Join us this Sunday, June 2, in the Bing Theater, for Sundays Live: A Retrospective and Beyond—Celebrating 29 Years at LACMA.
In advance of the transformation of LACMA’s campus, June 2 will mark the last Sundays Live in the Bing Theater. This concert will honor our rich musical history here, and celebrate our move to St. James Church on Wilshire Boulevard, where we look forward to an exciting musical collaboration beginning September 29, 2019. There, our programming will join St. James’s existing schedule of concerts and organ recitals.
This Sunday’s concert will feature an ensemble comprising past and present performers, alumni, and emerging musicians, with soloists Douglas Masek (saxophone), Althea Waites (piano), and Phillip Levy (violin), conducted by Neal Stulberg.
Our first Sundays Live at LACMA on April 1, 1990, featured Ms. Waites performing Bloch’s “Fugue,” from Concerto Grosso with Piano Obbligato. Broadcast on live radio at the time (KUSC), we ran out of time and “Fugue” was never performed. On Sunday, we will remedy that!
We hope you will join us!