How LACO’s New Maestro Jaime Martín Was Influenced by Sir Neville Marriner
The article discusses the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra's season conclusion under new Music Director, Maestro Jaime Martín, a renowned flutist and conductor influenced by Sir Neville Marriner.
A Sound Investment Weaves Into the Concert Hall
Sarah Gibson's new orchestral work, warp & weft, inspired by feminist artist Miriam Schapiro, premieres with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. The piece reflects the art of weaving.
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