Speaker – Terry Tegnazian – appearing as both a member of WVRC and as President of the LA Music Salon https://www.lamusicalsalon.org/. (Terry is the wife of member Scott Whittle). She started by showing us “Second Saturdays @ Westwood Library”; Music in the Westwood branch of the LAPL. This included a short video of eight cellists and others at the library playing classical music. Terry brings some of the best cultural events available to us online and in person in Westwood.
The video included the LA Police Band, a concert attended by as many as 150 people at the library.
All of these concerts are free, mostly professional musicians and graduate students.
Terry also talked about all of the gifted musicians she is in touch with and the various classical music organizations around the Los Angeles area.
Javier Prado won the Beverly Hills audition and is part of Terry’s June program.
Terry is a big advocate of her musicians “speaking to the audience”, so there is some interchange and it’s a better bond between the audience and the musicians.
Terry’s love of classical music came from her first year at Yale Law School, where she walked to class which went by the music school. She went to a classical music concert and fell in love and has been self taught ever since.
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Our next two meetings, April 6th and 13th will be in-person at 1389 Westwood Blvd, the Persian Gulf Restaurant. Parking will be challenging, so be sure to allow sufficient time or, carpool!!!!