REVEL IN THE UNIQUE SOUNDS OF ACCLAIMED CHAMBER MUSIC GROUP CAMERATA PACIFICA AIRING ON KCET'S 'OPEN CALL' SEPTEMBER 27 @ 9 PM | KCET
REVEL IN THE UNIQUE SOUNDS OF ACCLAIMED CHAMBER MUSIC GROUP CAMERATA PACIFICA AIRING ON KCET'S 'OPEN CALL' SEPTEMBER 27 @ 9 PM
- September 25, 2012 - KCET, the nation's largest independent television
station serving Southern and Central California, invites viewers to tune-in to
a brand new episode of its original series, Open
Call, featuring the acclaimed Santa Barbara chamber music group, Camerata
Premiering Sept. 27 at 9 p.m., Camerata Pacifica will perform both classic and
contemporary pieces, including a diverse program of 20th century
music ranging from Shostakovich to Xenakis. Hailed by the Los Angeles Times as "the best chamber music and reason to get out
of the house," this celebrated chamber music group cultivates a highly enthused
and passionate audience with every performance through their non-traditional
approach to the timeless art form.
Pacifica's artistic director Adrian Spence along with host Suzanna Guzmán will
discuss the company's unconventional musical techniques and how they are
helping to change the face of chamber music on the west coast. Spence has
created one of the most noted chamber music ensembles in the United States with
the development of a truly dynamic relationship between the audience and the
repeats on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 9 p.m.; Monday, Oct. 1, at 1:30
p.m.; and Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 12 a.m.
ABOUT CAMERATA PACIFICA
best chamber music reason to get out of the house" by the Los Angeles
Times - Camerata Pacifica performs
monthly in Los Angeles, San Marino, Ventura and Santa Barbara. Bringing
together musicians and audiences from around the world, the chamber music group
is committed to musical excellence and exploration, repertoire that reflects
the breadth of the chamber music genre and discovering new voices. Camerata
Pacifica programs revolve around a core of principal musicians: Catherine
Leonard, Richard Yongjae O'Neill, Ani Aznavoorian and Warren Jones. These
artists bring incredible depth, skill and passion to their work, energizing and
reenergizing both standard and new repertoire. The principals are joined for
most programs by a stellar roster of guest artists from all over the world.
Many of these guests have been with Camerata Pacifica for years, but each season
brings new faces as well.
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