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Classical Pick of the Week: A Tribute to Fleischmann

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Pierre Boulez talking about Sur Incises, which you can hear this Tuesday with Boulez himself conducting the LA Phil. The Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group is putting on a free concert on Tuesday at 8 PM at what is soon to be named the "Ernest Fleischmann Square". The naming of the square takes place at 1 PM at 1st and Grand, between the Disney Hall and the Music Center.

Esa-Pekka Salonen, Pierre Boulez, Anne Tomlinson, and Lionel Bringuier will conduct the LA Phil, the LA Children's Choir, and Daniel Chaney (tenor), Grant Gershon (tenor), Abdiel Gonzalez (baritone), and Reid Bruton (bass) in a program with Pierre Boulez' Sur Incises, a US premiere of a work by Salonen, Donatoni, and Stravinsky.

Complimentary tickets for this concert are available to LA Phil subscribers, by calling 323.850.2000. Complimentary tickets with a nominal processing fee are available to non-subscribers beginning February 26, by calling 323.850.2000.