Celebrating 48 years of music in Los Angeles

Since its founding in 1973, The Da Camera Society of Mount Saint Mary’s University has offered superb musical performances in historic locations, reaching out to audiences in LA and beyond through public concerts and educational programming.

Join us on Saturday, November 6 as we continue this tradition with a live performance of Haydn and Beethoven by LA’s celebrated Calder Quartet.

More live concerts are coming soon!

In the meantime, we invite you to explore excerpts from our music videos, including performances by pianist Marisa Gupta, cellist Eric Byers, and cornetto and harpsichord duo Alex Opsahl and Ian Pritchard.

We are also proud to present several educational initiatives, including music-related podcasts and videos of student performances.

Join The Da Camera Society today for full access to our music videos and podcasts.

And don’t forget to visit our retrospective page for a tour of our nearly half-century of arts programming.

Sincerely,


Julius Reder Carlson, PhD
Academic and Artistic Director
dacamera@msmu.edu

Julius Reder CarlsonAn Associate Professor in the Music Department at Mount Saint Mary’s University, Dr. Carlson is a musicologist and classical guitarist committed to serving the local community through the arts. In addition to his academic and performance work, he is the co-founder of the Santa Monica Youth Orchestra and the creator of MSMU’s Women in Music Festival.