Music in the Mansion
Music in the Mansion
The City of Beverly Hills prides itself in bringing its residents, visitors and patrons of the arts the finest in solo and chamber music performances. Since 1994, under Artistic Director Laura Schmieder, Music in the Mansion has presented concerts featuring selected prize-winning international and local artists. From January through June, monthly Sunday concerts are followed by meet-the-artists receptions and a tour of the first floor of the Greystone Mansion.
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Acclaimed for its “beauteous string playing”, “lustrous, polished tone,” and “vocal quality”, iPalpiti artists return to Los Angeles for its 21st annual Festival. iPalpiti [ee-PAHL-pit-ee is Italian for “heartbeat”] is a consortium of prize-winning musicians from around the globe. The Los Angeles Times called the Festival’s performances “take-your-breath-away demonstrations of musicianship and technique.”
The special price for this concert only is $40/ticket. For full iPalpiti Festival schedule & ticket information click here or call 310.205.0511.
Beverly Hills National Auditions
Saturday, April 21, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm
Auditions Location: City of Beverly Hills, Roxbury Community Center
471 Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Winners receive performance engagements and recognition in up to three concert series: Music by the Sea (City of Encinitas on Friday evenings), The Interludes (Torrance on Saturday afternoons), and Music in the Mansion (City of Beverly Hills’ Greystone Mansion on Sunday afternoons), as well as consideration on Sundays Live! At LACMA, Laguna Beach Live! and more than 50 other Southland concert series through the Consortium of Southern California Chamber Music Presenters.
Each selected artist(s) receives an honorarium, with the event publicized online and in local newspapers. Auditions are open to instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists, and chamber ensembles.
Now in its 25th Season, designated a “Best Bet” by the Los Angeles Times and a “Pick of the Week” by L.A. Weekly, "the series is a much sought opportunity for performers....The talent level is extremely high." — Los Angeles Times.
Video: Cristinia Montes Mateo, Sunday, January 21, 2018