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February 28, 1989 | JOHN HENKEN
There were few frills to the latest offering of the Chamber Music in Historic Sites series--conservative repertory in the sort of unexceptionally elegant room that the Da Camera Society has taught us abounds in Los Angeles. But polished and wonderfully communicative playing from the Haydn-Trio Vienna made Sunday afternoon in the dining room of the Los Angeles Athletic Club a richly rewarding occasion.
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April 18, 1988 | HERBERT GLASS
While period-instrument orchestras proliferate, the antiquarian string quartet remains a rarity. The only internationally active ensemble in the field is the London-based Salomon String Quartet, which made its Los Angeles debut at the Doheny Mansion on Friday under auspices of the Da Camera Society of Mount St. Mary's College.
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April 12, 1988 | BRUCE BURROUGHS
As a sultry afternoon sun, streaming through the Tiffany glass dome roof, turned the salon of Edward Doheny's 100-year-old mansion into a hotbox Sunday, violinist Arnold Steinhardt and pianist Lincoln Mayorga rendered the non-air-conditioned circumstances irrelevant. The wonder of Steinhardt is that his flamboyance exists entirely in the playing, not in mannerisms or stance. Though his basically warm, fruity tone occasionally becomes thin and scrappy, he never loses the music for an instant.
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April 24, 1992 | HERBERT GLASS
The Arcadian Academy, members of the San Francisco-based Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, presented a cherishable program of mostly 17th-Century music on period instruments in the Crystal Ballroom of the Biltmore Hotel on Monday. It was a high point of this season of the Chamber Music in Historic Sites series sponsored by the Da Camera Society of Mount St. Mary's College.
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April 19, 1999 | JOHN HENKEN
The Peabody Trio has been playing the music of contemporary Israeli composer Shulamit Ran for years now, and certainly has the courage of its convictions. The ensemble from Baltimore began the season finale Friday of the Da Camera Society of Mount St. Mary's College soiree series at the Doheny Mansion with the Los Angeles premiere of Ran's "Soliloquy." Based on themes from Ran's opera "The Dybbuk," "Soliloquy" opens in still, haunted beauty.
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February 29, 1988 | TERRY McQUILKIN
Friday night, the Da Camera Society scored a spectacular success in engaging, on three days' notice, a suitable replacement for violist Thomas Reibl, who, before he contracted the flu, was scheduled to perform at the Doheny Mansion, on the downtown campus of Mount St. Mary's College.
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January 17, 1989 | GREG HETTMANSBERGER
The Empire Brass Quintet displayed complete mastery Sunday night aboard the Queen Mary under the auspices of the Chamber Music in Historic Sites series of the Da Camera Society. Awash from start to finish in brilliant tones impeccably controlled, the audience heard a wide stylistic variety of selections that never failed to delight.
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January 13, 1992 | JOHN HENKEN
Nobody could accuse the Los Angeles Piano Quartet of taking a walk on the repertory wild side, Friday at the Doheny Mansion at Mount St. Mary's College downtown campus. But there are other kinds of musical adventure, as the group demonstrated in its Da Camera Society concert. That was most convincingly shown in Faure's Quartet in C minor, Opus 15. An LAPQ recording of the piece is due out soon, and the performance Friday proved thoroughly polished and well-considered, but not overly studied.
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November 18, 1985 | HERBERT GLASS
An appealing match of performers and venue was provided by the Da Camera Society of Mount St. Mary's College on Friday: the Netherlands-based Orlando String Quartet amid the Tiffany glass and marble of the downtown Doheny Mansion. This excellent ensemble has, with the recent acquisition of a new first violinist, Charles Andre Linale, added heft and rhythmic bite without altering a basic profile notable for refinement of tone, brightly lean sonority and quickish tempos.
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