Red Car Trolley presents "Birds, Buds, and Beatles"
Sunday, January 20, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Red Car Trolley kicks off the new year with songs about winged creatures, flowers and covers of an English rock band. Come hear us perform music ranging from the Renaissance and madrigals to pop and rock and even a world-premiere piece!
Red Car Trolley presents music spanning five centuries in a concert entitled "Birds, Buds, and Beatles" which showcases the group's versatility and joyful love of music-making. The program includes music ranging from familiar classic composers like Brahms and Mozart to more contemporary songwriters such as Simon and McCartney. Also included is the World Premiere of “Song of The Flower” written by LA-based composer William Malpede and inspired by the poetry of Kahlil Gibran. Guest Organist Barbara Trevino joins RCT for the performance.
Red Car Trolley is a Los-Angeles-based vocal quartet that performs a wide range of music; from Renaissance to jazz, from classical to contemporary. They sing for weddings, memorials, fundraisers, and concerts, but most of all, for the sheer pleasure of it. The ensemble’s credits include soloist and ensemble work at Los Angeles area churches and synagogues, opera, musical theatre, studio recordings and television. They are: Soprano - Rebecca Rasmussen, Alto - Jennifer Appleberry, Tenor - Brian Dyer, Bass - Norge Yip.
Who: Red Car Trolley
What: Birds, Buds, and Beatles - a concert
Where: St. Bede's Episcopal Church
3590 Grand View Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90066-1904
When: Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15 (suggested donation)
When & Where
Red Car Trolley
Red Car Trolley is a vocal quartet that programs a wide variety of music: ranging from classical and early music, folk and vocal jazz, to works and arrangements of contemporary Southern California composers. Additionally, they sing for weddings, memorial services, and public events. For further information, visit www.redcartrolleyquartet.wordpress.com, or telephone 213-293-7966.