PARAMOUNT / LALO CONCERT / IRVINE PLAYERS / THROWBACK FRIDAY / EVENTS

9/8/17

I. PARAMOUNT COMMENT
II. LALO SCHIFRIN CONCERT OCTOBER 7TH AT THE ALEX
III. FOR YOUR STUDENTS
IV. THROWBACK FRIDAY TO 2008 WITH A MEMBER COMMENT
V. EVENTS

…Absolutely guaranteed anonymity – Former Musician’s Union officer

…The one voice of reason in a sea of insanity – Nashville ‘first call’
scoring musician
…Allows us to speak our minds without fear of reprisal – L.A. Symphonic musician

…Reporting issues the Musicians Union doesn’t dare to mention – National touring musician

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I. PARAMOUNT COMMENT

Guys,

I am trying to book a large stage on OCT 1st – FOX booked,
Warners booked – waiting to hear on SONY

the reason why I am sending this is because I wanted you
to see that PARAMOUNT is really going to close down for
good – even though it has been not REALLY open anyway
– I am forwarding this to the AFM guys  – sick of this s***
man

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II. LALO SCHIFRIN CONCERT OCTOBER 7TH AT THE ALEX

Here’s some info on an upcoming concert you might like.

COMPOSER CELEBRATION FOR LALO SCHIFRIN

ALEX THEATER, OCTOBER 7th, 2017

Hosted by Robert Townson
Conducted by Chris Walden

Tickets at: 818 243-ALAX(2539)
www.alextheatre.org.

VIP Reception, Silent Auction proceeds benefit the
professional musicians in crisis and music education
is Los Angeles.

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III. FOR YOUR STUDENTS

Irvine Classical Players – Seraphim Symphony

Dear Students, Parents and Teachers

The Irvine Classical Players – Seraphim Symphony
is encouraging young talented musicians to
Auditioning for our 2017-2018 Season and the
2018 Italy Concert Tour.

We are pleased to offer a $100 Early Bird to
all students applying by Saturday, September 11, 2017.

Irvine Classical Players – Seraphim Symphony
Audition Information
In order to audition we kindly ask students to complete
the attached Audition Form, include the $35 audition
fee and mail to:

Irvine Classical Players
P O Box 4950
Irvine, Ca 92616
Applications are accepted for the following instruments:
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Wood Winds and
Brass Instruments.

Audition:
For the audition we ask you to prepare a scale  and
a solo of your choice.

The Audition is held at:
Crean Lutheran High School
12500 Sand Canyon
Multipurpose Room 2nd Level
Irvine,

To learn more about our program please visit us at:
www.irvineclassicalplayers.com
Please foow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions;
please email us at: [email protected]
or call us at: 949.705.7539

Kindest Regards,

Irvine Classical Players

UPCOMING EVENTS
2018 ITALY CONCERT TOUR Cremona – Milan –
Venice –

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IV. THROWBACK FRIDAY TO 2008 WITH A MEMBER
COMMENT

This was sent to us by a member…

The audacity. Tom Lee blacklisting RMA members? What
about the blacklisting of Local 47  members? When you
send the link to AFL-CIO President John Sweeny, make
sure you tell him the whole truth and nothing but the truth,
like the link to resp Comm 47.

What? You think musicians should be held to a
higher standard? Great! Get rid of ***** ******** who
can’t even play the triangle.

Hey, the RMALA is talking about intimidation by the
AFM and Tom Lee! Any one here at 47 have any
stories like that?

Sorry for being so blunt. This afmwakeupcall blog
site is a joke. It’s scary too. They want to get rid of
us second class musicians, but make it okay for
tone-deaf lawyers to be an honorary member.

“The present lawsuits directed at the AFM are just
the tip of the iceberg – only a first strike.”

Aw, heck…here’s the whole thing…

http://tinyurl.com/yc6dnkpc

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V. EVENTS
DEAN AND RICHARD
are now at Culver City Elks the first 
Friday of 
every month.
7:30pm-10:30pm,
11160 Washington Pl.
Culver City, 90232
310-839-8891
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LA WINDS JAZZ KATS 584
NO COVER, NO MINIMUM.
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at
Viva Cantina
7:30-10:00.
900 Riverside Drive, 
Burbank.

Free parking across the street at Pickwick Bowl.
Come hear your favorite charts played the way
they 
should 
be. 

We are in the back room called
the Trailside Room. 


Come on down.

Guaranteed to swing.

http://www.responsible47.com

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9/6/17

Free Admission GLENDALE NOON CONCERTS

Wed SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 at 12:10-12:40 pm

ARIOSO DUO: Flutist Cynthia Ellis & Harpist Michelle Temple
play Elgar, Nielsen, Mouquet and Damase.
Thank you!

Jacqueline Suzuki
Curator, Glendale Noon Concerts
818-249-5108

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9/9/17

Kim Richmond, with the Mark Z. Stevens Trio, featuring Bill Cunliffe

Dear fellow L.A. Musicians,

I am definitely back…the summer saw me out of town quite a bit.
But I’m back in town, and back at the Desert Rose, one of my
favorite places to play jazz.

Please join me this Saturday, September 9. Bill Cunliffe,
one of my very favorite pianist, is heard mastering the
keyboard. Details below.

WHAT: Kim Richmond, with the Mark Z. Stevens Trio, featuring Bill Cunliffe

WHEN: Saturday, September 9, 7 – 11 (3 sets: 7, 8:30, 10PM)

WHERE: Desert Rose Restaurant, 1700 N. Hillhurst Avenue,
LOS FELIZ VILLAGE, Los Angeles, CA 90027

RESERVATIONS: not absolutely necessary but highly recommended
—to get seated in the inside part of the establishment where the
band is. (323) 666-1166

WHO: Kim Richmond, alto & soprano saxophones; Bill Cunliffe,
piano; Mark Z. Stevens, drums; Harvey Newmark, bass.
Possibly some guests sitting in.

FOOD: Excellent cuisine

PARKING: Valet parking available.

Hope to see you there.
All the best,x
KIM R
My website address is:
www.kimrichmond.com

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9/10/17

KELLAWAY/LANG at the Jazz Bakery

On Sun Sep 10 @ 7 PM, Roger Kellaway and I will be
performing a duo piano Jazz Bakery event at Zipper
Concert Hall, Colburn School of Music (details in the
links below…).

Roger and I have been dear friends and musical
compatriots for decades… and linked together on
so many of his projects. I’m very excited about
this unique evening Roger has designed…

It will be 2 pianos, bass and drums (with the
amazing talents of  Darek Oles and Peter Erskine!)

A jazz concert… with the centerpiece being a 30’
3-movement composition, “Many Moods of McCartney”
… with 10 songs of Paul’s, arranged and adapted by
Roger… (the occasion being the 50th Anniversary of
The Beatles… 😀 )

From my perspective, it’s a really unique, challenging
endeavor, and there will be individual moments for
us and other cool stuff…

Here are some links… and the Jazz Bakery website
offers an email “mailing list” to inform of all its events…

http://jazzbakery.org/events/roger-kellaway-mike-lang-many-moods-mccartney

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/jb/3062816

https://www.facebook.com/events/1876128792714573/

http://www.glendalenoonconcerts.blogspot.com

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9/15/17

Small and Tall! September 15th
Friday, September 15th, 2017 / 8:00 pm
Pete Christlieb & Linda Small
with the Ray Ohls Trio

Ray Ohls on piano
Derick Polke on bass
Tim Malland on drums

Brother Don’s
4200 Kitsap Way
Bremerton, WA 98312
Reservations: (360) 377.8442
Directions.

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9/20/17

Free Admission
GLENDALE NOON CONCERTS/

Wed SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 at 12:10-12:40 pm

Baroque Violinist ADRIANA ZOPPO &
Harpsichordist JEFFREY LAVNER

play Bach, Corelli & Scarlatti.

Thank you!
Jacqueline Suzuki
Curator, Glendale Noon Concerts
818-249-5108

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9/24/17

LOS ANGELES SYMPHONIC WINDS
will be featured on the LACMA radio
broadcast, live at 6 pm!

For more information see the LA Winds website at
www.lawinds.org

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9/24/17

Coming in September
to the Soka Jazz Festival
THE PHIL NORMAN TENTET
Soka Performing Art Center
1 University Drive
Aliso Viejo, CA. 92656

Sunday September 24th @ 3:00pm

www.soka.edu/pac/tickets/
17-18jazzfestival.aspx

PLAYING THE MUSIC OF JAZZ GREATS
Reminiscent of the West Coast jazz sounds
of the 50’s & 60’s

Stan Kenton, George Shearing, Miles Davis
Gerry Mulligan, Dave Brubeck,
Benny Golson, Dizzy
and other jazz giants

Performed by some of Los Angeles
finest musicians
(see below)

MUSICIANS
Christian Jacob – piano
Kevin Axt – bass
Dick Weller – drums
Brad Dutz – percussion/vibes
Larry Koonse- guitar
Carl Saunders- trumpet/flugel
Ron Stout – trumpet/flugel
Scott Whitfield – trombone
Rusty Higgins – alto & soprano sax/flute
Roger Neumann- baritone sax/bass clarinet
Phil Norman – tenor sax/clarinet

ARRANGERS

Bob Florence
Bill Holman
Christian Jacob
Roger Neumann
Kim Richmond
Jackson Stock
Francisco Torres
Scott Whitfield

UNTIL NEXT TIME,

THE COMMITTEE FOR A MORE RESPONSIBLE LOCAL 47

2 Responses to “PARAMOUNT / LALO CONCERT / IRVINE PLAYERS / THROWBACK FRIDAY / EVENTS”

  1. Anonymous says:

    just like in 2008, i can still get a better sound than Phil Ailing by putting
    my hand over the end of my Electrolux hose. and no longer being a member of the RMA or local 47, i can say this with impugnity. what fun !

  2. Anonymous says:

    But you still belong to 802 even though you live in WA. And while we’re at it – a so-called cello/bass/musical saw player (that’s how you’re listed) commenting on an oboe player’s sound?? How about Yo-Yo Ma can still get a better sound than you by playing on his ocarina. Sorry you had to leave the business and move to the WA wilderness

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