A Tale of Two Clarinets – May 26

Towards the end of their respective lives Mozart and Brahms met clarinetists whose playing so caught their attention that each composed Quintets for Clarinet and String Quartet. For Mozart it was it was Anton Stadler, and for Brahms it was Richard Mühlfeld.

There are no other works like these two quintets, and their combination in one concert is a spellbinding event, even a spiritual event for some since both works are a type of summing-up of their lives.

SoCal Symphony Society/Culver City Symphony Orchestra presents a season ending chamber music concert of the two quintets, and Schubert’s Quartettsatz, with the New Hollywood String Quarter joined by Joshua Ranz.

There will be a post-concert reception and the pulling of our annual raffle.
The New Hollywood String Quartet

Rafael Rishik – Violin
Tereza Stanislav – Violin
Robert Brophy – Viola
Andrew Shulman – Cello
Mr. Shulman is the Principal Guest Conductor
​of the Culver City Symphony Orchestra
Joshua Ranz – Clarinet
Covenant Presbyterian Church


May 26, 2019 at 3 pm

6323 W 80th St
Los Angeles CA 90045
At the Corner of Sepulveda Blvd, and 80th Street,
Westchester, a mile north of LAX.
Limited parking at the church,
and along 80th Street and Alverstone Avenue.
​Across from the YMCA.

Culver City Symphony 

Graphic – Two Clarinets by Joe Fournier

The Actors' Gang

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