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Los Angeles Children's Chorus takes to the Bowl




Anne Tomlinson conducting the Los Angeles Childrens' Chorus
Anne Tomlinson conducting the Los Angeles Childrens' Chorus
Kevin Ferguson

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If you’re a fan of opera, you might want to head out to the Hollywood Bowl this Sunday to see one of the most famous operas of all time- Carmen. The LA philharmonic will provide the score, with Gustavo Dudamel himself conducting. You’ll also hear singing from the LA Master Chorale and the LA Children’s Chorus. Off-Ramp’s Kevin Ferguson stopped by the Pasadena Presbyterian church, where the Children’s Chorus was getting ready for this week’s performance.