2019-2020 Concert Season

 
Wed, Mar 04
Semel Institute Auditorium
Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance Ensemble at UCLA
These musicians are students at the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. This intensive, graduate-level college program enables a select group of the world’s most promising young musicians to study tuition-free with legendary jazz artists & educators
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Wed, Mar 18
Semel Institute Auditorium
Trio Petrichor performs Rachmaninoff
Featuring Xiao Chen, pianist; Xenia Deviatkina-Loh, violinist, & Niall Ferguson, cellist
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Wed, Apr 01
Semel Institute Auditorium
A Modern Approach to Classical & Flamenco Guitar
Gerardo Morales serenades us on the guitar performing classical flamenco. He has traveled the world as a professional musician, including performing alongside such artists as Black Eyed Peas, Cristina Aguilera, Ozomatli, Kanye West, and with Nino and Isaac de los Reyes.
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Wed, Apr 15
Semel Institute Auditorium
VEM Ensemble performs Classical Music of Armenia
“The evening’s most memorable music was made by the VEM Quartet…who laid out Eduard Mirzoyan’s String Quartet with a feline, subtle grace that touched hearts with its gentle melodic content and long-lined eloquence.”- critic Laurence Vittes
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Wed, May 06
Semel Institute Auditorium
Bold & Brave: Rachmaninoff Preludes & Moment Musicaux
Featuring pianist Anli Lin Tong, musical prodigy who enrolled at Julliard at age 11, praised by Los Angeles Times as "Pointed Grace"
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Wed, May 20
Semel Institute Auditorium
Sounds of India & France through Violin
Priyanka Venkatesh, Indian-American violinist, defines intercultural awareness as one of the hallmarks of her musical career. She will perform a solo work by Indian composer Shirish Korde and a Piano & Violin Sonata by french composer Camille Saint Saens, together with pianist Valerie Stern
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Wed, Jun 03
Semel Institute Auditorium
Zelos Quartet Perform Philip Glass
Committed to performing on saxophones that fit the acoustical specifications of its inventor Adolphe Sax, the Zēlos Quartet from Seattle, WA, connect with a variety of audiences to show the wide range of sounds and colors of the saxophone.
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