Young Voices

Saturday, January 30  |  08:00 PM

 

Celebrate unforgettable Hollywood film soundtracks bookended by masterworks by Pachelbel, Mozart, Debussy and Stravinsky in an exciting mid-season concert showcasing music students of the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra’s current partner schools in their first appearances with a professional orchestra!

Program

Johann Pachelbel – Canon in D Major

Featuring students from LAV’s violin instruction program at the Pacoima Elementary School performing with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra.

W.A. Mozart – Violin Concerto no.4 in D Major, K.218

Audrey Park, violin

INTERMISSION

Elton John – "The Circle of Life," from The Lion King

(a cappella arrangement for double chorus)
Featuring the Children’s Chorus from the Lycee Francais of Los Angeles and the Hollywood High School Chorus

John Williams – "Somewhere in My Memory," from Home Alone

(arrangement for string orchestra)
Featuring the Children’s Chorus from the Lycee Francais of Los Angeles and the Hollywood High School Chorus

Claude Debussy – Danses sacree et profane

Cristina Montes Mateo, harp

Igor Stravinsky – Concerto in D for string orchestra

 

Artists

Audrey Park

Audrey Park

Praised for her “rich sound [and] excellent rhythmic drive” (violinist.com), young violin virtuoso Audrey Park currently studies at the Juilliard School under Mr. Hyo Kang, with additional instruction from Linda Rose, Almita Vamos, and Cho-Liang Lin.

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Cristina Montes Mateo

Cristina Montes Mateo

Winner of the unanimously 1st Prize in the XII Edition of the “Torneo Internazionale di Musica” (Rome, 2006) and the unanimously 1st Prize in the International Harp Competition “V. Bucchi” (2009), Cristina Montes Mateo is recognized as one of the leading harpists of her generation throughout the world.

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Venue

Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz

Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz

Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz opened in June 2000. It is a tribute to the passion and ambition of Mr.Raymond Kabbaz, President Founder of Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, who dedicated the last three years of his life to the creation of the Theatre.

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