February 28, 2013

Renowned Flautists to Give a Concert at Marymount College

The Los Angeles Flute Quartet featuring David Shostac and Frederick Staff with guest saxophone soloist Lee Raby, a Marymount College music professor, will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 9th.

ATTENTION: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED! For information, call 310-303-7223.

The Los Angeles Flute Quartet is a newly developed ensemble by Shostac and Staff. They have worked together in the Song of the Angeles Flute Orchestra when Shostac is a guest soloist and Staff is the concert master, founder and artistic director.

Shostac performs as principal flute of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. He is active in the motion picture industry recording industry and can be heard on motion picture soundtracks such as Avatar and the Karate Kid. He has taught at USC, UCLA, California Institute of the Arts, the Aspen Music School and the Idyllwild Arts Academy. He is a faculty member at California State University Northridge.

Frederick has studied with Julius Baker, James Galway, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Geoffrey Gilbert, Harry Shub, Walfrid Kujala and with Shostac.

About Marymount College: With locations along the picturesque coastline of Southern California and in the vibrant community of San Pedro, Marymount College offers one of the most advantageous collegiate locales available. Offering bachelor’s degree and graduate degrees in the fall (pending WASC approval) the college provides a student-centered, culturally rich, Catholic learning environment for students of all faiths.

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