• Los Angeles Master Chorale: Messiah Sing-Along: Wednesday, December 16, 2015 - 8:00pm
  • George Frideric Handel | Messiah

    The annual Messiah Sing-Along packs the house every year! With orchestra on stage, Artistic Director Grant Gershon will conduct you and 2,199 other singers in this joyful performance. Bring your own score or buy one in the lobby and join the chorus. Hallelujah!

  • Los Angeles Master Chorale: Rejoice! Brass Tidings: Sunday, December 13, 2015 - 7:00pm
  • John Rutter | Gloria
    Shawn Kirchner | Behold New Joy: Ancient Carols of Christmas
    Daniel Pinkham | Christmas Cantata
    Giovanni Gabrieli | Christmas Motets
    With carols and songs of the season

    Director, Digital Initiatives



    Director, Digital Initiatives


    The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association is one of the largest performing arts organizations in the U.S. with approximately $115 million operating budget, presenting more than 250 performances each year across all genres of music at two of Los Angeles’ iconic venues, Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl.


    Ethan Treiman is a junior at Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences in Santa Monica, California. He is looking forward to beginning his two year fellowship with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Composer Fellowship Program in fall, 2015. At Crossroads, he has taken courses in music theory taught by Mary Ann Cummins and Richard Grayson. Additionally, he studies voice with Vida Simon and classical piano with Nathanael Pangrazio. Ethan is interested in musical theater and drama and has acted in several theater shows at Crossroads.

    Luca Mendoza (16) is a rising junior at Crossroads School in Los Angeles. In 2015, he received an LA Music Center Spotlight Award for piano performance and a Downbeat Student Music Award for his composition TITLE, INSTRUMENTATION?. He is also a 2015 National Young Arts Foundation Winner, participating in a week long seminar of music, dance, and other arts disciplines. For the past five years, Luca has also participated in Colburn Musical Encounters, which foster music education throughout Los Angeles inner city schools.

    Robby Good is a 15 year old sophomore at Hart High School in Santa Clarita. Robby started his musical journey at age 6 with piano lessons, and is currently studying piano with Richard Parizer. He started playing percussion at age 9 and is currently being instructed by Matt Cook. At 12 years of age, Robby started taking composition, percussion, and ensemble classes at California Institute of the Arts through their Saturday CAP Program. Robby’s first original percussion composition made its debut at the Cal Arts Spring Concert in 2014.

    Benjamin T. Champion (15) is a sophomore, studying composition and piano at Idyllwild International Arts Academy in Idyllwild, CA. Ben began his piano composition studies in 2011 with his parents, Chris and Sandy Champion. He has also studied piano with Dr. John Walker from SDSU and composition with Kevin Michael Sullivan at Idyllwild. Ben currently studies composition with Mark Carlson of UCLA, and piano with Dr. Jeanette Louise Yaryan, and Parvati Mani at Idyllwild. Under Dr.