Culver City Symphony to Feature Shulman as Guest Conductor Feb. 23

With the next Culver City Symphony concert of the season, there will be a welcome for a Guest Conductor – Andrew Shulman, Principal Cellist of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, former Principal Cellist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and an active international conductor and cello soloist.

Over the past fifty years much has changed in the world, and in how Classical Music is presented and produced, but the music remains constant in the ever and quickly shifting changes to tastes and sensibilities.Program:W. A. Mozart
Divertimento, D Major, K 136 (1771) 
Ralph Vaughn Williams
Fantasia on a Theme
by Thomas Tallis (1910)

Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Serenade for String Orchestra (1880)

At the Vets Auditorium – Pre-concert talk with Andrew Shulman, 7:15 PM,for Symphony Society Members, only. Concert at 8 PM
Admission Charge $10( Free for Westchester Symphony Society Members, present your membership card at the box office. Membership available at the concert on our website or go the links below.)

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Distinguished Patron, $150
Benefactor, $100
Patron, $75
Season, $45

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