MORE LUSCIOUS NOISE! New Year, New show.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 10:18

San Diego, CA (January 11, 2010) — Last November, Luscious Noise – the new
multi-media production based on making live classical music more accessible to
general audiences, made its popular debut at the avant garde Anthology supper club
in Little Italy.

This January, Luscious Noise will delve into the realm of fantasy. Featured artists
will include members of the San Diego Symphony and launching their national
Sounding Off tour, cellist Johannes Moser and toy pianist Phyllis Chen.
Luscious Noise Producer/Conductor John Stubbs encourages audiences to come as
they would to a night club – to eat, drink, and mingle while they watch an
extraordinary show. All ages are welcome.

Music selections will include:
• “Air and Rigaudon” from the “Holberg Suite” by Grieg
• Bach’s “Brandenburg” No. 3
• Mozart’s “Divertimento” in F
• Tchaikovsky’s “Élégie: Larghetto elegiaco” from “Serenade” in C

Visual excerpts will include:
• Jean Cocteau’s 1946 classic “La Belle et La Bete”
• Ingmar Bergman’s “The Magic Flute”
• The Royal Ballet School’s “Peter and the Wolf”

Luscious Noise · January 17, 2010 at 7:30pm
Anthology · 1337 India Street · San Diego, CA 92101
Tickets $10 – $20 · Call 619.595.0300 or visit AnthologySD.com
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