The mid-century architectural icon, Culver City's Robert Frost Auditorium, has under gone major construction visually and acoustically, and is transformed by the celebrated architecture firm, Hodgetts + Fung.
January 27, 2019
4401 Elenda Street
Culver City, CA
W. A. Mozart:
(January 27, 1756
- December 5, 1791)
and Music Director Bio
Forty Years With Fetta
Symphony No. 30, D Major,
K. 202 (1774)
Violin Concerto, No. 4, D Major,
K. 218 (1775)
-Nathan Gendler (Age 12) Bio
Due to a Broken Finger,
Nathan Gender will not perform.
-Chunyi Zhou (Age 13) Bio
Chunyi will perform
the entire concerto.
Nathan Genderl and
are Co-Winners of the
Parness Concerto Competition
"The Magic Flute," K 620 (1791)
Aria, Queen of the Night,
Der Hölle Rach kocht in
Soprano (Age 8) Bio
Symphony No. 40, g minor
$15-College Students /
dditional Symphony Society Tickets
FREE-Students Grades 1-12
who must be accompanied by a
paying adult, General Admission
All attendees must have tickets
from the box office.
Members of SoCal Symphony Society
receive two free tickets.
Become a Society Member now: LINK
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tickets now though PayPal
PARKING INSTRUCTIONS / IMPORTANT
When attending events at The Robert Frost Auditorium, please park only in
the designated FREE parking lots that surround the facility.
· Corner of Elenda and Farragut - South of the Robert Frost Auditorium.
Between the Culver City Middle School and Farragut Elementary
· Huron - From Elenda, head west on Braddock. Entrance
is on the south of Braddock.
· Harter - From Elenda, head west on Braddock. Pass Huron and go south
on Harter. Parking is on your left.
· Overflow parking is located at Culver Blvd. and Elenda St.
Please respect the residents and do not park in the neighborhood.
(Click) PARKING MAP
Robert Frost Auditorium is just a couple blocks south/west
of Veterans Memorial Auditorium.
(Click) MAP-short distance between Robert Frost and
Veterans Memorial Auditoriums