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March 11, 2004 | Steve Hochman, Special to The Times
There's some serious instrumental tonnage being shifted on this Friday evening in the Silverlake Music Conservatory. A teenage girl lugs a barrel-like conga drum out of one of the eight small rooms. As she closes the door behind her, another girl wrestles with a cello.
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March 11, 2004 | Steve Hochman, Special to The Times
There's some serious instrumental tonnage being shifted on this Friday evening in the Silverlake Music Conservatory. A teenage girl lugs a barrel-like conga drum out of one of the eight small rooms. As she closes the door behind her, another girl wrestles with a cello.
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March 18, 2004
In response to Steve Hochman's article about the Silverlake Music Conservatory ["The Real School of Rock," March 11], I would like to say that the two public schools that educated Dean Tambling, the student featured in the article, have been unjustly described by Tambling as "run-of-the-mill." During a recent off-track session at North Hollywood High School, where Tambling is a student, my son was enrolled in daily classes for jazz band, marching band, concert band and orchestra, and practiced for the spring musical's orchestra -- at no cost to his parent.
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April 22, 2013 | By Todd Martens
There were two questions heading into the xx's set on the main stage of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on Saturday night. Could a band that's evolving by stripping more out of its songs hold the attention of a large festival crowd? And would R&B singer Solange make a guest appearance for a second week in a row? Both were clearly answered. Solange unfortunately didn't appear, once again making Weekend 1 the hotter ticket, but the xx continues to transfix by turning its songs into mini pieces of performance art. The xx didn't duet.
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