Chamber Music Los Angeles
Musica Angelica is a member of Chamber Music LA (CMLA), a new chamber music consortium of eight distinguished organizations. Our mission is to create a thriving community of players and listeners to increase awareness and activity of chamber music through collaboration. We encourage you to visit the CMLA website to get informed of chamber music offerings in Los Angeles County and to learn about the organizations that make up the music consortium. Each one’s programs are worthy of your consideration.
Click here to see upcoming performances in Los Angeles from our fellow Chamber Music partners.
Drawing the finest chamber artists from around the world, Camerata Pacifica explores the breadth of the chamber music genre in live, dynamic performances presented for a live, dynamic 21st century audience. Click here to learn more.
Colburn Chamber Orchestra
A roster of all-star guests and artist faculty join Colburn students in this series of intimate concerts at Zipper Hall. Click here to learn more.
Da Camera Society
Our Neighborhood Festivals give a chance to enjoy a holiday here at home — this season, we showcase the Historic Adams District with a concert by Bach Collegium San Diego at St. John's Episcopal Cathedral as its centerpiece, and Rancho La Puente's Historic Workman Temple Homestead with DC8 Trio's performance in the Homestead's Main Salon as its focal point. Click here to learn more.
Jacaranda Music produces a series of classical music adventures designed to awaken curiosity and discovery. Jacaranda is based in Santa Monica since 2003. Click here to learn more.
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, known to Angelenos as LACO, is a preeminent interpreter of historical masterworks as well as a champion of contemporary composers. Click here to learn more.
Pittance Chamber Music
Pittance was created in 2013 by Artistic Director Lisa Sutton, who is the Assistant Concertmaster of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra. The original idea behind Pittance was to raise up the extraordinary yet invisible musicians of the LA Opera Orchestra from the pit to the stage to perform in small ensembles (hence the name Pittance). Click here to learn more.
With a repertoire spanning five centuries, Salastina is leading an ever more beautiful and inclusive context for the art of chamber music by integrating the music of the past and present in socially, artistically, and intellectually responsible ways. Click here to learn more.