6:00PM
  Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  http://www.lacma.org/event/american-youth-symphony-2

** THE REST OF THE NEWSLETTER
  Table of Contents (cont'd)
  (full information further down in body of newsletter)

P. 2018-2019 CHAMBER MUSIC SEASONS ANNOUNCED

See the full list of 69 Southern California 2018-2019 chamber music concert series that have been announced so far by clicking:
http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/SoCalCM.html

Q. REVIEWS OF RECENT CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS and
  OTHER ITEMS OF HIGH INTEREST ON THE SOUTHLAND CHAMBER MUSIC SCENE

* Music Critic DAVID J BROWN's interview on LA Opus
  "Liszt and Vianna da Motta at Rolling Hills"
  Pianist FILIPE PINTO-RIBEIRO on "Second Sundays at Two"
  at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church
  https://goo.gl/hui1wZ

* Music Critic Henry Schlinger's interview on Culture Spot LA
  "Season opener of Le Salon de Musiques"
  JESSICA GUIDERI and SERENA McKINNEY violin,
  ROBERT BROPHY viola, MICHAEL KAUFMAN cello
  https://goo.gl/m77ao2

* Music Critic MARK SWED's review in the Los Angeles Times
  "An L.A. Phil festival with Bird, beer, Moby, Hancock
  and new music galore"
  https://lat.ms/2pPN0R0

* Journalist STEPHANIE POWELL writes in Strings Magazine
  "Colburn School Tour: Hilary Hahn Master Class & Heifetz' Studio"
  https://goo.gl/P2qZmA

* NPR Host LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO interview on NPR
  "MacArthur Fellow VIJAY GUPTA On Making Music Accessible For All"
  Listen:
  https://n.pr/2QYNY8X

* Music Journalist MATT COOPER writes in the Los Angeles Times
  "The week ahead in SoCal classical music, Oct. 14-21:
  Mariinsky Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale and more"
  https://lat.ms/2CpEsHT

* Last two Sunday's LACMA Sundays Live! concerts
  streamed from the KUSC website
  https://www.kusc.org/radio/on-demand/sundays-live/

* The KUSC Free Download
  Named in honor of the inventor and futurist, (not for the car!),
  the Tesla Quartet was formed ten years ago at Juilliard. To mark
  their anniversary, the group has released their first recording,
  featuring works by Haydn, Ravel, and Stravinsky. Download or stream
  Ravel's Menuet Antique.
  https://www.kusc.org/radio/free-download/

R. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CLASSICAL GUITAR RECITALS
  GEORGE GUTMAN's Weekly Summary
  For the full calendar, click:
  http://ocgc.org/pages/SoCalEvents.htm

S. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ORCHESTRA CONCERTS
  MICHAEL CLEARY's Selections
  For the full calendar, click:
  http://www.palosverdes.com/SoCalOrch/

T. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA VOCAL EVENTS
  LAURI D. GOLDENHERSH's Weekly Highlights
  For the full calendar, click:
  http://www.laurislist.com/calendar

U. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ORGAN CONCERTS

V. WEBSITES OF HIGH INTEREST TO SOUTHLAND CHAMBER MUSIC AFICIONADOS

W. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS AND ARTISTS

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N E W S L E T T E R   B E G I N S
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GREETINGS, CHAMBER MUSIC AFICIONADOS


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** HIGHLIGHTS and HIDDEN GEMS
  Select Concerts Not To Be Overlooked


B. Beverly Hills National Auditions Winners
  Mezzo-Soprano MICHELLE RICE and Soprano CAMILA LIMA
  with Pianist DREW QUIRING

  MUSIC BY THE SEA Concert Series - $14
  Friday, October 19, 2018 - 7:30PM
    Encinitas Library
    540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas CA
    [Oceanside/SanDiego]
    For a Google map, click:
    http://goo.gl/maps/R64w7

  THE INTERLUDES - Free
  Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 3:00PM
    First Lutheran Church & School - Torrance
    2900 W. Carson Street, Torrance CA
   (on the south side Carson Street just east of Maple)
    [SouthBay][Free]
    For a Google map, click:
    http://goo.gl/maps/QaZ4s

Program
Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880):
 Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour from Les contes d'Hoffmann
 Camila Lima and Michelle Rice
Jules Massenet (1842-1912):
 Je marche sur tous le chemins from Manon
 Camila Lima
Georges Bizet (1838-1875):
 L'amour est un oiseau rebelle from Carmen
 Michelle Rice
Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924):
 Quando m'en vo' from La Bohème
 Camila Lima
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901):
 O don fatale from Don Carlo
 Michelle Rice
Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848):
 Regnava nel silenzio from Lucia di Lammermoor
 Camila Lima and Michelle Rice
Gerónimo Giménez (1854-1923) and Manuel Nieto (1844-1915)
 Me llaman la primorosa from the Zarzuela El Barbero de Sevilla
 Camila Lima
Manuel de Falla (1876-1946):
 Siete canciones populares españolas
 Michelle Rice
Leo Delibes (1836-1891):
 The Flower Duet from Lakmé
 Camila Lima and Michelle Rice

The Beverly Hills National Auditions committee selected mezzo-soprano Michelle Rice and soprano Camila Lima as standouts among the numerous talented singers at the Auditions. The committee commented about Michelle, "She stood out among all vocal applicants with  presence/voice in all selections performed," and about Camila, "Beautiful, very artistic, clear operatic soprano, extensive repertoire."

With "tones of pure gold" (Washington Post), MICHELLE RICE brings to her work a rich mezzo voice and notable performance intensity. Her portrayal of Mrs. Grose in Britten's The Turn of the Screw at the Kennedy Center, conducted by Maestro Lorin Maazel, was described as "nuanced and sensitive" (Washington Post), "dramatically charged and vocally superlative" (DCist.com), and having a "firm, warm vocalism [that] made every phrase speak" (Baltimore Sun). As Emilia in Festival Opera's production of Verdi's Otello, the San Francisco Chronicle extolled that she "brought vocal and theatrical impact to the role." Michelle has performed more than 40 roles and dozens of orchestral works throughout the country. Read about Michelle Rice by clicking:
http://www.michelle-rice.com/

American/Argentinian soprano CAMILA LIMA made her debut in the role of Violetta in Verdi's La Traviata in Barcelona, Spain. She has sung the roles of Gilda in Rigoletto, Nedda in I Pagliacci, Elena in the Zarzuela El Barbero de Sevilla, and the Sleep Fairy/Sandman in Hansel und Gretel, among others. She has sung at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles and at Carnegie Hall in New York. She was the winner of alternate First Prize of the 2018 international New York Lyric Opera Competition and semi-finalist at the Montserrat Caballe Competition in Zaragoza and the Jaume Aragall Competition in Sabadell, both in Spain. She currently lives in Los Angeles and coaches with Douglas Sumi.

Canadian-born pianist DREW QUIRING is a staff collaborative pianist for California State University, Fresno, working primarily with the voice and string departments, and is concurrently completing his dissertation for his D.M.A. in Collaborative Piano Performance at Arizona State University. He has held prior coaching and pianist engagements at Northwestern State University in Louisiana; the Quartet Program in Fredonia, New York under the direction of Charles Castleman from the Eastman School of Music; and the Franco-American Vocal Academy in Paris and Périgueux, France. Read about Drew Quiring by clicking:
https://www.fresnostate.edu/artshum/music/faculty-staff/quiring.html

Under the Artistic Direction of LAURA SCHMIEDER, talented rising artists from around the world are selected at the Beverly Hills National Auditions and presented monthly in the South Bay on "The Interludes" concert series at First Lutheran Church & School - Torrance. The concerts also are presented on the preceding Friday evenings on the "Music By The Sea" recital series in the beautiful Encinitas Library with its expansive view of the Pacific Ocean. From January through June, the concerts are presented the following Sundays on Beverly Hills' "Music In The Mansion" recital series in Beverly Hills' historic Greystone Mansion.

"The series is a much sought opportunity for young performers...the talent level is extremely high." ~ Los Angeles Times

ADMISSION

Friday Evening MUSIC BY THE SEA in Encinitas at 7:30PM
 Tickets: $14. For information and to purchase tickets, click:
 http://www.encinitasca.gov/concerts

Saturday-afternoon THE INTERLUDES in Torrance at 3:00PM - Free
 Free, donations appreciated. For information, click:
 http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/TheInterludes.htm




C. Azusa Pacific University Faculty Recital Series - Free
  MAREK SZPAKIEWICZ cello and JIAYI SHI piano

  Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 7:00PM
  Munson Chapel, East Campus
  Azusa Pacific University
  901 E. Alosta Ave., Azusa CA
  [Pomona/Claremont][Free]
  For directions and maps, click:
  http://www.apu.edu/azusa/visit/directions/
  For a Google map, click:
  https://goo.gl/oOm7cd

Program
J.S. Bach: Adagio from Toccata, Adagio, and Fugue in C major, BWV564
Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata
Bernstein: Clarinet Sonata
 arranged by M. Szpakiewicz for cello and piano
Franck: Cello Sonata in A Major
Chopin: Ballade No.1 in G Minor
arranged by M. Szpakiewicz for cello and piano)

Polish-born cellist and film music orchestrator (Finding Neverland - Academy Award for Best Original Score) MAREK SZPAKIEWICZ gained rapid recognition in the United States when he won the 16th Mu Phi Epsilon International Competition in 2003. Marek studied with STEPHEN KATES at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore and completed his doctorate under the tutelage of ELEONORE SCHOENFELD at the USC Thornton School of Music. He currently teaches at Azusa Pacific University. Read about Marek by clicking:
http://www.szpakiewicz.com/

Aficionados know pianist JIAYI SHI as the frequent collaborator with famed violinist MIDORI. Read about Jiayi Shi by clicking:
http://www.gotomidori.com/jiayi-shi/

This recital is in memory of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Northern Japan, and is meant to help children in Fukushima, Japan.

A reception will follow the recital. Donations are greatly appreciated and will go towards the purchase of a 1/4-sized cello to be donated for the Soma Children's Orchestra in Fukushima. For information, click:
https://www.apu.edu/calendar/eventdetails/index.php?evt_id=43816




D. JACARANDA - music at the edge
  KATHLEEN SUPOVÉ piano

  Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 8:00PM
    Pre-Concert Conversations by ALEX PURVES - 7:00PM
  First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica
  1220 Second Street, Santa Monica CA
  [WestSide]
  For a Google map, click:
  http://goo.gl/d3AgSo

Program - Time Folder                  
Dylan Mattingly: Achilles Dreams of Ebbets Field (2015) - LA Premiere

Making her Jacaranda debut, one of America's most acclaimed and versatile contemporary-music pianists, KATHLEEN SUPOVÉ tackles Achilles Dreams of Ebbets Field, an epic 24-movement piano cycle by Dylan Mattingly. The cycle interlaces the four seasons with rituals, dances and portraits of the heroes Achilles and Hector, Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson. Blogger Patrick Vaz wrote of the premiere, "From the chiming gamelan-like opening Invocation to the final Last Spring, the time actually flew by. It all felt like a single coherent piece, despite the many small sections and the variety of styles... In keeping with the title, much of the music is bounding, athletic, youthful, with moments of quieter reflection and suggested loss."  Known for her innovative Exploding Piano concerts, New York Times' Anthony Tommasini wrote, "What Ms. Supové is really exploding is the piano recital as we have known it, a mission more radical and arguably more needed." Read about Kathleen Supové by clicking:
http://www.supove.com/

With its motto "music at the edge," JACARANDA is a series of adventures offering the cornerstones of music from centuries past next to new and modern music. This season's theme is ...DREAM IN COLOR. Each concert program has a point of view. Artists are drawn from the Southland's finest and premier international guests. Read about Jacaranda by clicking:
http://www.jacarandamusic.org/

Tickets: $45 / $20 students
For concert information and to order tickets, click:
http://www.jacarandamusic.org/season




E. Lark Musical Society presents
  DILIJAN CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:00PM
  Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School
  200 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles CA
  [DowntownLA]
  For a Google map, click:
  http://goo.gl/IwB59X

Program - Spirit
Ashot Kartalyan: Psalm No.8 - World Premiere
Arthur Aharonian: "The Cry of My Soul" - World Premiere
 song cycle on texts by H. Sahyan
Arthur Aharonian: Armenian Dance
Johannes Brahms: String Sextet No.1 in B-flat Major, Op.18

The Artists
SHOUSHIK BARSOUMIAN soprano, JON LEE KEENAN tenor,
ED LEVY baritone, PHIL O'CONNOR clarinet,
MOVSES POGOSSIAN and ELIZABETH WILSON violins,
CARRIE DENNIS and KATE VINCENT violas,
ANTONIO LYSY and VARDAN GASPARYAN cellos
STEVEN VANHAUWAERT piano, ARTHUR AHARONIAN piano

Dilijan Series kicks off its 14th season with a festive program, presenting two World Premieres by Ashot Kartalyan (Los Angeles) and Arthur Aharonyan (Paris), as well as Johannes Brahms' beloved String Sextet No.1.

Dilijan Artistic Director MOVSES POGOSSIAN writes, "It's hard to believe, but Dilijan is starting its 14th season! Some of the favorite Dilijan musicians will be returning this season, including KIM KASHKASHIAN, SERGEI BABAYAN, CLIVE GREENSMITH, MARTIN BEAVER, PAUL COLETTI, and many others. I am also excited about the sizable number of artists making their Dilijan debut with us, including the new Principal Violist of Los Angeles Philharmonic, LI TENG. As always, we are exploring beautiful masterpieces of chamber music, some of them freshly off the ink. This season, five more World Premieres will be presented bringing the total of Dilijan commissions to an impressive number - 50!

"Our programs, as usual, combine old and new, familiar with not so well-known. The January and March programs will have a different format from the rest, as they are dedicated to two towering composers of our time: Tigran Mansurian, celebrating 80th birthday, and György Kurtág, the great Hungarian composer, who left a deep lasting imprint on me as a musician and as a person."

The DILIJAN series' six concerts of its 2018-19 season encompass masterpieces of Western classical chamber music, pearls from the treasury of Armenian chamber works, and chamber music world premieres.  The hallmark of Dilijan concerts is the remarkable assemblage of renowned artists both local and from around the world. Read about Dilijan by clicking:
https://dilijan.larkmusicalsociety.org/

and watch Dilijan on its YouTube channel [JE: highly recommended] by clicking:
https://www.youtube.com/user/DilijanMusic

About Dilijan Artistic Director and UCLA Professor of Violin MOVSES POGOSSIAN, recipient of the Jacaranda Forte Award, Los Angeles Times classical music critic MARK SWED has written, "But first some praise for Pogossian, who is a terrific violinist. He has the flair and the huge technique of a Romantic-era specialist, a virtuosity and magnetism that he applies to newer music."... "one of the finest violinists in Los Angeles."... "a sophisticated virtuoso, subtle and bold in his phrasing."... "violinist Movses Pogossian ... played with an uncannily eerie tone splendidly gauged for shocking irony."... "Pogossian's violin solos conveyed all this with piercingly focused tone and heart-stopping intensity." Read about Movses Pogossian and the afternoon's other artists by clicking:
https://dilijan.larkmusicalsociety.org/movses-pogossian/

Tickets: $35 & $20 / $15 students, are available by calling (818)572-5438, or at the door. Order reserved seats online by clicking:
https://dilijan.larkmusicalsociety.org/buy-tickets/

For information about the concert and the artists, click:
https://dilijan.larkmusicalsociety.org/program/




F. First United Methodist Church of Torrance
  INAUGURAL ORGAN CONCERT

  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:00PM
  First United Methodist Church of Torrance
  1551 El Prado, Torrance CA
  [SouthBay]
  For a Google map, click:
  https://goo.gl/HBMqVN

Program
Selections by J.S. Bach, César Franck, John Williams, some jazz and gospel, and more.  All four organists are excellent.

Featured Organists

MIDORI AKATA organist
First United Methodist Church of Torrance

Dr. JAMES HURD organist
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Redondo Beach
First Baptist Church, Palos Verdes
Professor of Music at El Camino College

Rev. MARK SURGESS
Lead Pastor, Los Altos United Methodist Church, Long Beach

GREG RISTER
Organist and Founder of Rister Pipe Organs, Whittier

Free admission. Refreshments to follow. For concert information, click:
https://firstumctorrance.org/event-items/inaugural-organ-concert/




G. Soka Performing Arts Center presents
  Colburn @Soka with Pianist HyeJin KIM

  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:00PM
  Soka Performing Arts Center
  1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo CA
  [OrangeCounty]
  For directions, click:
  http://www.soka.edu/about_soka/directions.aspx

Program
J.S Bach: Toccata in D Major, BWV912
Maurice Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin
J.A.C. Redford: The Light We Never Noticed - World Premiere
Frederic Chopin: Piano Sonata No.3 in B Minor, Op.58

Born in Seoul, HyeJin KIM began her studies at the prestigious Yewon Arts School. She furthered her studies in Germany, earning her MA in Musical Art as a "Konzertexamen" (highest distinction) from Berlin's Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler. She currently continues her studies at the Colburn School of Music in Los Angeles with Professor Fabio Bidini. Read about HyeJin Kim by clicking:
https://imgartists.com/roster/hyejin-kim/

Tickets: $20 ($16 student/senior/military)
For information and to order tickets, click:
http://www.soka.edu/pac/performing-arts-events.aspx




H. Loyola Marymount University Faculty Recital - Free
  Cellist MICHAEL KAUFMAN

  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 4:00PM
  Murphy Recital Hall
  Loyola Marymount University
  1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles CA
  [WestSide][Free]
  For driving directions and a campus map, click:
  https://www.lmu.edu/resources/campusmaps/
  For a Google map, click:
  https://goo.gl/iq5f2D

Program - Selections for Solo Cello
J.S. Bach: Cello Suite No.2 in D Minor, BWV1008
Lutoslawski: Sacher Variation
Ginastera: Puñena No.2
Kodaly: Solo Sonata

A fast-rising cellist on the nation's classical music scene, MICHAEL KAUFMAN was the soloist for the opening of the renovated Kodak Hall at Eastman Theater and has performed at prestigious venues such as Zankel and Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall. He has performed in several leading chamber music festivals worldwide including Open Chamber Music at Prussia Cove in Cornwall, England, Yellow Barn in Vermont, Music@Menlo, and Verbier in Switzerland. Michael is Artistic Director of the LA-based Sunset ChamberFest and a founding member of the cello quintet SAKURA. He is the Associate Principal cellist of Redlands Symphony and teaches on the faculty of Loyola Marymount University. Michael's principal teachers have been Ralph Kirshbaum at the USC Thornton School, Steven Doane at the Eastman School of Music, and Alison Wells at the Cleveland Institute of Music. He has also received valuable guidance from Steven Isserlis, Robert Levin, Thomas Adès, and David Geringas. Read about Michael Kaufman by clicking:
http://www.kaufmancello.com/

Free and open to the community. For concert information, click:
https://goo.gl/51KnRa




I. SUNDAYS LIVE! Chamber Music Series - Free
  CAPITOL ENSEMBLE
  PHILLIP LEVY violin, ERIC BYERS cello, RODOLFO LEONE piano

  Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 6:00PM
  Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Leo S. Bing Theater
  5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles CA
  (Just east of Fairfax. Parking across the street
   at Wilshire & Spaulding)
  [midWilshireLA][Free]
  For directions, click:
  http://www.lacma.org/directions-parking

Program
Dvorák: Sonatina in G Major for violin and piano, Op.100
Dvorák: Piano Trio in F Minor, Op.65

Sundays Live ensemble-in-residence, the CAPITOL ENSEMBLE, named after Hollywood's famed Capitol Records Building, draws its professional artists largely from this town's renowned film and recording studios and their friends.

Begun in 1948, SUNDAYS LIVE! is the longest-running music broadcast in Los Angeles. It presents weekly classical chamber music concerts and recitals by premier professional artists from Southern California and around the world. These one-hour concerts are presented free to the public at 6:00PM on Sundays in the Leo S. Bing Theater of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. No tickets or reservations are required, and all are welcome.

Listen to the previous Sunday's concert streamed on-demand or downloaded as a podcast from the KUSC website by clicking:
https://www.kusc.org/radio/on-demand/sundays-live/

Free admission.
For concert and artist information, call (323)857-6234 or click:
http://www.lacma.org/event/capitol-ensemble-29




J. Music Guild presents
  PIANO TRIO TUSCANY
  INNA FALIKS piano, ROBERTO CANI violin, ROBERT deMAINE cello

  Monday, October 22, 2018 - 8:00PM
    University Synagogue
    11960 Sunset Blvd, Brentwood CA
    (one mile west of the San Diego Fwy)
    [WestSide]
    For a Google map, click:
    http://goo.gl/XxcNge

  Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 8:00PM
    Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall
    University Music Center (UMC)
    Cal State University, Long Beach
    [LongBeach]
    For directions, click:
    http://csulb.edu/maps/

  Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 8:00PM
    David Familian Chapel
    Adat Ari El
    12020 Burbank Blvd, Valley Village CA
    (at Laurel Canyon Blvd)
    [SanFernandoValley]
    For a Google map, click:
    http://goo.gl/I2jNPy

Program
Rachmaninov: Trio Elégiaque in G Minor
Schubert: Piano Trio in B-flat, Op.99, D898
Ravel: Piano Trio in A Minor

This concert brings together acclaimed UCLA Faculty Pianist INNA FALIKS, LA Opera Orchestra Concertmaster ROBERT CANI, and LA Philharmonic Principal Cellist ROBERT deMAINE. Read about the artists by clicking:

INNA FALIKS piano
http://innafaliks.com/

ROBERTO CANI violin
https://www.laopera.org/Artists/Orchestra/Roberto-Cani/

ROBERT deMAINE cello
http://www.robertdemaine.com/

Tickets: $56 / $48 seniors / $12 students /
 $46 AAA, AARP, AMAC, ATAS, KCET, KCRW, KUSC, LACMA, MOLAA
For concert and ticket information, call (310)558-3500 or click:
https://themusicguild.org/




K. South Bay Chamber Music Society - Free
  HENRY GRONNIER violin and RINA DOKSHITSKY piano

  Friday, October 26, 2018 - 8:00PM
    Recital Hall - Music Department
    Los Angeles Harbor College
    1111 Figueroa Place, Wilmington CA
    [SouthBay][Free]
    For directions, click:
    http://sbcms.net/directions/

  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 3:00PM
    Pacific Unitarian Church
    5621 Montemalaga, Rancho Palos Verdes CA
    [SouthBay][Free]
    For directions, click:
    http://sbcms.net/directions/

Program
J.S. Bach: Sonata No.3 in E Major, BWV1016
Beethoven: Sonata No.4 in A Minor, Op.23
Franck: Sonata in A Major

HENRY GRONNIER is a founding member and first violinist of the Rossetti String Quartet. His early musical studies took place at the Conservatoire in his native town of Saint Quentin, France, where he was awarded the Premier Prix in both piano and violin. He attended the Conservatoire National de Region de Versailles and continued at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, where he received his Artist Diploma. Mr. Gronnier has appeared throughout the world in recitals, including his New York debut at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall and his London debut at Wigmore Hall. He is currently on faculty at the Community School of Performing Arts and The Music Academy at the Colburn School in Los Angeles, and the Bob Cole Conservatory at California State University, Long Beach. Read about Henry Gronnier by clicking:
https://www.colburnschool.edu/faculty-listing/henry-gronnier/

Israeli pianist RINA DOKSHITSKY gave her first solo appearance at age 13, performing Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. At age 21, Ms. Dokshitsky won the Young Concert Artists International Auditions and consequently made her debut recital at the 92nd Street Y and Kennedy Center. Two years later she received fifth place at the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition. Ms. Dokshitsky has performed extensively as a solo recitalist and concerto soloist. Ms. Dokshitsky is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, where she received a Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, and a distinguished Artist Diploma. Read about Rina by clicking:
https://www.colburnschool.edu/faculty-listing/rina-dokshitsky/

Free admission. For concert information, click:
http://sbcms.net/concerts/




L. KALEIDOSCOPE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

  Saturday, October 27, 2018 - 7:00PM
    Glendale City Church
    610 E. California Ave., Glendale CA
    (corner of Isabel St. & California Ave.)
    [Pasadena/Glendale]
    For a Google map, click:
    https://goo.gl/0Zja4R

  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 2:00PM
    First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica
    1220 Second Street, Santa Monica CA
    [WestSide]
    For a Google map, click:
    http://goo.gl/d3AgSo

Program
Hannah Lash: Music for Loss
Joseph Tamarin: Domra Concerto - US Premiere
 EKATERINA SKLIAR domra
Igor Stravinsky: Pulcinella

The KALEIDOSCOPE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA is a conductorless ensemble based in Los Angeles. Read about Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, watch, and listen by clicking:
http://kco.la/

Contribute What You Can. For concert information, click:
http://www.kco.la/concerts/




M. Colburn Chamber Music Society
  SHE-E WU marimba
  alongside Colburn Conservatory students

  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 3:00PM
  Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School
  200 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles CA
  [DowntownLA]
  For a Google map, click:
  https://goo.gl/sTwkiC

Program
David Sampson: Just Keep Moving
 for horn, bass trombone, marimba, and piano
Tim Ferchen: Partials of Colors for percussion quintet (US Premiere)
Andy Akiho: LIgNEouS 1 for marimba and string quartet
Kevin Puts: And Legions Will Rise for violin, clarinet, and marimba
She-e Wu: Blue Identity for percussion soloist and percussion

Read about percussionist and composer SHE-E WU - Associate Professor of Music and the Head of the Percussion Program at Northwestern University - by clicking:
https://www.music.northwestern.edu/faculty/profile/she-e-wu

Tickets: $15 & $30. For information and to select seats and purchase tickets online, click:
https://www.colburnschool.edu/calendar/events/ccms-10-28-18/




N. Loyola Marymount University Faculty Recital - Free
  KEN AISO violin and VALERIA MORGOVSKAYA piano

  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 4:00PM
  Murphy Recital Hall
  Loyola Marymount University
  1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles CA
  [WestSide][Free]
  For driving directions and a campus map, click:
  https://www.lmu.edu/resources/campusmaps/

Program
Beethoven: Sonata No.9 in A Major, Op.47, "Kreutzer"
Schumann: Märchenbilder (Fairy Tale Pictures), Op.113
 for viola and piano
Mendelssohn: Violin Sonata

Laureate of the prestigious Thibaud-Long International Violin Competition in Paris (1995), KEN AISO has performed widely in the most prestigious concert halls of Europe, the U.S., and Japan, with appearances at the famed Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Musikverein in Vienna, and Wigmore and Queen Elizabeth Halls in London. Trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where he later taught, Ken Aiso is an iPalpiti alumnus and an Associate at the Royal Academy of Music in London. His playing is praised not only for his singularly beautiful tone, but also for the unique atmosphere of intimacy. In 2003 he was honored to appear before the Emperor and Empress of Japan.  Read about Ken Aiso by clicking:
https://lasierra.edu/music/ken-aiso/

Pianist VALERIA MORGOVSKAYA graduated from the Kiev State Conservatory in Ukraine. Since her immigration to the US in 1990, Ms Morgovskaya has been in high demand as accompanist for singers and instrumentalists. She has been an official accompanist to festivals including the Piatigorsky Cello Seminar and Beverly Hills Music Festival and has provided accompaniment for national and international competitions, including the Schoenfeld International String Competition in Hong Kong (2013) and Harbin, China (2014). Ms. Morgovskaya is currently staff accompanist at Loyola Marymount University and UCLA. Read about Valeria Morgovskaya by clicking:
http://montecitomusicfestival.com/teachers/valeria-morgovskaya/

Free and open to the community. For concert information, click:
https://cal.lmu.edu/event/faculty_violin_recital_ken_aiso




O. SUNDAYS LIVE! Chamber Music Series - Free
  American Youth Symphony AYS Principals Chamber Ensemble
    with Concertmaster GALLIA KASTNER
  GALLIA KASTNER violin, EVAN JOHANSON violin,
  JOHANNA NOWIK viola, DONG NYOUK SUNRISE KIM cello

  Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 6:00PM
  Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Leo S. Bing Theater
  5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles CA
  (Just east of Fairfax. Parking across the street
   at Wilshire & Spaulding)
  [midWilshireLA][Free]
  For directions, click:
  http://www.lacma.org/directions-parking

Program
Beethoven: String Quartet No.3 in D Major, Op.18 No.3
Ravel: String Quartet in F Major

Twenty-year-old AYS Concertmaster GALLIA KASTNER is a Bachelor Degree candidate at the Colburn Conservatory, where she studies with Robert Lipsett. She is the winner of the 2016 Pasadena Showcase Competition and the 2015 Thomas and Evon Cooper International Violin Competition, as well as being a prize winner in several others. She has performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra, and many more. She was part of Quartet Lumiére that won first prize at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. Gallia Kastner plays on an 1843 Giovanni Francesco Pressenda violin on generous loan from The Mandell Collection of Southern California. Read about Gallia Kastner by clicking:
https://aysymphony.org/gallia-kastner-concertmaster/

Begun in 1948, SUNDAYS LIVE! is the longest-running music broadcast in Los Angeles. It presents weekly classical chamber music concerts and recitals by premier professional artists from Southern California and around the world. These one-hour concerts are presented free to the public at 6:00PM on Sundays in the Leo S. Bing Theater of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. No tickets or reservations are required, and all are welcome.

Listen to the previous Sunday's concert streamed on-demand or downloaded as a podcast from the KUSC website by clicking:
https://www.kusc.org/radio/on-demand/sundays-live/

Free admission.
For concert and artist information, call (323)857-6234 or click:
http://www.lacma.org/event/american-youth-symphony-2




** THE REST OF THE NEWSLETTER


P. 2018-2019 CHAMBER MUSIC SEASONS ANNOUNCED

See the full list of 69 Southern California 2018-2019 chamber music concert series that have been announced so far by clicking:
http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/SoCalCM.html




Q. REVIEWS OF RECENT CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS and
  OTHER ITEMS OF HIGH INTEREST ON THE SOUTHLAND CHAMBER MUSIC SCENE


* Music Critic DAVID J BROWN's interview on LA Opus
  "Liszt and Vianna da Motta at Rolling Hills"
  Pianist FILIPE PINTO-RIBEIRO on "Second Sundays at Two"
  at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church
  https://goo.gl/hui1wZ


* Music Critic Henry Schlinger's interview on Culture Spot LA
  "Season opener of Le Salon de Musiques"
  JESSICA GUIDERI and SERENA McKINNEY violin,
  ROBERT BROPHY viola, MICHAEL KAUFMAN cello
  https://goo.gl/m77ao2


* Music Critic MARK SWED's review in the Los Angeles Times
  "An L.A. Phil festival with Bird, beer, Moby, Hancock
  and new music galore"
  https://lat.ms/2pPN0R0


* Journalist STEPHANIE POWELL writes in Strings Magazine
  "Colburn School Tour: Hilary Hahn Master Class & Heifetz' Studio"
  https://goo.gl/P2qZmA


* NPR Host LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO interview on NPR
  "MacArthur Fellow VIJAY GUPTA On Making Music Accessible For All"
  Listen:
  https://n.pr/2QYNY8X


* Music Journalist MATT COOPER writes in the Los Angeles Times
  "The week ahead in SoCal classical music, Oct. 14-21:
  Mariinsky Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale and more"
  https://lat.ms/2CpEsHT


* Last two Sunday's LACMA Sundays Live! concerts
  streamed from the KUSC website
  https://www.kusc.org/radio/on-demand/sundays-live/


* The KUSC Free Download
  Named in honor of the inventor and futurist, (not for the car!),
  the Tesla Quartet was formed ten years ago at Juilliard. To mark
  their anniversary, the group has released their first recording,
  featuring works by Haydn, Ravel, and Stravinsky. Download or stream
  Ravel's Menuet Antique.
  https://www.kusc.org/radio/free-download/




R. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CLASSICAL GUITAR RECITALS
  GEORGE GUTMAN's Weekly Summary
  For the full calendar, click:
  http://ocgc.org/pages/SoCalEvents.htm

This Saturday evening, October 20, is the Orange County Guitar Circle's monthly meeting at Chapman University in Orange - this one a Members' Showcase. Remember that all our meetings (including the Featured Artist Recitals) are free to members, so membership is a real bargain. Saturday's program has been full for some time, but any member who would like to reserve a slot to perform at our next Members' Showcase in February should contact our Showcase Director, Carlos Atilano.

Cheers!
George Gutman
gagutman@uci.edu

For the latest updates on upcoming guitar events, where you will find information about these and other guitar events, see the Orange County Guitar Circle's web calendar by clicking:
http://ocgc.org/pages/SoCalEvents.htm




S. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ORCHESTRA CONCERTS
  MICHAEL CLEARY's Selection
  For the full calendar and information, click:
  http://www.palosverdes.com/SoCalOrch/

Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 3:30PM - Claremont - Free
 Claremont Symphony Orchestra (CSO)
 Pomona College Bridges Hall of Music
 http://www.claremontso.org/

Friday, October 26, 2018 - 8:00PM - Torrance - Free
 Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra
 ECC Marsee Auditorium
 http://www.beachcitiessymphony.org/

Visit the following websites for additional orchestral offerings
(listed alphabetically)

CHAMBER ORCHESTRA at St.MATTHEW's
http://musicguildonline.org/

KALEIDOSCOPE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
http://www.kco.la/concerts/

LOS ANGELES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
http://www.laco.org/attend/

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
http://www.lbso.org/

LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC
http://www.laphil.com/tickets/calendar-fullseason

MUSICA ANGELICA
https://www.musicaangelica.org/

NEW WEST SYMPHONY
http://www.newwestsymphony.org

PACIFIC SYMPHONY
https://www.pacificsymphony.org/tickets/concerts

PASADENA SYMPHONY
http://www.pasadenasymphony-pops.org/

SANTA MONICA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
http://www.smsymphony.org/

ORCHESTRA SANTA MONICA
http://www.orchestrasantamonica.org/

Cheers!
Michael Cleary
michaeljosephcleary@yahoo.com

For the full calendar, click:
http://www.palosverdes.com/SoCalOrch/




T. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA VOCAL EVENTS
  LAURI D. GOLDENHERSH's Weekly Highlights
  For the full calendar, click:
  http://www.laurislist.com/calendar

I'm taking the week off. There's lots going on. Please check the calendar for vocal concerts.

Lauri D. Goldenhersh
lauri@laurislist.com
Send us your vocal event info:
events.la@laurislist.com




U. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ORGAN CONCERTS

Select organ recitals are included in the Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter's list of concerts. For a comprehensive list of organ recitals, consult the Calendar for the Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Orange County chapters of the American Guild of Organists by clicking here:
http://www.laago.org/calendar




V. WEBSITES OF HIGH INTEREST TO SOUTHLAND CHAMBER MUSIC AFICIONADOS

PerformingArtsLIVE
The most comprehensive online listing of Music, Theater, and Dance events in Southern California
http://www.performingartslive.com/

KUSC Concert Calendar
Concerts on the KUSC Calendar are provided through the classical music announcements uploaded to PerformingArtsLIVE
http://kusc.org/events-calendar/

LA Weekly Classical Music Calendar
http://goo.gl/6XRBe9

experienceLA
Official Cultural Calendar of Los Angeles County
http://www.experiencela.com/calendar

Orange County Guitar Circle's Comprehensive
Classical Guitar Events in Southern California
http://ocgc.org/pages/SoCalEvents.htm

Southern California Orchestra Concerts
http://www.palosverdes.com/SoCalOrch/

Southern California Vocal Concerts
http://www.laurislist.com/calendar

Southern California Organ Concerts
http://www.laago.org/calendar
 and
http://goorgan.com/

Southern California Early Music Society (SCEMS)
listing of Early Music concerts (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque)
https://www.earlymusicla.org/calendar

Southern California New Music Calendar on
New Classic LA
http://newclassic.la/calendar/




W. NOTE TO PRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS AND ARTISTS

In partnership with PerformingArtsLIVE.com, the Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter's comprehensive list of upcoming concerts is generated by PerformingArtsLIVE.com. If you haven't already done so, upload your concert information. It's easy to do. Simply click:
http://www.performingartslive.com/?p=AL&M=PE

An announcement of your concert will appear in the following:

a. On the PerformingArtsLIVE.com website:
  http://www.performingartslive.com

b. In the Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter:
  http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/CCMN.pdf

c. On the KUSC's calendar of concerts:
  http://kusc.org/events-calendar/

IMPORTANT NOTE: When posting to PerformingArtsLIVE, selecting any one of the categories: 1) Chamber Music, 2) Instrumental Recital, or 3) Voice Recital, or 4) Contemporary Classical/New Music will ensure it will be included in the Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter.

In addition to the comprehensive list, select concerts are included in the body of the newsletter in the section "Highlights & Hidden Gems."




X. ABOUT THE CLICKABLE CHAMBER MUSIC NEWSLETTER

The Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter was founded in November 1999. It is delivered via e-mail as a free community service and also is posted on Classical Crossroads' website at:
http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/CCMN.html

There are currently 5,697 subscribers, who also receive formatted e-flyers for select concerts and occasional mid-issue newsletter updates.

About the Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter:

Music Critic BONDO WYSZPOLSKI writes in the EasyReader
 "Your guide to classical music? Jim Eninger"
 https://goo.gl/Sf5P6V
Music Critic RICK SCHULTZ writes in the Los Angeles Times
 "15 ways to hear chamber music magic in L.A."
 https://goo.gl/oPqKwJ
Torrance's 2017 Excellence in Arts Award honors
 The Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter - Watch video:
 https://www.youtube.com/embed/QN2Vmvm5lDs
New York Arts Consultant EDNA LANDAU's Musical America Blog Post
 "A Full-Time Labor of Love"
 http://www.musicalamerica.com/mablogs/?p=14970
Los Angeles Music Critic ALAN RICH
 "The Continental Shift, And The Pathway Through It"
 http://www.palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads/AlanRich-Shift.pdf
CHRIS PASLES' Los Angeles Times Article
 "His grapevine is a chamber music lifeline"
 http://goo.gl/bmVYa5
Composer/Conductor RUSSELL STEINBERG's Blog Post
 "Classical Music Set To Boom!"
 http://goo.gl/XPtG6D
Daily Breeze Columnist JOHN BOGERT
 "Ph.D. publicist is in tune with classical music"
 https://goo.gl/77DFxm
Blog of the Science Advisory Panel
of the Torrance Refinery Action Alliance
 (Not chamber music, but this is another endeavor by J.E.)
 https://traa.blog/

Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter volunteer team:
Dennis Bade, Tara Biard, Jack Bowman, Michael Cleary,
Mary Lynn Eninger, Katie Eninger, Bettina Gantsweg, Paul Gibson,
Lauri D. Goldenhersh, George Gutman, Toni Hertz, Annette Melikian,
Andrew Paroczai, Liz Redwing, and Amy Sinclair

I'd like to hear from you - reply to this e-mail (preferred) or send replies to JEninger@yahoo.com.

Best wishes,
Jim Eninger, Editor-in-Chief
The Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter
Torrance, California




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