Category: Member Events

West Side Story Production – Conejo Valley Players

Greg & Sue Anderson join the Pit Orchestra

A beautiful quaint theater in Thousand Oaks has a very talented cast in their production of West Side Story. Greg (LA Winds Trumpet) and Sue (LA Winds Flute) can be heard in the small pit orchestra.

8:00 PM – Thursday, Friday, & Saturday: August 2 – 18, 2018
2:00 PM – Sunday: August 5, 12 & 19

Conejo Valley Players Theatre
351 S Moorpark Rd.
Thousand Oaks, California 91361-1008

 

 


Kian Pasha (Trumpet) USC DMA Recital

Kian Performs Doctoral of Musical Arts Recital

Kian presents his 2nd USC DMA Trumpet Recital featuring Jahyeoung “Jackie” Koo on piano in Northridge.

  • Leopold Mozart, Trumpet Concerto in D
  • Ernest Bloch, Proclamation Vincent Persichetti – Hollow Men
  • Robert Russell Bennet, Rose Variations
  • Leonard Bernstein, Rondo for Lifey

Post recital reception with snacks and refreshments. Possible dinner following at a Korean BBQ nearby.

5:30 PM – Friday, August 10, 2018

Northridge Methodist Church
9650 Reseda Avenue
Northridge, CA 91324

 

 


Shahid Osuna (Flute) Junior Recital

Shahid (LA Winds Flutist) Performs Junior Recital at CSUN

Junior recital at Cal State Northridge, featuring works by Debussy, Mozart, and Godard. Free admission.

2:30 PM – Sunday, April 1, 2018

Cypress Recital Hall
18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge 91330

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Bellini’s “I Capuleti e i Montecchi” Production

Juan Rivera (Flutist) joins the Hawkmore Lyric Opera for Vincenzo Bellini’s production of “I Cauleti ei Montecchi.

This March, join us at Hawkmore Lyric Opera for our debut production, Vincenzo Bellini’s hypnotic masterwork, “I Capuleti e i Montecchi.” A stunningly talented ensemble brings new life to this bel canto classic–a stark adaptation of the Romeo and Juliet saga–in an all-new, stripped down-staging, presented with orchestral accompaniment at an intimate, blackbox-style venue. Don’t miss this enterprise in art: catch any of our six performances, at the Hudson Backstage Theater, in Hollywood. Sung in Italian, with projected English translation.

6 Dates: March 16 – 25

Venue: The Hudson Theatres, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles  90038

Tickets: www.plays411.com

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Jazz It Up for Spring – COC Concert

Jim Brown (clarinet) Plays Sax with College of the Canyons Ensembles

This spring concert with the award-winning COC Studio Jazz Ensemble and Lab Bands will feature songs celebrating spring and a varied collection of jazz styles, tempos, and arrangers. Renowned jazz saxophonist Ann Patterson will be our special guest artist for this concert. She is also the founder and leader of the Maiden Voyage Big Band.

Tickets are available through http://www.cocjazzband.com or the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.

Time / Date: 7:30PM – Friday, March 16, 2018

Location: Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road
Valencia, CA  91355

 


Angel City Big Band features LA Winds Trumpets!

Trumpeters Greg Anderson, Jim Bolek and Craig Malcour perform with the Angel City Big Band

The Angel City Big Band is performing at the Woodland Hills American Legion on Saturday Feb 10. Our featured singer this month will be Bonnie Bowden (former lead singer with Sergio Mendez and Brazil ’77). Come for the great food, drinks, dancing, or just the music!

Venue: American Legion Hall, 5320 Fallbrook Ave, Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Time & Date: 7:30 – 10:30 PM, Saturday February 10th,

Entry: $15/person or $25/couple


La Cañada Library: Free Holiday Concert

Susan Winsberg (flutist) and harpist perform for the holidays.

Susan will be performing with a harpist Peggy Skomai at a free holiday concert offered at the La Cañada Public Library at 2pm on Saturday, December 9th. Library link here.

 


Disney/Pixar Coco PreShow – El Capitan Theater

Susan Winsberg (flute) at the El Capitan Theater

Susan will be performing this weekend with the Grammy Award winning Mariachi Divas for the new Disney/Pixar movie Coco at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood on Friday, December 8th and Saturday, December 9th. Click here for more information.


Debut Performance Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha

Charles Fernandez (bassoonist, arranger, composer) debuts his arrangement!

This newly completed arrangements for band of sections of Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha will be debuted tomorrow night at the Plaza del Sol on the Campus of CSUN as part of the CSUN wind ensemble concert, conducted by Dr. Lawrence Stoffel. Click here to view link!

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 – 7:30pm

Location:

Plaza del Sol Performance Hall / Doors open 30 min. before performance

Cost:

Adults $15 / Faculty, Staff, & Seniors $10 / Students $7

 Wind Ensemble

“MOVEMENTS”
CSUN WIND ENSEMBLE
DR. LAWRENCE STOFFEL [conductor], MR. CLAUDIO ALCÀNTAR [graduate conductor] & PROF. JERRY LUEDDERS [guest conductor]

Program to include:

  • Paul Hindemith, Symphony in B-flat
  • Dwayne Milburn, American Hymnsong Suite
  • Scott Joplin, Selections from “Treemonisha”
  • George Frideric Handel, The Music for the Royal Fireworks


Performance Date:

Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017 — Doors open at 7pm


Venue:

Plaza del Sol Performance Hall


Chasing Memories

LA Winds Clarinetist Geoff Nudell

November 7 – December 17, 2017
Gil Cates Theater

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Written & Directed by Josh Ravetch
Lyrics by Alan & Marilyn Bergman
Music by Bill Cantos & Mari Falcone, Dave Grusin, Marvin Hamlisch, Michel Legrand and Johnny Mandel 
Featuring Tyne Daly, Robert Forster & Scott Kradolfer

“Daly brings to the role her sweet and sour realism, slingshot comic timing and emotional heft… her stage presence alone is worth the price of admission.” – Los Angeles Times
“Tyne Daly is a comic force! The one-liners come fast. So do the sobs.” – The Hollywood Reporter
“This piece not only tugs at your heartstrings but will make you cherish every moment of living.” – BroadwayWorld.com
“A complete joy to watch! Ravetch skillfully directs the brilliant Tyne Daly.” – BroadwayWorld.com
“Ravetch’s writing is full of insights about life as it is lived, past and present… but not without being terribly, terribly funny.” – BroadwayWorld.com
“Forster as Franklin is so natural and low key in his approach and nails Franklin’s demeanor to a tee.” – BroadwayWorld.com
“Kradolfer as Mason brings vulnerability and support to his mother’s dilemma.” – BroadwayWorld.com

In this world premiere with songs written by legendary lyricists Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Tyne Daly stars as a woman not quite ready to let go of the life she’s loved and the love of her life.

Recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New Play Award
Major support for this world premiere production provided by the Edgerton Foundation New Play Production Fund