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Live Debut of “Sweet Camila” Tomorrow!

Sunday, February 23rd, at 12pm sharp, I will be joined by the fabulous talents of Irene Shiao on violin, Cecille Asuncion on viola, and David Mason on cello in the debut live performance of my original string quartet from “The Book of I” soundtrack, Sweet Camila. We’ll be performing in Thayer Hall, at the Colburn School of the Arts in Los Angeles. Further information can be found here.

Later next month, the McKinley String Quartet is expected to record this work for the upcoming album. Stay tuned… You’ll be able to purchase the novel by Jorge Armenteros — and its accompanying artwork by Liselott Johnsson with my original soundtrack — later this year!

5 thoughts on “Live Debut of “Sweet Camila” Tomorrow!

  1. Hello Sarah! Quick question: Your announcement below gives a 12:00 p.m. start time and the Colburn School website gives a 12:30 p.m. start time. Which is correct? Thanks! Jim Eninger, Editor-In-Chief Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter Posted on Classical Crossroads’ website at About Jim Eninger and the Clickable Chamber Music Newsletter: Arts Consultant Edna Landau’s Musical America Blog Post Chris Pasles’ Los Angeles Times Article,0,1992755,full.story John Bogert’s Daily Breeze Article

    1. Hi Jim! Good question– from what I’ve been told, this is such a last minute addition to the program that they were squeezing us in. We were told to start at noon. :p

    2. Then again, as I think about it, it could very well have been a communicative error on my contact’s part. We could actually be starting at 12:30, right at the beginning of the program… Ah well, better safe than sorry!!! 😛

    3. Ok– we ARE playing at noon for sure!!

  2. […] today: it is more than likely that our start time will in fact be 12:30pm, rather than noon, as was originally stated. But we will be exactly at 12:30, because the Colburn School is graciously squeezing us into the […]

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