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How LACO’s New Maestro Jaime Martín Was Influenced by Sir Neville Marriner


Jaime Martín | Photo by Ben Gibbs

Recently the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra concluded its season with its newly-minted Music Director, Maestro Jaime Martín. Martín is a celebrated flutist and conductor and his recent appointment represents a long arc that began with another former conductor of the LACO, Sir Neville Marriner, who was a huge influence on Maestro Martín.

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How LACO’s New Maestro Jaime Martín Was Influenced by Sir Neville Marriner
  For more on Maestro Martin and the new LACO visit laco.org.
Written by:
John Van Driel
John Van Driel
Published on 05.24.2019

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