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Classical Pick of the Week: Noonday Organ Concerts

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The First Congregational Church of Los Angeles in Downtown still has free organ concerts every Thursday noon until July 30th. You can bring your lunch and eat it in the Forecourt before/after the concerts, which last around 50 minutes. Just enough time for a relaxing lunch break.

You can also catch Cal Phil's Andrew Lloyd Webber meets Pucciniconcert next Sunday at the Disney Hall at 2 PM (the performance at the Arboretum takes place on the 9th).