Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Los AngelesThe Tales of Hoffmann

Offenbach: Les Contes d'Hoffmann (Tales of Hoffmann)
Plácido Domingo; Marta Domingo; LA Opera; Giovanni Agostinucci; Vittorio Grigòlo; Wayne Tigges

Los AngelesDomingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program 10th Anniversary

LA Opera Orchestra; Plácido Domingo; Sondra Radvanovsky; Diana Damrau; Nicolas Testé

Los AngelesProvocative, Silent & Beethoven

Harbison, Daugherty, Cage, Beethoven
Camerata Pacifica; Kristin Lee; Giora Schmidt; Richard O'Neill; Ani Aznavoorian

Los AngelesProvocative, Silent & Beethoven

Harbison, Daugherty, Cage, Beethoven
Camerata Pacifica; Molly Morkoski; Ani Aznavoorian; Kristin Lee; Giora Schmidt

Los AngelesAnna Netrebko & Yusif Eyvazov in concert

LA Opera Orchestra; Jader Bignamini; Anna Netrebko; Yusif Eyvazov

Los AngelesThumbprint

Sankaram: Thumbprint
Rachel Dickstein; LA Opera
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Trisha Brown: in Plain Site

The Trisha Brown Dance Company's "In Plain Site Los Angeles" demonstrated how dance can beautifully reflex the art and sculture surrounding it.
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Patricia Racette's mesmerizing power as Salome

In Los Angeles, Patricia Racette was an impressive Salome but the orchestra was, as it should, the main character.
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Bamberg Symphony plays a rain-drenched LA

The Bamberg sound remains particularly noticeable in the unanimity and broad, rich beauty of the strings and the sublimely eloquent woodwinds, and the musical authority that lies in the roots of its history. 
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A Roaring Twenties Entführung aus dem Serail in LA

Mozart's intoxicating harem opera taken captive by the non-singing despot.
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Jacob Jonas The Company

At the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Jonas proved that he is an emerging artistic force nationally, and Los Angeles should be proud that he has chosen to base his company here.
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Letter to a Man in LA

Mikhail Baryshnikov collaborates with Robert Wilson and Lucinda Childs to present Letter To A Man based on the Diary of Vaslav Nijinsky. It is an exploration into the troubled mind of an iconic genius that struggles with its own problems.
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