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Classical 27/05/2010

David Shostac And Song Of Angels Flute Orchestra To Celebrate Their New Release Of Vivaldi Flute Concertos Via Live Concert On June 13, 2010

Los Angeles, CA (Top40 Charts/ Song Of Angels Flute Orchestra) - Classical music lovers from across Southern California will be marking their calendars for the second Sunday of June. That's when internationally acclaimed flute soloist David Shostac, along with the one-of-a kind Song of Angels Flute Orchestra, will premiere their brand new CD release of Vivaldi Flute Concertos. This ground-breaking performance will be conducted by Andrew Shulman, principal cellist with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

WHAT:
Rare concert performance by David Shostac promoting his new album Vivaldi Flute Concertos. Concert will feature Vivaldi's flute concertos arranged for solo flute and flute orchestra, featuring new and exciting arrangements created entirely for the unique playing strengths of the Song of the Angeles Flute Orchestra. Also included in this concert will be new arrangements for flute orchestra of Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, Mahler's Adagietto and St. Saens' Violin Concerto.

WHO:
David Shostac, principal flutist for the LA Chamber Orchestra; joined by Song of the Angels Flute Orchestra with Frederick Staff, founder; and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra cellist Andrew Shulman directing.

WHEN:
Sunday, June 13, 2010, 4:00 PM

WHERE:
St. James Cathedral
3903 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90010

DONATION:
$10.00

"This is a wonderful opportunity to hear Vivaldi as never before," notes Shostac, "played by an orchestra consisting entirely of flutes, alto flutes, bass flutes, sub-bass, contrabass, and double contrabass flutes. It's a brand new interpretation of Vivaldi's concept."






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