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A Tale of Two Émigrés with James Conlon
LA Opera Music Director James Conlon curates and conducts a unique program that tells the tale of Jewish émigré composers Erich Wolfgang Korngold and Arnold Schoenberg, who left their homelands and ultimately settled in Los Angeles as a result of the Nazis' rise to power. The program will include a talk by Maestro Conlon, who will also conduct works by Korngold and Schoenberg performed by members of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra.
Saturday, June 15 at 3 p.m.
Zipper Hall, Colburn School
200 S Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA
E.W. Korngold: Sextet, Op. 10
Arnold Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony #1, Op. 9
James Conlon, Conductor
Members of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Pasadena Showcase for the Arts
Programs subject to change