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A Month of Stravinsky

February 09, 2001

Highlights from the Los Angeles Philharmonic's festival honoring Igor Stravinsky:

Sunday--Panel: "A Conversation With Esa-Pekka Salonen and Peter Sellars." The LACMA Institute for Arts & Cultures Penthouse, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Feb. 22-25--Los Angeles Philharmonic Concert: "The King of the Stars," "Symphony of Psalms," "Persephone." Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

Feb. 24--Panel: "Stravinsky for the Record: Memories of the L.A. Sessions." Arnold Schoenberg Institute, USC.

Feb. 28--Panel: "A Word With Igor: A Literary Evening With Igor Stravinsky." Los Angeles Central Library.

March 1-4--Los Angeles Philharmonic Concert: "Agon," "Mavra," "The Rite of Spring." Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

March 3--Panel: "The Eclectic Stravinsky: Sampling the L.A. Arts Mix." UCLA Hammer Museum.

March 4--Family Day: "Feeling Music--Family Art--Making With the Abstract Expressionists and Igor Stravinsky." Museum of Contemporary Art.

March 5--Panel and concert: "A Russian on the Roof: Stravinsky and New Music in L.A." Bing Theatre, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

March 9-11--Los Angeles Philharmonic Concert: "Movements," Capriccio, Concerto for Piano and Winds, "The Firebird." Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

March 12--Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella Concert: Octet, Three Pieces for String Quartet, "Abraham and Isaac," "Pribaoutki," "Soldier's Tale" (Trio Version), Concert in E-Flat ("Dumbarton Oaks"). Zipper Hall, Colburn School of Performing Arts.

Note: All Los Angeles Philharmonic concerts are conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen. There is no admission charge for the panels or the family day; reservations required at the LACMA panel, (323) 857-6088. For concert information: (323) 850-2000.

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