@2015 by Maiani da Silva

.A., Los Angeles, West L.A., violinist, violin, music, teacher, private lessons, adult student, musician, instrumental, string instrument

Past Events

The Furies premiere 2 works written for them by Elizabeth Baker and Laura Cetilia.

Laura Cetilia 
"Ethers" for two violins, featuring The Furies

and 

Elizabeth Baker 
"A Cure for Hysteria" for violins and vibrators, featuring The Furies

Los Angeles Ballet

Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker

The Dolby Theatre

11am

3pm

12/23/17

Los Angeles Ballet Orchestra, The Dolby Theatre

Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker

The Dolby Theatre

1pm

5pm

L.A. Phil's Noon to Midnight Marathon of New Music 2017

11/18/17

wild Up at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Alex TEMPLE: The Man Who Hated Everything

Gérard PESSON: Rescousse

Andrew THOLL: New Work (world premiere, wild Up commission)

DU Yun: Mantichora

Scott WALKER: RUBATO (It: ‘Stolen Time’) (world premiere, LA Phil and wild Up co-commission)

Pauline OLIVEROS: Tuning Meditation

https://www.laphil.com/tickets/noon-to-midnight#wildUP

St. Matthew's Chamber Orchestra

11/10/17

Pacific Palisades, CA Songs and Kaleidoscopes

ROZSA Kaleidoscope, Op. 19a

SCHUBERT Symphony No. 6 in C major, D. 589

TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35, soloist: Annelle Gregory

St. Matthew's Chamber Orchestra

10/13/17

Pacific Palisades, CA, From Indoor Elegance to Outdoor Flamboyance

KODALY: Dances of Galanta

MOZART Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor

SAINT-SAENS Symphony No. 2 in A minor, Op. 55, soloist: Inna Faliks

Taylor Mac's 24 Decade History of Popular Music

09/17/17

Curran Theatre, S.F., CA Chapter II (1836-1896) Walt Whitman and Stephen Foster go head to head for the title of Father of the American Song culminating in the queerest Civil War Reenactment in history. Oh…and a production of the Mikado set on Mars.

A 24-Decade History of Popular Music is Mac’s multi-year effort to chart a subjective history of the United States through 246 songs that were popular throughout the country, and in its disparate communities, from 1776 to the present day. In performing the work, Mac is joined by an orchestra—led by Music Director Matt Ray, who created new arrangements of all 246 songs—plus an ensemble of “Dandy Minions” and a variety of local special guests, including members of the audience cast as colonial needleworkers, World War I soldiers and Yum Yum from The Mikado. Costume designer Machine Dazzle, a longtime Mac collaborator, has handmade an outrageously imaginative, world-unto-itself costume specific to each decade.

Taylor Mac's 24 Decade History of Popular Music

09/15/17

Curran Theatre, S.F., CAChapter I (1776-1836) The American Revolution from the perspective of the yankee doodle dandy, the early woman’s lib movement, an epic battle between drinking songs and early temperance songs, a dream sequence where the audience is blindfolded and the heteronormative narrative as colonization.

A 24-Decade History of Popular Music is Mac’s multi-year effort to chart a subjective history of the United States through 246 songs that were popular throughout the country, and in its disparate communities, from 1776 to the present day. In performing the work, Mac is joined by an orchestra—led by Music Director Matt Ray, who created new arrangements of all 246 songs—plus an ensemble of “Dandy Minions” and a variety of local special guests, including members of the audience cast as colonial needleworkers, World War I soldiers and Yum Yum from The Mikado. Costume designer Machine Dazzle, a longtime Mac collaborator, has handmade an outrageously imaginative, world-unto-itself costume specific to each decade.

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