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February 11, 1995 | TIMOTHY MANGAN
All performing musicians aspire to the condition of James Galway: He has a technical mastery so complete that it makes everything look easy. That this facility didn't lead to emotional detachment or casualness in the Irish flutist's playing, as it can with some superstar soloists, was the joy of his Thursday night recital at Ambassador Auditorium, featuring sonatas by Bach and Handel.
March 4, 2000 | By CHRIS PASLES,
Onstage Thursday at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts: a huge array of percussion instruments, two fishbowls, 15 microphones and batteries of speakers at each side of the stage. But not to worry--veteran flutist James Galway, appearing with the young Danish percussionists Uffe Savery and Morten Friis, who perform under the name of the Safri Duo, would offer the most mild, middle-of-the-road program imaginable. Musical interest peaked in only two technologically low-keyed places.
December 4, 1986 | MARC SHULGOLD
Who can resist the twinkly-eyed charms of James Galway? Not many, judging from the reactions of a large crowd gathered to hear the Irish flutist in a Philharmonic-sponsored recital Tuesday at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. From the moment he strode on stage, called out "Good evening" and cocked his head waiting for the audience's unison reply, Galway had the crowd in his hip pocket.
March 2, 1993
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June 23, 2008 | Don Heckman, Special to The Times
As the summer heat and a sense of nostalgia permeated the air, the Hollywood Bowl kicked off its 87th season Friday night with a stirring, fireworks-enlivened tribute to three new inductees into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. All -- flutist James Galway, singer-guitarist B.B. King and singer-dancer-actress Liza Minnelli -- were present and ready to perform.
January 9, 2000
Several years ago, I turned my radio to KUSC during its "new sound of classical music" era and heard a hideous version of Bizet's "Carmen Suite" played by flutist James Galway. When it was over, a familiar voice came on and said: "And now for something different. Some real music." For moments like that, thank you, Jim Svejda. Thank you. Alan Coles Long Beach
April 18, 1990
The Thursday performance of James Galway and the Tokyo String Quartet at Ambassador Auditorium has been canceled because of Galway's illness. The flutist has been hospitalized in Philadelphia "for a stomach virus of some sort," said Galway's public relations manager, George Martynuk. Refunds for the Ambassador performance are available by mail from the box office or if purchased elsewhere at point of sale. Information: Ambassador box office, (818) 304-6161.
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