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The Expo Line Concert Series:

First Concert – Saturday October 22, at 8PM

Guillaume Sutre – violin, Clive Greensmith – cello, Paul Coletti – viola, Fabio Bidini – piano

PROGRAM:

Mozart                 Piano Quartet in G minor

R. Clarke             Morpheus for viola and piano

Turina                  Piano trio No.2 in B minor

Cassado                Suite for cello solo

Lekeu                   Piano Quartet

Ravel                    Duo for violin and cello

Brahms                Gypsy Rondo for piano quartet

Second Concert – Saturday January 21, 2017 at 8PM

Hila Plitmann – Soprano                                                    

Third Concert – Saturday February 18, 2017 at 8PM

Paul Coletti – Viola                                                             

Fourth Concert – Saturday March 18, 2017 at 8PM

Roberto Cani – Violin                                                        

Fifth Concert – Saturday May 6, 2017 at 8PM

Robert Vijay Gupta – violin, Clive Greensmith – cello­

Paul Coletti – viola, Fabio Bidini – piano

 

These performers will be treating us to carefully selected programs of some well-known pieces along with less played gems. Please choose from single concert or season subscription of the EXPO LINE CONCERT SERIES hosted at the Santa Monica Conservatory of Music – 1501 Colorado Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404.

Secure your seats now by going to http://www.santamonicabaymusicfoundation.org/expo-line-concert-series/

Single concert General Admission    $50

Single concert Reserved Seating       $125 (includes Artist Reception with deserts, hors d’oeuvres and wine)

Season Subscription Reserved Seating $625  $500 per person

As Founder/Director of the Santa Monica Conservatory of Music I am honored to host this benefit concert series, performed by friends and colleagues, who also happen to be internationally acclaimed performing artists. They love our intimate and acoustically exceptional space here at SMCM, and are eager to support us in our endeavors of music education and community outreach. 

Any ticket purchases over $50 and donations to the Santa Monica Bay Music Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, go to our student Musical Workshop program, providing elementary school children who may not otherwise have access to participate in fun presentations and music learning workshops free of charge. Your donations also support free Community Concerts at the Santa Monica Conservatory, through which we strive to enrich our community by providing free family friendly chamber music recitals performed by the faculty of the Santa Monica Conservatory of Music. 

We at the SMBMF believe in the transformative power of music. Our organization is dedicated to enriching our communities through music education and performance, regardless of socio economic standing. 

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