The Culver City Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 2013-14 Season with the concert: Sounds of Downtown, Sat., June 14, 2014, 7:30PM, Kirk Douglas Theater, Downtown Culver City, 9820 Washington Blvd., at Duquesne Ave., Culver City, CA 90232. Free parking under Culver City City Hall across the street from the theater. This is the orchestra’s first performance at Kirk Douglas Theater.
This concert is under the direction Conductor/Music Director-Frank Fetta.
Sounds of Downtown
Aaron Copland – Quiet City (1939)
Samuel Barber – Knoxville: Summer of 1915 (1947)
Lori Stinson, Soprano
Maurice Ravel – Le tombeau de Couperin (1917/1919)
Joseph Haydn – Symphony No. 99 (1793)
This performance is made possible in part by a Culver City Performing Arts Grant with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment
(Program and soloist subject to change.)
$25-General Admission, at Kirk Douglas Theater starting at 6:30PM, and on the orchestra website
$15-Members of SoCal Symphony Society and 17-years-of-age and under, only at the box office
For additional information please visit our web site: www.culvercitysymphony.org or call 310-717-5500, or send an e-mail to [email protected].
Donations and membership to the SoCal Symphony Society, Inc. are welcome.
Members of the Westchester Symphony Society received two free admissions to the concerts except for the last concert, are entitled to reserved concert seating, and to a pre-concert talk given by Conductor Fetta. Membership is available at the concert.
SoCal Symphony Society, Inc., presents The Culver City Symphony Orchestra, The Marina del Rey Summer Symphony, and produces the Parness Young Artists Fund Concerto Competition.
The Culver City Symphony Orchestra is now in its fifteenth season performing in Culver City, and is in its 51st year overall. It has performed in many regional venues in the communities of Westchester, Venice, Los Angeles, San Gabriel, and now Culver City.
In addition to presenting the standard orchestra repertoire and concert dramatizations of operas, the orchestra has presented unique concerts devoted to Black American, Hispanic, and Women composers. It is the parent orchestra of the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony which performs at Burton Chace Park. The orchestra has performed at The Los Angeles Street Festival, on live-radio music broadcasts from the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.