A&E briefs — Nov. 25, 2020

  • Wednesday, November 25, 2020 1:30am
  • Life

Second ‘Flora Ludmilla’ episode set to air

Ludmilla Studios Presents the second epic episode of “The Lost (and unfortunately found) Erotic Memoirs of Flora Ludmilla.” Airing at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28, the one-person show written and directed by Peninsula College drama professor Dr. Lara Starcevich features the comedic flair of Sarah Tucker.

The show will be presented as a pay-per-view serial event on ludmillastudios.anywhereseat.com.

Tickets are $7; once a ticket is paid for, the link will be available all day. Those who tune in at 6 p.m. that evening can watch and chat along with the production team of Starcevich, Tucker and Marina Shipova (design/video editing).

The team plan to continue producing episodes throughout the fall and winter from the book, which is available on Amazon.

For more information, email Starcevich at larastarsearch@gmail.com.

Port Angeles Symphony suspends performances

The Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra has suspended its performance activities due to heightened safety precautions across Washington state, conductor and music director Jonathan Pasternack announced last week.

Earlier this month, a Symphony ensemble produced a special concert video that is now available for viewing online; links are provided at portangelessymphony.org and on the Port Angeles Symphony Facebook page. Music lovers can also find out more by emailing to PASymphony@olypen.com.

Pasternack had planned a Dec. 12 concert with a slightly larger chamber orchestra and guest soloist Alexander Tutunov from Ashland, Ore. That performance was to be offered online. But with the restrictions on gatherings imposed this week through Dec. 14, rehearsals and the video recording aren’t possible.

His hope is that members of the Symphony, including musicians from Sequim and Port Angeles, will meet again Jan. 25, 2021, to start rehearsals for a Feb. 20 concert. Elisa Barston, principal second violinist with the Seattle Symphony, is slated as the guest soloist, with Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” and Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings” on the program.

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