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Gnarwhallaby Sighting Op and SCO Fundraiser

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Photo Courtesy Steve Moyer, PR Richard Sherman, left, stands with Disney representative Mickey Mouse, right, at the presentation ceremony for his honorary window on Main Street, U.S.A.

Photo Courtesy Steve Moyer, PR
Richard Sherman, left, stands with Disney representative Mickey Mouse, right, at the presentation ceremony for his honorary window on Main Street, U.S.A.

By Ted AYALA

Lovers of the rare and exotic, watch out! A “Gnarwhallaby” sighting is set to take place tonight at the Neighborhood Church in Pasadena.

Before you reach for your rifle and supply of tranquilizer darts, just what exactly is a “Gnarwhallaby?” Well, for starters, it isn’t an “it,” but rather a “them.” As in Cal Arts alums and fellow Wild-Up members Brian Walsh (clarinets), Matt Barbier (trombones), Richard Valitutto (keyboards), and Derek Stein (cello).

Founded in 2011, the group has quickly found its niche in Los Angeles’ burgeoning alt-classical scene, performing a diverse repertoire ranging from the late Henryk Gorecki to works specifically commissioned for Gnarhwhallaby.

Beginning at 7:30 p.m., they’ll be performing a program of music by Nicholas Deyoe, Martin Smolka, Nicholas Deyoe, Fernando Barros, Witold Szalonek and pianist-composer Steffen Schleirmacher.

Tickets and more information can be obtained by contacting Gnarwhallaby at gnarwhallaby@gmail.com, or by visiting www.gnarwhallaby.com.

Then on Saturday night, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra brings its 20th season to a close with a fundraiser event at the Center for the Arts in Eagle Rock.

The event begins at 7:30 p.m. with wine and light appetizers, followed by chamber music played by members of the orchestra. There will also be a silent auction held. Proceeds from the event go to help fund the orchestra.

For tickets and more information, call (323) 259-3011, or visit the orchestra’s website at www.scorchestra.org.

SAVING MR. BANKS Photo 14 - (l to r) Richard Sherman, Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke and Robert Sherman on the set of Mary Poppins - Photo courtesy of The Walt Disney Company - 7A-918 Photo 15 - (l to r) Robert Sherman, Richard Sherman and Walt Disney - Photo courtesy of The Walt Disney Company - A29D630AF00A5A5EEB8D7F8CEA79DA2FE

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