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The Los Alamos Concert Association’s 67th
season begins in September and it promises to be an exciting one offering legendary and unusual world-class performers
The season opens with a fanfare on Sept. 29 with the Canadian Brass. For more than 40 years, this ensemble has set the standard by which all other brass quintets are measured. LACA anticipates a sell-out for this performance and suggests early ticket purchases to avoid disappointment.
November will bring Apollo’s Fire, the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra. This 16-member ensemble will perform five of J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos.
This is an opportunity to hear these works performed by a preeminent period-instrument ensemble. Apollo’s Fire appeared in Los Alamos several years ago.
Cellist Joshua Roman accompanied by pianist Andrius Zlabys will perform in January.
Dubbed a classical rock star by the press, Roman was named a TED Fellow in 2011 joining “a select group of Next Generation innovators of unusual accomplishments with the potential to positively affect the world.” As if that praise were not enough, Yo Yo Ma called him “one of the great exemplars of the ideal young musician.” Joshua Roman’s program will be announced at a later date.
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