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May 25, 2000 | JAN BRESLAUER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Los Angeles doesn't really have a signature summer performing arts festival along the lines of, say, Salzburg, Aix or Edinburgh. Too bad, it really should. Fortunately, Southern California--a.k.a., the greater Los Angeles area, which is to say anywhere you can drive from here in a couple of hours or less--certainly does. In fact, it's got several, including that Salzburg of the West, the Ojai Music Festival, and the chamber blowouts at the Huntington and in La Jolla.
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May 25, 2000 | JAN BRESLAUER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Los Angeles doesn't really have a signature summer performing arts festival along the lines of, say, Salzburg, Aix or Edinburgh. Too bad, it really should. Fortunately, Southern California--a.k.a., the greater Los Angeles area, which is to say anywhere you can drive from here in a couple of hours or less--certainly does. In fact, it's got several, including that Salzburg of the West, the Ojai Music Festival, and the chamber blowouts at the Huntington and in La Jolla.
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May 27, 2004 | Mark Swed, Times Staff Writer
Thanks to the growth of Los Angeles Opera and regional opera companies, Southern California is turning into an opera center. But it has never before been a summer opera destination. This summer that will change, and in a remarkable way. With L.A. Opera ending its season in June and beginning anew in early September, as well as the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra offering concert opera during the Bowl season, we're already accustomed to big-ticket summer opera.
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