Forget your usual L.A. concert spots, the folks at The Da Camera Society of Mount Saint Mary’s University aim to get you exploring (and listening to great music) at some of the city’s most intriguing historic buildings.
Case in point, this December 13 head over to the Bradbury Building for a special Christmas concert to be hosted inside the site’s gorgeous five-story atrium.
Spanish Brass Luur Metalls will perform arrangements of traditional carols and holiday favorites (Silent Night, Joy to the World, etc..) plus excerpts from Corelli’s Christmas Oratorio and Handel’s Messiah along with Vince Guaraldi’s A Charlie Brown Christmas
Sounds like the perfect way to get inspired for the holiday season!
Tickets for the concert are $65.
There are two performances scheduled on Sunday December 13, 2015. One at 2:00pm, the other at 4:30pm.
Keep in mind The Bradbury Building concert is just one of a slew of historic venue performances to be put on by The Da Camera Society over the coming months.
Sunday chamber music concerts are scheduled for the Mount Wilson Observatory, Doheny Mansion, Greystone Mansion, Wayfarer’s Chapel, and more.
Check the official website for the complete schedule and list of performers.