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Venue: Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

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CA CA 90012
United States
Google maps34° 3' 19.302" N 118° 14' 59.427" W
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Los AngelesDudamel Conducts American icons

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

Los AngelesMehta's Mahler

Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Zubin Mehta; Mihoko Fujimura; Kristin Lewis; Grant Gershon; Los Angeles Master Chorale

Los AngelesDudamel Conducts Bruckner

Bruckner: Symphony no. 4 in E flat major, "Romantic", WAB 104
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel

Los AngelesJane Parker-Smith

Bach, Franck, Krebs, Widor, Langlais, Jongen, Willscher, Liszt, Bedard, Duparc, Dethier
Jane Parker-Smith, Organ

Los AngelesJohn Adams & Jay Campbell

Macklay, Wubbels, Sabat, Perich, Smith
LA Phil New Music Group; John Adams; Jay Campbell

Los AngelesRay Chen

Grieg, Saint-Saëns, Bach, Debussy, Ravel
Ray Chen; Julio Elizalde

Los AngelesDudamel & Yuja Wang

Ginastera, Adams, Stravinsky
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Yuja Wang

Los AngelesDudamel Conducts Rachmaninov & Stravinsky

Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Seong-Jin Cho
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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.
****1
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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. 
*****
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Perianes, Avdeeva, Dudamel triumph in Beethoven

Javier Perianes © Igor Studio
Javier Perianes beguiles and Yulianna Avdeeva surprises in Beethoven’s last two piano concertos. 
*****
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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.
*****
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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.
*****
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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. 
***11
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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. 
*****
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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.
****1
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