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"Freedom songs are the soul of the movement. These songs bind us together, give us courage together, and help us march together."
                             - Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Street Symphony is proud to host local, vibrant ensembles of distinguished musicians. Amongst them, the spectacular gypsy ensemble Trio Dinicu has performed numerous events at LA County Jails and at The Midnight Mission's "Music with a Mission". On April 10, Trio Dinicu will perform a benefit event for Street Symphony at Soka University's gorgeous Performing Arts Center. 





















Trio Dinicu's Tommy Davy and Luanne Homzy perform for Street Symphony at the Midnight Mission on March 26, 2015
 
Hailed as “dazzling” by the San Francisco Gate, Trio Dinicu combines the forces of three world-class musicians: Luanne Homzy, a lightning-fast violinist with touching expressivity; Tommy Davy, a virtuoso guitarist with gypsy authenticity; and Frank Anastasio, a legendary Parisian bassist with deep soul. Trio Dinicu’s repertoire bridges the gaps of classical, jazz, gypsy and folk music, delivering the unique combination of their musical and human voices to people experiencing homelessness and incarceration through Street Symphony

Trio Dinicu performs "Hungarian Songs". Los Angeles, 2013. 

Welcome the Street Symphony Chamber Singers!


Inaugural performance of the Street Symphony Chamber Singers at the Midnight Mission on March 26, 2015. 

The Street Symphony Chamber Singers consists of an ensemble of world-class musicians from the Los Angeles Master Chorale, lead by mezzo-soprano, Amy Fogerson. Many thanks to Tamara Bevard, Ayana Haviv, Kristen Toedtman, Leslie Inman,Michael Lichtenauer, Daniel Chaney, Matthew Brown, Edward Levy, Scott Graff, and Scott Lehmkuhl for their performance at Midnight Mission last week!
The Chamber Singers are dedicated to sharing their passionate voices with the same deeply underserved audiences served by Street Symphony. We are delighted to welcome them to the team, and look forward to many upcoming musical collaborations! Stay tuned for more!


Los Angeles Philharmonic Violinist Mitchell Newman joins Street Symphony Board 


Mitchell Newman performs solo with composer and conductor Russell Steinberg

We are delighted to welcome a truly inspiring visionary to the Street Symphony Board of Directors: Mitchell Newman is a native of Los Angeles and joined the first violin section of the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1987. He is an active and dedicated chamber musician and recitalist, and each year he produces and plays a fundraising chamber music concert for Mental Health America Long Beach. In 2012, he was recognized as a Mental Health Hero by the California State Senate. He also travels to Ensenada, Mexico to work with the students of the Benning Academy, a program that provides instruments and lessons to children of all economic backgrounds. Newman is President of the Board of the Los Angeles Youth Orchestra. Welcome, Mitch!

We need your support. Street Symphony was recently awarded a grant of $2500 by the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills. We are very grateful for their trust. We are empowered by organizations and people who understand the power of music to heal. Contribute today with a tax-deductible donation. 

 

    
  


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