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By Barbara Diamond | January 29, 2009
Renowned cellist Lynn Harrell struck a chord with Laguna Beach seniors Jan. 23 as they bade farewell to the veterans memorial building. Harrell’s appearance under the auspices of Laguna Beach Live! marked the end of an era for local seniors, who will be moving their activities from Legion Hall, as the building is known familiarly, into new digs Saturday, but not without mixed emotions. “Without Legion Hall, we would not have the seniors’ organization,” said past President Pauline Walpin.
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By Ashley Breeding | January 8, 2009
The theme of 2009 is “Celebration of the Cello.” Laguna Beach Live and the Orange County Philharmonic Society will host their seventh annual Laguna Beach Musical Festival Jan. 18 to 25, featuring world-renowned cellist Lynn Harrell. “This year will include several educational events, master classes, a gourmet dinner [at Claes Restaurant], a special “Meet the Artists” salon and three concerts at the Laguna Beach Artists’ Theatre,” Laguna Beach Live President Cindy Prewitt said.
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January 9, 2009
The following events are part of the Laguna Beach Music Festival, Jan. 18 to 25 at various locations. Tickets can be purchased at www.lagunabeachmusic festival.com . ? ??The Cello Goes to the Opera,? sponsored by Claes Restaurant; 6:30 to 8 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Laguna Room, Hotel Laguna, 425 S. Coast Hwy. Hear favorite opera arias come to life in an intimate setting reminiscent of 19th century European salon traditions. Lynn Harrell, accompanied by Victor AsunciĆ³n will perform.
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April 25, 2003
Free chamber music in Laguna Laguna Beach Live! will hold a free chamber music concert with The Wrightwood Ensemble on May 4. The ensemble is a string trio of two violins and one cello. It will perform works by classical composers Bach and Beethoven to Brahms as well as contemporary composers Andrew Lloyd Webber and John Williams. The concert is part of First Sundays, a free day of art and music for the community. The concert is from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at Laguna College of Art and Design, 2222 Laguna Canyon Road.
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November 1, 2002
The Laguna College of Art and Design's new exhibit "Unconventional Views -- New Concepts in Still Life Paintings" presents a look at a unique perspective of still life paintings through the eyes of four American artists. The exhibit curated by Koplin Gallery for the college opens today, showing the work of artists Steven Albert, David Ligare, Rebecca Morales and Ron Rizk, whose work breaks away from the stereotype of the old mores of that genre through different interpretations of contemporary life.
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January 12, 2009
Susi Q senior center opening Feb. 2 The seniors will move into their new Susi Q Senior Center on Third Street throughout January, and plan to be open for business Feb. 2, said spokesman Chris Quilter. All scheduled activities, including the Lunch Bunch meal program, will continue at Legion Hall through January. A grand opening will be at the Senior/Community Center on Third Street from noon to 3 p.m. Jan. 31. Quilter said that everything at the Susi Q will be new, except for some computer equipment.
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By Josh Aden | October 5, 2007
What do bluegrass, Latin, Celtic, and jazz have in common? It may not be much to some ears, but they are all inspiration to Darol Anger. That?s why, when his Republic of Strings band comes to Laguna Beach Oct. 13, they?ll put on a show that spans multiple musical genres and generations. Anger is a violin/fiddle virtuoso who blends string music styles from around the world into the music of the project. The Republic?s various instrumental citizens include cello, bass, guitar on top of Anger?
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By Barbara Diamond | January 29, 2009
Renowned cellist Lynn Harrell struck a chord with Laguna Beach seniors Jan. 23 as they bade farewell to the veterans memorial building. Harrell’s appearance under the auspices of Laguna Beach Live! marked the end of an era for local seniors, who will be moving their activities from Legion Hall, as the building is known familiarly, into new digs Saturday, but not without mixed emotions. “Without Legion Hall, we would not have the seniors’ organization,” said past President Pauline Walpin.
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By Ashley Breeding | January 13, 2009
The theme of 2009 is “Celebration of the Cello.” Laguna Beach Live and the Orange County Philharmonic Society will host their seventh annual Laguna Beach Musical Festival Jan. 18 to 25, featuring world-renowned cellist Lynn Harrell. “This year will include several educational events, master classes, a gourmet dinner [at Claes Restaurant], a special “Meet the Artists” salon and three concerts at the Laguna Beach Artists’ Theatre,” Laguna Beach Live President Cindy Prewitt said.
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