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April 14, 2010
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Where and when: 8 p.m. Wednesday, Walt Disney Concert Hall, downtown L.A.; 8 p.m. Thursday, McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert Price: $45 to $134.75 Contact: (323) 850-2000, http://www.laphil.com and (760) 341-1013, http://www.mccallumtheatre.com
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April 14, 2010
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Where and when: 8 p.m. Wednesday, Walt Disney Concert Hall, downtown L.A.; 8 p.m. Thursday, McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert Price: $45 to $134.75 Contact: (323) 850-2000, http://www.laphil.com and (760) 341-1013, http://www.mccallumtheatre.com
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December 19, 1998
The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts will offer discounted $11.50 tickets for students and teachers for several 1999 programs, including "Tango Buenos Aires," Jan. 7-9, and "Enter the Actress," featuring Claire Bloom, on Jan. 14. Other programs with $11.50 tickets are Andre Watts' Jan. 21 piano recital, the Russian National Ballet Feb. 12-14, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra on Feb. 18, Moiseyev Dance Company on Feb.
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November 15, 2009 | David Mermelstein
Unless you happen to be David Letterman, little of value tends to come from making top 10 lists. But violinist Gil Shaham has lately turned this common time-waster into something of a consuming passion, and music lovers are the beneficiaries. One of the era's star fiddlers, Shaham began musing about his favorite 20th century violin concertos at the turn of the millennium. He found to his surprise that most were written in the 1930s. This led to a decision to devote several seasons almost exclusively to these works, specifically concertos by Igor Stravinsky, Bela Bartok, Alban Berg, Sergei Prokofiev, William Walton, Benjamin Britten, Samuel Barber and Paul Hindemith.
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