Sunday, January 29 | 06:00 PM
Don’t miss this exclusive Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra mid-season performance at Los Angeles’ St. James Church, as part of its Great Music / Classical Sundays at Six series. It will feature Tchaikovsky’s rarely heard Elegy, a musical gem by Mozart, and one of Frank Martin’s most enthralling works – all with our biggest lineup of young talent yet! This concert is free of charge and seating will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
P.I. Tchaikovsky – Elegy in G Major for String Orchestra, TH 51
W.A. Mozart – Divertimento No. 1 in D major, K.136
Frank Martin – Concerto for 7 Wind Instruments, Timpani, Percussion, and Strings
Making her debut with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, Jennifer St. John is majoring in music performance in oboe at California State University Long Beach under the tutelage of Claire Brazeau where she has held the position of principal oboe. In addition to performing with chamber ensembles, she also teaches oboe locally. She has previously studied under Sarah Skuster.
Kathryn Nevin earned her MM and DMA in Clarinet Performance from Univ. of Southern California, and her BM from Northern Illinois Univ. As a freelancer in Southern California, she has performed with many orchestras, and is a member of Redlands Symphony Orchestra, St. Matthew’s Chamber Orchestra, Desert Symphony, and Long Beach Municipal Band.Read More
Bassoonist Christin Webb is a freelance chamber and orchestral musician based in Los Angeles and is Professor of Bassoon at Pepperdine University. Praised for her “perfectly even fast articulations and rich even tone” by The Double Reed Magazine, she is in demand as a studio musician and regularly performs with several Southern California orchestras, including the Santa Barbara and Long Beach Symphonies.Read More
Born in Philadelphia and making her debut with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, Tali is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy and is currently studying classical trumpet performance at the University of Southern California under Jennifer Marotta and Tom Hooten, Principal Trumpet of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.Read More