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LAEMMLE LIVE presents The Santa Monica Symphony with Rich Capparela July 14

LAEMMLE LIVE proudly presents musicians from the Santa Monica Symphony featuring Susan Greenberg-Flute, Sara Canning-Clarinet, Guido Lamell-Violin, Carol Sandstrom-Viola and Tom Lloyd-Cello. The ensemble will perform works by Mozart, Beethoven, Crusell and Haydn. Beloved classical radio announcer Rich Capparela returns to Laemmle Live to host. Santa Monica Symphony, heralded by the Huffington Post as the "crown jewel of Southern California's community orchestras" has been serving the community through quality, free concerts since 1945.The Santa Monica Symphony enhances lifelong learning through special open rehearsals and performances at loca [...]
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TOO LATE TO DIE YOUNG Q&A with Filmmaker at the Music Hall.

TOO LATE TO DIE YOUNG director Dominga Sotomayor will participate in a Q&A moderated by Carlos Aguilar following the 7:00 pm show on Wednesday,
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CHANGELAND Q&A with Cast & Crew Opening Weekend at the Music Hall.

CHANGELAND director Seth Green, actor Breckin Meyer and producer Corey Moosa will participate in a Q&A  following the 4:10 pm show on Sunday,
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THE SILENCE OF OTHERS Q&A’s with Filmmaker Opening Weekend at the Music Hall.

THE SILENCE OF OTHERS Q&A's with filmmaker Robert Bahar following the 7:00 pm show on Friday, 5/24 and Saturday, Saturday,
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LAEMMLE LIVE presents Dyad in Santa Monica June 2

LAEMMLE LIVE proudly presents Dyad, an innovative violin and bassoon duo on a quest to explore uncharted territory. After meeting at Juilliard, Niv Ashkenazi and Leah Kohn were inspired to create a new kind of chamber music. Unwilling to let a lack of repertoire stand in their way, they thrive on reimagining classic works as well as premiering new pieces. Through engaging, personal performances, they create connections between audience, performers, and music. Sunday's performance will include pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach, Gernot Wolfgang, and Niccolo Paganini. Since their first performance in May 2015, they have given concerts for the Wedn [...]
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