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Great Music at St. James

🎻 🎶 Los Angeles Great Music in March

Published about 2 months ago • 1 min read

In a city marked by constant motion, our concerts offer a unique sanctuary—a place to escape, reflect, and experience the cathartic magic of classical music. Your seat is waiting, and all events are FREE.
Explore the full schedule and more at GreatMusicLA.org.


This Month

March 3, 6:00pm
Classical Sundays at Six
Emerging Artists Series
The Colburn Sinfonietta
Maxim Eshkenazy, conductor

Vivaldi: Concerto in A minor for two violins and string orchestra

featuring Colburn faculty soloists:

Henry Gronnier and Moni Simeonov

Beethoven: Symphony No. 3, “Eroica”


March 10, 4:15pm
Solemn Evensong
The Choir of St. James
James Buonemani, conductor

Scott Perkins: Responses (world premiere)
Ēriks Ešenvalds: Merton Canticles
Herbert Howells: Like as the hart
Cristóbal de Morales: Salve Regina

March 17, 6:00pm
Classical Sundays at Six
International Laureates Organ Series
Nicole Keller, organist

J.S. Bach: Toccata in F Major, BWV 540
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck: Mein junges leben hat ein end’, SWV 324

César Franck: Choral No. 3 in A Minor

George Shearing: Three Hymntunes

Florence Price: An American Suite

March 24, 6:00pm
Classical Sundays at Six
ICantori of Walla Walla University
Kraig Scott, conductor

Margaret Burk: Responses
Gabriel Jackson: Truro Canticles

David Briggs: I will lift mine eyes to the Lord
James Buonemani: My Love


Free Parking available across from the front of church at 3926 Wilshire Blvd.

DIRECTIONS FOR FREE PARKING:

IF DRIVING NORTH ON ST. ANDREWS AWAY FROM WILSHIRE: Turn left on 6th street; Turn left on Wilton Pl; Turn left on Wilshire; When arriving at 3926 Wilshire Blvd, turn into driveway and gate will automatically open. Park anywhere. This is the front entrance labeled “Neighborhood Housing Services of Los Angeles.”

IF DRIVING SOUTH ON ST. ANDREWS TOWARD WILSHIRE: Turn left on Wilshire, then an immediate right onto St. Andrew’s Place; Turn right on Ingraham; Turn right on S. Wilton Pl.; then turn right on Wilshire Blvd. When arriving at 3926 Wilshire Blvd, turn into driveway and gate will automatically open. Park anywhere.This is the front entrance labeled “Neighborhood Housing Services of Los Angeles.”

Please remove your car from the lot no later than 30 minutes following the end of the event. Otherwise, you will be locked in.

Thank YOU!

We are grateful to the Ahmanson Foundation, The Colburn Foundation, and the support of our Friends of Great Music at Saint James. If you are not already a friend, please consider becoming one. Together we can once again experience the inspirational journey of live music-making in the beautiful acoustics of St. James Church!

Donors of $25 or more will have their names included in our printed programs unless otherwise requested. Visit us online at to make your tax-deductible gift. Thank you!

3903 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010
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