Music in the Mansion

music in the mansion . extraordinary classical music concerts at greystone

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.  


Ticket Cost: $20
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Information: (310) 285-6850 or (310) 285-6830.

Tickets will be available at the door if space is available. 

Sunday, May 12, 2013
(Course #19725)
Iryna Krechkovsky, violin & Kevin Kwan Loucks, piano

The Krechkovsky/Loucks Duo has performed throughout the world at the Montreal Chamber Music Festival in Canada, The Great Hall at Town Hall Seattle, the Stony Brook Faculty Recital Series in New York, and at the Moulin d’Andé in France. Recent performance projects of this husband-and-wife duo include an artist residency at The Banff Centre in Canada, recording for Parma Recordings in Boston, and solo concerto performances with the UC Irvine Symphony Orchestra, as Artists-In-Residence at UC Irvine. 



Sunday, June 16, 2013 (Course #19726)
Ceora Winds - Michelle Mastumune, flute; Heather Millette, clarinet; Christin webb, bassoon

The members of Ceora Winds have played chamber music together for 10 years, performing throughout Southern California and across the country.  Its members hold advanced degrees from leading schools including Oberlin and Peabody Conservatories, Cleveland Institute  of Music, Indiana University, and California Institute of the Arts.  Equally adept at classical standards, jazz arrangements, and everything in between, Ceora Winds brings joy of true chamber music to the Los Angeles community.


Wednesday, July 24 - iPalpiti

Acclaimed for its “beauteous string playing”, “lustrous, polished tone,” and “vocal quality”, iPalpiti artists return to Los Angeles for its 16th 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 $30/ticket. For full iPalpiti Festival schedule & ticket information click here or call 310.205.0511.