June 5th

LA Philharmonic performance

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On June 5, award-winning French musicians and brothers Renaud and Gautier Capuçon will join dynamic conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil orchestra for the final performance of the LA Phil LIVE in-theatre series performing Brahms’ towering Double Concerto, the final piece of his orchestral work.

In partnership with NCM Fathom, a division of National Cinemedia, LA Phil LIVE simulcasts live in high-definition LA Phil performances from the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall to movie theatres nationwide. The broadcasts include an insider’s look at the LA Phil with never-seen-before footage featuring exclusive interviews with Gustavo, world-renowned guest soloists, and the orchestra’s musicians.

After the June 5 performance, Dudamel will answer questions on-screen that come right from the viewing audience.
For more information, please email questions to Ask@LAPhil.com.

The venues where the performance will be airing in the Los Angeles area at 2:00 pm are included in the follow link: http://www.fathomevents.com/upcoming/locations/90067/06/05/2011/PerformingArts/event/laphil_brahms.aspx

For the game, please answer to culture@consulfrance-losangeles.org.

Jazz Concert : Didier Petit

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June 5, 7pm
@ Royal/T

Didier Petit is a world-class cellist living in France but traveling all over what Peter Kowald used to call the “Gobal Village”, working with a variety of international improvisers from as diverse places as Finland, China or Neverland. He also created the in situ label, devoted to creative improvised music, twenty years ago, and has organized many concerts and events over the years. This past year, he has travelled to United States regularly, where he recorded “Dont Explain” a solo CD featuring his original compositions.
His upcoming performance at Royal T is part of his “North by Northwest” series, a string of improvised duos and trios unfolding in every major city in the US from New York to Los Angeles.

8910 Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

More information: www.royal-t.org

Last modified on 25/05/2011

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