Members of the LA Phil and YOLA to Perform Free Neighborhood Concert
The Los Angeles Philharmonic, along with First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, presents a free chamber music Neighborhood Concert at the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles on Sunday, September 24, at 4 PM.
The program will feature works by Haydn and Schubert performed by a string quartet made up of members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as well as movements of Mozart's String Quartet No. 3 performed by a quartet from Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA).
The Los Angeles Philharmonic's Neighborhood Concerts in the community include free orchestra, chamber music and jazz concerts in churches, community centers and other local venues around Southern California. The Los Angeles Philharmonic has been presenting free Neighborhood Concerts for over 20 years, as part of the organization's dedication to making music accessible to the widest possible audience.
MOZART String Quartet No. 3 in G major, K. 156, Movements 1 & 3
HAYDN String Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 76, No. 4, "The Sunrise"
SCHUBERT String Quartet in A minor, Op. 29, "Rosamunde"
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Nathan Cole, violin
Akiko Tarumoto, violin
Ingrid Hutman, viola
Brent Samuel, cello
Members of YOLA
Fabiola Marinero, violin
Jacob Molina, violin
Hannah Esquivel, viola
Jackie Rodriguez, cello
Sunday, September 24 at 4 PM
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF LOS ANGELES
540 Commonwealth Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Parking is available in the lot off Commonwealth Ave or just to the west.
HOW TO PURCHASE:
Admission is free, but tickets must be reserved by calling (213) 355-5237 or emailing email@example.com
For more information, visit www.laphil.com.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles) isLA Phil Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel's signature initiative through which the LA Phil and community partners provide free instruments, intensive music training, and academic support to students from underserved neighborhoods, empowering them to become passionate learners and vital citizens. Beginning with 80 students in 2007, YOLA today serves nearly 800 students studying 15 to 18 hours per week at three after-school sites where mentorship and leadership training is integral. YOLA students have the opportunity to work with LA Phil musicians and world-renowned artists and conductors, travel to cities foreign and domestic, and perform in iconic venues Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. YOLA is made possible in South Los Angeles, the Rampart District and East Los Angeles through the following community partners that share fiscal and programmatic responsibilities with the LA Phil: EXPO Center, Harmony Project, Heart of Los Angeles, and LA County High School for the Arts.