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LA-GroupMarg.jpgThe Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra's new "Westside Connections" series seeks "to explore relationships between music and culinary arts." Mark your calendars: On March 1, catch Michael Ruhlman and the Music of Rossini, Puccini, Falla and Schoenfield; on March 22, Jonathan Gold (who, incidentally, started his career as a music writer) and the Music of Bach, Bernstein, William Bolcom, Timothy Andres and Dohnányi; and on April 5, Susan Feniger and the Music of Saint-Saëns, Martin? and Ravel. $45 per concert; $120 for all three at Santa Monica's Broad Stage. Details. [EaterWire]

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