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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Los Angeles, CA, États-Unis

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Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

Los AngelesPeter and the Wolf

Prokofiev, Tchaïkovski, Borodine
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey; Blind Summit Theatre

Los AngelesAppalachian Spring

Karpman, Copland, Barber, Ellington
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; James Gaffigan; James Ehnes

Los AngelesLa bohème

Puccini: La Bohème
James Conlon; Barrie Kosky; LA Opera; Rufus Didwiszus; Victoria Behr; Saimir Pirgu; Marina Costa-Jackson

Los AngelesDudamel Conducts American icons

Barber, Gershwin, Previn, Copland
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Julia Bullock; Jean-Yves Thibaudet

Los AngelesThe Light in the Piazza

Guettel: The Light in the Piazza
Kimberly Grigsby; Daniel Evans; LA Opera; Brigitte Reiffenstuel; Renée Fleming; Dove Cameron

Los AngelesPsycho (live screening)

Herrmann: Film music from Psycho
Louis Lohraseb; LA Opera
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Monk's ATLAS a remarkable odyssey in Los Angeles

ATLAS © Mathew Imaging
Meredith Monk's ATLAS is presented by the Los Angeles Philharmonic in Yuval Sharon's production.

LA Opera's La Traviata: all about Adela Zaharia

Adela Zaharia (Violetta) © Ken Howard
As Zaharia inhabited her role, the opera became almost entirely about her, to the extent that one wanted to watch her every movement and hear her every syllable.

Kitschy, bombastic, virtuosic: the LA Phil and Dudamel’s Mahler 8

Gustavo Dudamel © Vern Evans
Mahler's Eighth was the composer’s “gift to the nation”; Dudamel’s performance was a gift to Los Angeles. 

Perianes, Avdeeva, Dudamel triumph in Beethoven

Javier Perianes © Igor Studio
Javier Perianes beguiles and Yulianna Avdeeva surprises in Beethoven’s last two piano concertos. 

Young lions Tao and Rana tear into Beethoven

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.