Pulitzer Prizes Awarded To Los Angeles Times, Incoming LA Chamber Orchestra Creative AdvisorCalifornia’s biggest newspaper was recognized this week with a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on the USC gynecologist scandal, but so was a lesser-known composer who will soon become the creative adviser and composer-in-residence at the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.
Best Activities To Do In L.A. This Week - May 30This week begins with great Memorial Day celebrations followed by a myriad of activities to do throughout the week.
See Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra In An Upcoming ConcertExecutive Director Rachel Fine from the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about the upcoming concerts.
Strad Fest LA Showcases 8 Of The World's Most Rare ViolinsRachel Fine, the executive director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, told KNX1070's Megan Goldsby Strad Fest L.A. will gather eight Stradivarius violins.
Pianos Scattered Across SoCal For Any Member Of The Public To PlayThe sound of music is echoing across Los Angeles Thursday with the launch of a free public art installation of pianos, decorated by students at the Braille Institute.
Behind The New Music Of The Los Angeles Chamber OrchestraLos Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) is considered one of the nation’s premier orchestras as well as a leader in presenting wide-ranging repertoire and adventurous commissions of new music. LA Chamber Orchestra's Rachel Fine and Margaret Batjer stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about new programs.
Family Calendar For The Week: February 7th-13thFrom a dance performance that honors Black History Month to a heaping helping of snow, there’s a lot going on to delight SoCal kids and their parents.