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Classical Pick of the Week: More Freebies, Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

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Frederica von Stade as Cherubino singing "Non so più cosa son, cosa faccio" from Mozart's opera the Marriage of Figaro. This week, the LA Phil is taking the show on the road, to the Wilshire United Methodist Church near the Greater Wilshire/Hancock Park area. The program will include some selections from the Marriage of Figaro (including the overture) and the Mendelssohn Symphony no. 4 (the "Italian"). The concert takes places this Wednesday at 7:30 PM. Reservations are available but limited, and the doors will be open at 6:45 PM for ticket holders and 7:15 for walk-ins. For more information, click here.

On Friday at 12:15 PM, the Trinity Lutheran Church is hosting pianist Christopher Atzinger in a free concert and on Sunday, you can stop by the LACMA to listen to some piano music for four hands (read: two people). That concert starts at 6.

Also, if you enjoyed (or missed) the last show featuring Cage music in his friend Robert Rauschenberg's created environment, you can hear another concert on Saturday at 8 PM in Pasadena.