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We're pleased to announce our new season that began with our participation in the World Festival of Sacred Music, presenting Kitka Woman's Vocal Ensemble:

Saturday, December 3, 7:30pm to 8:30pm: David Brock on the King of Instruments
Touring organist David Brock will make a stop in Venice after a performance at the Cathedral of our Lady of the Angels to ring in the holiday season with a delightful hour of music performed on our state-of-the-art pipe organ. The program will include organ chorales by J.S. Bach, Dale Wood and Marcel Dupré; Concerto for Organ Op. 4 #3 in g minor by G.F. Handel, Chant de Paix by Jean Langlais, and Pachelbel's Choral Trio and Fugue on Vom Himmel Hoch.

Saturday, February 25, 7:30 pm: Award winning violinist Danielle Belen
Ms. Belen will be joined by cellist Abe Feder for a Kodaly sonata, followed by a Strauss sonata for violin and piano.

Friday, April 27, 2012, 7:30 pm: A brass quintet from the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic - James Wilt, trumpet; Christopher Still, trumpet; Eric Overholt, horn; James Miller, trombone; and Norman Pearson, tuba - will perform.

Paul DUKASFanfare from La Péri
Johann Sebastian BACHContrapunctus I
Samuel SCHEIDTCanzona Bergamasca
Isaac ALBÉNIZTango
Morley CALVERTSuite from the Monteregian Hills
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

Make a Donation to Masters in the Chapel

Masters in the Chapel concerts are offered free of charge thanks to your donations and funding from the Venice Neighborhood Council's Community Enrichment Program. THANK YOU for helping us give this gift of music to the Venice community.

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First Lutheran Church of Venice building Location and Parking
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First Lutheran Church of Venice is located at 815 Venice Blvd., four blocks west of Lincoln. On-site parking is available. Clear Dot Image Map

    Barbara Schwan
    Director, Masters in the Chapel
    Email: bdschwan@gmail.com
Church office: (310) 821-2740