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James Arkatov, founder of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, dies at 98

His was an immigrant’s story, a child from Russia who landed in San Francisco, befriended violinist Isaac Stern — whose fame was still to come — took up the cello and decided to pour his life into making music.

James Arkatov found work with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and then with the philharmonic…


Source: Los Angeles Times

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