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ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 1994 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hearing hefty doses of music by the celebrated but too often neglected American composer Elliott Carter is a rare enough treat, at a time when contemporary music gets token attention at best. Hearing a full plate of Carter works, spanning more than 40 years of the composer's output, and performed by the Carter-friendly California EAR Unit, was a multiple pleasure.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 25, 1988 | TERRY McQUILKIN
Czechoslovakia's Talich String Quartet provided a fine opening to the 30th season of chamber concerts presented by the Fullerton Friends of Music on Sunday at Sunny Hills High School. Polish and refinement characterized the quartet's playing, along with solid technical command and sure control. Control, in fact, seemed to be a high priority for the four musicians, who took few risks and approached the music from a rather objective angle.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 17, 1994
Everyone who attends concerts in Los Angeles likes feeling safe. But Steve Hochman's article "Palladium Security Reflects the Reality of Rock 'n' Roll" (Dec. 14) didn't exactly address the question: How much security is too much? I was there for the mentioned Hole show. It was the same story that concert-goers now encounter at virtually every local venue--overzealous security measures bordering on the absurd. Pat-downs have been going on for years, and no one objects to metal detectors.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 1996 | ENRIQUE LOPETEGUI
The most interesting feature of the best rock en espan~ol is the way Latin rockers draw upon so many sources of musical inspiration. Argentina's Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Mexico's Cafe Tacuba--who shared billing for the first time Friday night at the Universal Amphitheatre--are perhaps the two bands in the field that have most effectively blended Anglo influences with their countless Latin American roots.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 2014 | By David Ng
Ennio Morricone has postponed his upcoming concerts in Los Angeles and New York until June, citing a back injury that is preventing him from traveling long distances. The five-time Academy Award-nominated movie composer had been scheduled to conduct concerts at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live on March 20 and at the Barclays Center's Cushman and Wakefield Theatre in Brooklyn on March 23. Organizers said the rescheduled concerts will take place June 13 in Brooklyn and June 15 in L.A. PHOTOS: Celebrities injured on set Morricone, who is 85 and lives in Italy, suffered a slipped disc in his back and underwent surgery to correct the injury.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 1988
The Da Camera Society of Los Angeles will return to Orange County during its 1988-89 chamber music season with a "Springtime in Historic Orange County Mini-Festival," to take place March 19, producing director MaryAnn Bonino announced this week. The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet will play at the Santa Ana Courthouse, and an evening concert will feature Hispanic music by I Cantori at the Episcopal Church of the Messiah on Bush Street in Santa Ana.
MAGAZINE
January 10, 1988
Los Angeles has always been described as a city with great potential. Now more than ever, the city seems to be speeding toward the future, realizing its potential in ways both exciting and troubling. According to current estimates, Los Angeles will be the most populous city in the United States by the end of this century and will likely dominate Pacific trade as well.
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