Now in its 31st season, Musica Angelica is firmly established as Southern California’s preeminent historical performance ensemble, being described as “Southern California’s most important early music ensemble” by the LA Times.
Led by Music Director and world-renowned organist, Martin Haselböck, the ensemble has toured internationally to widespread acclaim.
Originally from South Korea, violinist Yu Eun Kim studied at USC with Midori Goto. She has performed with American Bach Soloists, Boulder Bach Festival, and Blue Hill Bach (Maine). Last year, she was a recipient of the ABS Jeffrey Thomas Award. YuEun is a core member of Delirium Musicum, a self-conducted chamber orchestra based in Los Angeles.
Thank you to Alexa Haynes-Pilon, principal cello, for performing beautifully at our inaugural Community Concert at the Miller Room in the Billie Jean King Main Library.
The next Community Concerts of this season are:
Saturday, January 20, 2024 – Los Altos Neighborhood Library at 11:00AM
Saturday, February 24, 2024 – Dana Neighborhood Library at 10:30AM
Saturday, April 13, 2024 – Michelle Obama Library at 11:00AM
Southern California's most important early music ensemble.
LA TimesMartin Haselböck, Music Director
On behalf of all of us at Musica Angelica, we would like to thank the Colburn Foundation, the Long Beach Arts Council, The Port of Long Beach, the Los Angeles Department of Arts and Culture and the RuMBa Foundation for their support.