Beverly Hills News
BEVERLY HILLS—Known for its beautiful interior and exterior designs and infamous events that have established it a household name for tourism, the Greystone Mansion presents “Music in the Mansion” as its latest event.
Taking place every Sunday now till June, the public is invited to attend concerts at this historic mansion starting at 2 p.m. Not only do residents or tourists have the opportunity of attending a performance, but also have the chance to meet face-to-face with the artist as well as tour the first floor of the iconic mansion.
“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,” reads the official statement on the city website. “Since 1994, under Artistic Director Laura Schmieder, Music in the Mansion has presented concerts featuring selected prize-winning international and local artists.”
Performing this month will be soprano expert Karen Hogle Brown, who is best known in the Los Angeles area for playing with numerous orchestras, and bass baritone Scott Graff, who performs with the Los Angeles Master Chorale.
The upcoming months will feature more local and acclaimed artists such as violinist Iryna Krechkovsky, pianist Kevin Kwan Loucks and the chamber musician group Ceora Wind.
Tickets are being sold at $20 per person and can be purchased at www.beverlyhills.org/BHRegOnline or at the door if space is available. For additional information, visit www.beverlyhills.org or call (310) 285-6850 or (310) 285-6830.
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