Soprano Kathleen Roland and pianist Daniel Faltus in recital - The Globe Oct. 7 at 2pm
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The Los Angeles Shakespeare Company and
The Los Angeles Shakespeare Academy
SUNDAY SALON at TWO
Featuring Soprano Kathleen Roland and pianist Daniel Faltus
The Globe in Topanga 1909 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd. Topanga, CA 90290 Sunday, October 7, 2007
1 pm - complimentary glass of wine, hors d'oeuvres, desserts and coffee
2 pm - concert
Tickets: $45.00; students - $35
Call for reservations: 310 - 455 - 9400 or e-mail us at: SundaySalon@shakespeare-usa.com or visit our on-line order page www.shakespeare-usa.com
The dynamic duo of soprano Kathleen Roland and pianist Daniel Faltus will be performing at this new and exciting concert venue in Los Angeles. Together they will present a fantastic afternoon of American song, from those of Charles Ives and Samuel Barber to Kurt Weill and Ricky Ian Gordon.
Kathleen Roland, a recent Fulbright scholar in Scandinavia, has sung concerts of American music to enthusiastic audiences from Sweden to Santa Fe, and performed and recorded the music of some of America's most exciting composers, in Europe and the United States. Daniel Faltus has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Radio City Music Hall and Lincoln Center's New York City Opera, and is well known as both a witty and thoroughly entertaining raconteur and collaborative pianist. His credits from television, film and stage include playing opposite Faye Dunaway in the Tony award winning "Master Class", and work as music director, pianist and lecturer for the Los Angeles Opera.
Come enjoy a wonderful fall afternoon in unique Topanga Canyon- food, wine and song with two of LA's finest concert artists.
Directions to the Globe in Topanga
From Pacific Coast Highway, turn north on Topanga Canyon Blvd. Drive approximately 12 minutes up the canyon.
Look for the address 1909, on your left.
From the Ventura Freeway (101) take Topanga Canyon Blvd., south. Drive approximately 10 minutes into the canyon.
Look for the address, 1909, on your right.