Calder Quartet
SASSAS transforms Eagle Rock’s Welcome Inn into a venue for live performances creating a free, six hour event featuring experimental music originating in Southern California, 1949 – 1977. Micro concerts take place in individual rooms allowing key moments in sound and music history to be experienced simultaneously and sequentially in a single location. A part of the Pacific Standard Time Public Art and Performance Festival.





Eagles flock as music of Arnold Schoenberg’s is re-imagined by the Calder Quartet with inspiration from Christian Wolff.

Composer Arnold Schoenberg moved to the United States in 1934 and soon settled in Los Angeles. During his time in LA, he wrote such notable pieces as the Violin Concerto (1942), A Survivor from Warsaw (1947) and Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte (1942). In addition to this and numerous other works he wrote while in Los Angeles, several were unfinished upon his death in 1951, including the Draft of a String Quartetfrom 1949.

Performance times: 6:30pm, 7:30pm, 8:30pm
Location: Balcony
Performers: The Calder Quartet: Benjamin Jacobson (violin), Andrew Bulbrook (violin), Jonathan Moerschel (viola), Eric Byers (cello)