SOLD OUT!!! our 2018 Fall Fundraiser – MYSTIQUE – November 4, 6PM – 9PM

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You are invited to MYSTIQUE, an exciting evening of music, art, wine and food. Held on Sunday, November 4, 2018 from 6pm to 9pm at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA, the evening will feature the exhilarating group, “Café Musique”, and enable guests to enjoy the museum exhibits.

Café Musique ignites their audiences with a kaleidoscope of musical genres creating a unique blend that includes gypsy, swing, tango, folk and their self-defined genre, “wild classical.” From the central coast of California, the six members eat, sleep and breathe music and come from widely varying backgrounds. Having performed around the world on the stages of world-class music festivals, Café Musique has made thousands of fans of their powerful, emotive and beautiful sound.

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Guests will also have the opportunity to explore the engaging modern and contemporary Latin American art exhibits during the first hour of the event. It is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino Art.

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

6:00 pm     Exhibits, Gourmet Tastings  &  Wines, Desserts  &  Coffee

7:15 pm     Concert

 

MYSTIQUE TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT!

Thank you for your support.  We hope to welcome you to another event next year.

 

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

Kinecta Federal Credit Union

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LA BioMed – Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute

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All proceeds support the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its youth music education. For additional information contact Lu Takeuchi at lutakeuchi@msn.com or  Jann Feldman at jannf@aol.com.

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Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) | 628 Alamitos Avenue | Long Beach, CA 90802

Peninsula Committee Los Angeles Philharmonic (PCLAP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation in its 66th year working to support the Los Angeles Philharmonic, music appreciation and youth music education.

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Save the Date for our 2018 Fall Fundraiser, “MYSTIQUE” – Sunday, November 4th, 6pm to 9pm

Taking place at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, it will be an extraordinary night of music, fine wine, gourmet tastings and desserts from TGIS and, of course, fabulous friends with whom to share the experience.

As always, music is at the heart of our events and this Fall Fundraiser will be no exception. “Café Musique” – featuring Brynn Albanese and Duane Inglish – are known to ignite their audiences with their unique musical blend, ranging from tango to wild classical pieces.

Put the date on your calendar! Tickets are $135 and will go on sale in mid-September.

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Stormstock II: A Woodstock Revival

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A MUSICAL REVIVAL OF WOODSTOCK

Saturday, July 14th, 2018 – 6pm to 11pm

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The Peninsula Committee Los Angeles Philharmonic is delighted to announce Stormstock II – a musical tribute to Woodstock – to be held at a private home in Rolling Hills as a fundraiser for the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Featuring the ever-popular Andy & Renee with Hard Rain, please join us for a magical evening under the stars, combining fabulous food, wine, beer, and dessert with a great concert. Wear your tie-dyed T-shirts or hippie chic attire, come with a group of friends, and take your picture at the selfie-station!

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Ticket information

  • Individual – $90 per person (bring your own beach chair/blanket)
  • Individual VIP – $150 per person (you will receive table seating)
  • Gold – $600 (you will receive 2 tickets for VIP reserved table seating)
  • Platinum – $1200 (you will receive 4 tickets for VIP reserved table seating)

We welcome guests 21 years of age and older.
Please check in at the entrance to obtain your wristband for admittance.

TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED. 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

 

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Andy Hill and Renée Safier  with Hard Rain have been voted “Best of the Beach” by Easy Reader, and have a lively local following.  Their performances – more than 200 a year – are as much social gatherings as musical events. Andy & Renee, as a duo, and along with their band, Hard Rain, have taken their unique sound to venues all over the world.

They have won numerous awards with their 15 CDs, including “Best of the Beach” for several years running. On May 6th, the group hosted their 28th annual “DylanFest”, a Bob Dylan inspired music festival attended by hundreds of fans and featuring over 50 of L.A.’s top musicians. For more information, visit www.andyandrenee.com.

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to benefit the Los Angeles Philharmonic

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Sponsorships Available!  Please join us as a Platinum or Gold Sponsor for special VIP Reserved Seating, and recognition at the event and on our website.

Checks may be sent to:  Stormstock II c/o PCLAP, P. O. Box 2122, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274.  Please include the names of all guests with your order. The event address will be provided with your ticket confirmation.

Thank you! Your generosity supports our work for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and fostering music education and appreciation in our local communities.

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The Peninsula Committee Los Angeles Philharmonic
is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation — ID #23-7169837

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The Grand Salon – an enchanting evening featuring LA Phil violinist, Kristine Whitson

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We are proud to present our annual ‘jewel in the crown’ – the Grand Salon – to be held Sunday, June 3, 2018 from 5 to 8 PM

This elegant event will be held at a spectacular oceanfront estate on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Fine wines and delectable food tastings from selected South Bay gourmet restaurants will be offered prior to a world-class musical performance.

SILENT AUCTION

Our annual Grand Salon is celebrated not only for superior music, wine, food, and conviviality, but also as an opportunity to bid on unique Silent Auction prizes. All proceeds benefit youth music education programs in the South Bay.

This year’s activities and prizes range from:

  • exotic member-catered meals will transport you from the best of southern California cuisine – with chimes! –  to the regions of Italy, or on safari in Africa
  • enlightening outings include the Irvine Museum collection of California Impressionists, a tour of Homeboy Industries, or a world-premiere King Tut exhibition at the California Science Center
  • join a party with a difference, whether Paint and Pinot, Birding and Photography, or the ever-popular Oktoberfest
  • get away on a break to Cathedral City, the Central Coast, Paso Robles – both with wine tastings! – or perhaps you fancy the west coast of Ireland
  • entertainment packages include Hello Dolly!, Tennessee Williams, and tickets to the Ahmanson, Glendale Center Theater or the Hollywood Bowl
  • and the list continues with golfing packages, spa packages, unique take-home pieces including freshwater pearls, a Philippi bowl, an Artiphon instrument (look it up!) and iconic Hollywood Bowl posters

In addition, we will be holding a LIVE AUCTION immediately prior to the musical performance, for two nights in a two-bedroom Oceanside Casita at Terranea.

OUR FEATURED ARTISTS

Kristine Whitson, violinist, began violin and piano lessons at age four. She studied at the Menuhin Academy in Switzerland, Indiana University, Kneisel Hall in Maine, and at Music Academy of the West. Kristine has a Bachelor’s Degree in Performance from the New England Conservatory. She joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic is November 1990, and has also performed in its Green Umbrella and Chamber Music Series.

Kristine will be supported by Dale Hikawa Silverman, violist, and Junko Ueno Garrett, pianist.

Dale graduated from Roosevelt University in Chicago in 1973 with a degree in violin performance. After two years with the St. Louis Symphony, she joined the Los Angeles Philharmoic. Despite her love of violin, she soon decided to switch to viola and became associate principal.

Junko trained in piano at Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo and later studied at Rice University. During the 2017-2018 season, she will perform in Hong Kong and numerous Los Angeles area venues, including with the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Chamber Music Series.

LIMITED SEATING

Reservations are limited and tickets are selling fast! Please purchase your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are $175 per person. Our Benefactor level $1000 contribution includes two reserved seats and acknowledgment in the program.

For further information, please call 310-375-3895 or email pclaphil@gmail.com.

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2018 Music in the Garden

 

The Peninsula Committee’s Music in the Garden is less than two months away. Mark your calendar for Sunday, March 4, 2018, 12:00-4:30 PM. Once again the South Coast Botanic Garden will be the venue for a wonderful afternoon of entertainment provided by young musicians from the Peninsula and South Bay schools. This will be held during the Garden’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival so come listen to the music and enjoy the beauty of the Cherry Trees!  Purchase your tickets now.

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Buy Your Tickets 🚀 2017 Fall Fundraiser

 

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November 5, 2017

California Science Center
Samuel Oschin Pavilion
featuring the Space Shuttle Endeavour
Gourmet Tastings* 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Concert 8:00 to 9:00 pm
Dessert and Coffee 9:00 to 10:00
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*Gourmet Tastings, included in admission price, consist of a delicious array of gourmet hors d’oeuvres, fine wines, beer and soft drinks.

 

Parking at the California Science Center is $15 paid in cash.  Click here for directions.

For more information about the event, contact lutakeuchi@msn.com or jannf@aol.com

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Performing under the wings of the Space Shuttle Endeavor will be Grammy-nominated pianist, composer and conductor, David Benoit conducting the Asia America Youth Symphony.  The performance will feature Benoit’s recently completed original composition, Journey of the Endeavour, which will accompany the NASA footage of the space shuttle’s journey to its permanent home in Los Angeles, and other musical selections.

 

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🚀 California Science Center Foundation Sponsors 🚀

Mr. and Mrs. Allan Frew

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🚀 Cosmos Sponsors 🚀

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🚀 Media Sponsor 🚀

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All proceeds support the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its youth music education.
PCLAP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
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Stormstock: Oh Happy Day*

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Andy Hill & Renee Safier and the Hard Rain Band

During a time of social unrest, there was Woodstock 1969. Great minds of the music world met and shaped the future of American culture. This timeless music, 48 years later, still makes us cut loose and dance. July 15, 2017 was a gorgeous evening on the Peninsula—the perfect time and place to recreate that era with a picnic on the lawn and the music of Andy & Renee and the Hard Rain Band.

*Who sang Oh Happy Day at Woodstock?
**Who played The Star Spangled Banner?
Scroll to the bottom for the answer.

Thank you to Claudia and Tom Grzywacz for creating the vision for Stormstock as a way to bring music lovers together to share the fun, drink the elixir of youth, and benefit the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

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Claudia and Tom Grzywacz

Let the pictures tell the story.

Special thanks to our generous sponsors.

Platinum
Beth Burns, Zone 24 Landscaping, Inc.
The Geraghty Family
Claudia and Tom Grzywacz
Kinecta Federal Credit Union
Malaga Bank
Bill Whittlesey

Gold
Ginny Bleier
Marian Hall and David Jones
Elizabeth Storm McGovern
Debra Schinnerer, D&S Insurance Services

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Chip and Pat Zelt, Dave and Deb Schinnerer

Beth Burns

Beth Burns and Dominique Claussens

Malaga Bank

Friends from Malaga Bank—Randy Bowers, Sacha Ohara, Sylvia Alvarado, Maureen Bray

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Marian Hall and David Jones

Thanks to our guests and volunteers.

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Jann Feldman

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Donna and Ray Day, with Denny Lawrence, Alli Tsukimura, and Meredith Carter

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Cheryl Graue, Marge Schmit (foreground), Ginny Bleier, Marian Duntley (left background)

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Dottie and Allen Lay, Sheri and Lynn Gill

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Vivien Murtha, Sharon Guthrie, Paula DiFiore

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David and Kei Benoit

Young bartenders

Catie Aspel, Jarrett Geraghty, Kyleigh Geraghty—world’s best bartenders

Thanks to the unstoppable Stormstock Committee.
Claudia Grzywacz (Chair), Marian Hall (PCLAP President), Jane Beseda, Donna Day, Deborah Deutsch, Marian Duntley, Ginny Erxleben, Jann Feldman, Pam Geraghty, Cheryl Graue, Lisa Harquail-Sierveld, Debby McDonald, Lu Takeuchi, Pat Zelt

Above all, thanks to our audience!

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You!

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Unbridled Joy—Ginny Erxleben

*Q. Who sang Oh Happy Day at Woodstock?
A. Joan Baez
**Q. Who played The Star Spangled Banner?
A. Jimi Hendrix