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Win Tix to the LA Chamber Orchestra's Next Concert

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Guest Violinist Cho-Liang Lin and principal flautist David Shostac | Photos by Richard Corman (left) and Michael Miller (right)
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The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra continues their exciting concert season next week Saturday (tickets) and Sunday (tickets) with a wide ranging concert featuring Joseph Haydn, Bizet and a Tango work by the Grammy award winning film composer who wrote the original Mission: Impossible TV score. And like last time, we're giving away two pairs of tickets to the Saturday night concert at the Alex Theatre in Glendale. Guest Violinist Cho-Liang Lin will play on the U.S. premiere of Tangos Concertantes by composer Lalo Schifrin, who was also was nominated in the Academy Awards for movies Cool Hand Luke and The Competition. Also, the Orchestra's principal flautist David Shostac will play on the world premiere of his own Carmen Fantasy, which incorporates his own compositions with Bizet and Borne.

Enter to win a pair of tickets by commenting on this post, telling us your favorite instrument found in the orchestra. Whether that be one of the usual suspects like cellos and violins or the rarer and eccentric like the contrabassoon and triangle, you've got lots of choices. More details on entering the contest are below.