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LA Chamber Orchestra Freshens Up

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The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra just launched their new website. Classical music has went and gotten a makeover of black and white dashed with red, behind-the-music blogs posts the obligatory MySpace music profile and "LACO Pulse, the orchestra's network for the young and culturally savvy" (get together, drink, play pool, talk music).

Shows to look out for this season at LACO are Musaic at the Jazz Bakery in May, Baroque Conversations 1 (we love Telemann!) and Virtuoso Turns that gives a mix of West Coast "rebel" composer John Adams with Mozart, Beethoven and Brittten.

"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." ~ Aldous Huxley