Brinton Smith Events

Lincoln Center: L.A. STORY

When: Saturday January 6th 2018
Time: 2:30 PM
Where: Bruno Walter Auditorium, 111 Amsterdam Ave, New York NY 10023

Forced from their homelands by war and persecution, a generation of Europe’s most noteworthy and imaginative composers found a new home in Los Angeles, California. America Idealism, Hollywood glamour, and sunshine fueled a new era of creativity as the one time 'cultural desert' suddenly became host to one of the greatest collections of musical talent in the world.


Leopold Godowsky (Heifetz) (LA 1916-'19) - Alt Wien (Triakontameron No.11)

Sergei Rachmaninoff (Smith) (LA '42-'43) - Serenade Op.3, No. 5

Igor Stravinsky (Dushkin) (LA '40-'69) - Berceuse

Arnold Schoenberg (LA '35-'51) - Saget mir auf welchem Pfade op. 15, No.5

Joseph Achron (LA '34-'43) - Stimmung ор.31 №1

Ernst Toch (LA '35-'64) - Three Impromptus for Cello Solo, Op. 90C

Alexandre Tansman (LA '41-'45) - Recueil de Mazurkas (a Albert Roussel): No. 2.

Louis Gruenberg (LA '37-'64) - Jazzettes

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (LA '39-'68) -I Nottambuli, Op. 47

-- intermission --

Miklós Rózsa (LA '40-'95) - Toccata capricciosa, Op.36

Erich Wolfgang Korngold (LA '38-'57) - Four Pieces from Much Ado About Nothing, Op.11

Franz Waxman (LA '35-'67) - Carmen Fantasy

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