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Classical Pick of the Week: Sundays Still a-Live at the LACMA

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On December 22nd, 1808, Beethoven held a concert in Vienna, premiering three works. You might have heard of all of them; the concert featured the Fifth and Sixth symphonies, along with his Piano Concerto No. 4. To celebrate, here is the first movement of the fifth symphony, conducted by Arturo Toscanini.

LAist covered most of the Christmas related events here, and if you're looking for any classical music related gifts, you can check this out. If Christmas music is not your thing, then how about some chamber music at the LACMA? Like every Sunday (well, almost), the LACMA hosts free concerts tonight and next Sunday from 6-7 PM. This week features the Schumann Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, and Mahler's Quartettsatz. Next week features duets by Schubert, Prokofiev, and Silvestrov. More information can be found here.

Sundays Live at the LACMA | December 21st and 28th @ 6 PM