Art enthusiasts in L.A. listen up! Are you in for an off-beat art experience? We have 3 fun and eclectic recommendations for you this month.
From unique German/Austrian Chamber music to German Cartomancy, you can find something to satisfy your unconventional taste for art this April.
1 – If you love chamber music and enjoy not only traditional, classic scores but also have an ear for modern, contemporary music. You might want to check out:
Three’s Company: Music for unique Combinations of Three. Part of the Pittance Chamber Music 2017/18 season at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music this concert presents works not only by German composers Schubert and Brahms but will also feature work of Austrian composer Gernot Wolfgang, who resides in Los Angeles and works as an orchestrator in the film and TV music industry.
Gernot Wolfgang is currently also associate director of “HEAR NOW – A Festival of New Music by Contemporary Los Angeles Composers”. Described as a composer with a “winning sonic arsenal” (Daniel Rosenberg, Gramophone) you will be hearing his work Road Signs, which will be on his next CD.
WHAT: Pittance Chamber Music Concert Three’s Company
WHEN: Saturday, April 14 at 7:30pm at Pasadena Conservatory of Music.
All works on the program will be performed by members of the LA Opera Orchestra and Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artists.
2 – Our next suggestion is for a spiritually invoked art exhibition: A mystical German fortune-telling card system re-imagined by artist Shay Bredimus at the Long Beach Art Museum:
“The Seni Horoscopes were a 17th-century German fortune-telling card system. [Read more…] about German Chamber Music or German Tarot Cards. What’s Your Pick?