The opening concert of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra's 1993-94 season features the world premiere of John Harbison's "Gli accordi piu usati/The most often used chords," Oct. 22 at Royce Hall and Oct. 23-24 at Ambassador Auditorium.
Repertory for the 25th-anniversary season also includes world premieres from Joan Tower and Stephen Scott, and the U.S. premiere of Arvo Part's "Introductory Prayers."
Music director Christof Perick will conduct six of the 12 programs, including the Richard Strauss evening postponed from this past season. Violinist Iona Brown leads two other agendas, with guests Thomas Hengelbrock, Helmuth Rilling, John Nelson and Nicholas McGegan completing the podium roster.
Season tickets are available in three series at Ambassador, one at Royce, and one at the Japan America Theatre, plus a combination package.
Information: (213) 622-7001.