Camerata Pacifica's SpeakEasy L.A. Explores Beethoven And John Adams
Camerata Pacifica continues it's ever-popular afternoon event SpeakEasy L.A. on October 20, 2018 with an exploration of Beethoven and John Adams. Camerata Pacifica musicians Kristin Lee, violin; Jason Uyeyama, violin; Richard O'Neill, viola; and Ani Aznavoorian, cello, will compare Beethoven's first string quartet, published in 1801, with John Adams' string quartet, "The Book of Alleged Dances," written in 1995. Whether you're a classical music aficionado, or don't know Beethoven from Beck, this is the perfect opportunity to get inside the music.
So, forgo the formalities of the concert hall, and come SpeakEasy! Bring a folding chair, (you have to bring your own chair!), grab a bite, enjoy wine from a can, and explore some good music. Nuclear Wines will join the festivities, and a food truck will provide delicious grub.
In addition to bringing your chair, please bring questions. All kinds of questions are encouraged as we explore these classical and contemporary works.
Tickets begin at $5!
Don't have a chair to bring? No problem! A $40 VIP ticket not only provides you with your very own folding chair to take home, but also includes 1 can of Nuclear Wines and access to the preferred seating area.
Here's the rundown of SpeakEasy ticket prices:
$5 Advanced Purchase General Admission
$10 General Admission Door Purchase
$40 VIP ticket, which includes:
preferred seating area
your own folding chair to take home
1 can of Nuclear Wine
For more information and to purchase tickets: cameratapacifica.org/speakeasy