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Performer: Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra

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Los AngelesMasses by Haydn & Beethoven

Beethoven, Haydn
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Ailyn Pérez; Anna Larsson; Matthias Goerne; David Portillo

Los AngelesDudamel Conducts Mahler's Eighth

Mahler: Sinfonía núm. 8 en mi bemol mayor 'Sinfonía de los mil'
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Tamara Wilson; Leah Crocetto; Joélle Harvey; Mihoko Fujimura

Los AngelesAdès & McGregor: A Dance Collaboration

The Royal Ballet School; Company Wayne McGregor; Thomas Adès; Leila Josefowicz; Kirill Gerstein; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra

Los AngelesPeter and the Wolf

Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Borodin
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey; Blind Summit Theatre

Los AngelesDudamel Conducts American icons

Barber, Gershwin, Previn, Copland
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Julia Bullock; Jean-Yves Thibaudet
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Young lions Tao and Rana tear into Beethoven without Dudamel

Beatrice Rana © Nicolas Bets
When it was announced from the stage that Gustavo Dudamel would not be conducting due to a "family emergency," the orchestra played for Conducting Fellow Stephen Mulligan as if he were a maestro.

Thomas Adés' new ballet score debuts in LA... without dancers

Gustavo Dudamel © Gerardo Gomez | Fundamusical
Inferno, after Dante's Divine Comedy, is a 46-minute ballet score rich in astounding, ingenious, sumptuous effects with a particular genius for unlikely combinations of instruments, and only a few obvious Lisztian references.

Salonen and Sellars preside over close of LA Phil Stravinsky series

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Clive Barda
Salonen brings his Stravinsky retrospective to a close with a pair of Greek-inspired scores. 

Salonen's Stravinsky series kicks off in LA

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Clive Barda
Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, arguably the conductor and orchestra par excellence of Stravinsky performance, debuts the first of their three-concert series dedicated to the former Angeleno. 

Gražinytė-Tyla tackles Tchaikovsky with Kopatchinskaja

Patricia Kopatchinskaja © Eric Melzer
This was Tchaikovsky raw and fierce as if he had written it, as he might have, for a young lover.