Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘chamber music’


Maurice Ravel, the Genius Alchemist

Maurice Ravel, the Genius Alchemist
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Our thanks to François Chouchan, Founder and Artistic Director of Le Salon de Musiques, for reminding us of this wonderful series: The eighth concert of our season titled “Maurice Ravel, the Genius Alchemist ” features two European masters, Maurice Ravel and Paul Juon, with an exquisite chamber music program for piano trio, including one U. S. premiere. It will […]

Le Salon de Musiques

Le Salon de Musiques

An evening of profound music and impressive musicians in an intimate setting where no stage divides the audience from the performers. It’s the season finale for Le Salon de Musiques’ “without walls” chamber music concert series. Le Salon founder and artistic director François Chouchan welcomes music lovers to come hear the “wonderful and almost unknown” neo-romantic […]

South Pasadena Goes Eclectic

South Pasadena Goes Eclectic

Over three dozen musical performances will be conducted during the afternoon and evening on the streets of downtown (okay, three or four streets worth) of South Pasadena for the 5th Annual Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk. On stage at the Gold Line Metro stop, at the South Pas Music Center, in galleries, and even […]

Brahms, Bartok and a New Guy

Brahms, Bartok and a New Guy

Pacific Serenades, one of the longest-performing ensembles west of the Rio Grande, kicks off its 24th season this weekend with a program called “To Youth! To Wisdom!”, which brings together the old, the kind of old/kind of new, and the totally brand new. The old is Brahms’ String Quintet #1 in F Major; the fence-sitter is […]

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