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The visionary jazz artist continues to find new expression through his compositions and personal performances.
The folksy composer and instrumentalist fronts a program honoring former composer-in-residence Steven Stucky.
The orchestra commissions six new works in a variety of styles.
Glass’s second-most-improbable opera will be seen in the famous staging that cemented the show in the international repertory.
The vibrant new composition works brilliantly in tandem with a transitional work from Esa-Pekka Salonen.
The beginning of a long celebration emphasized everything that’s special about the orchestra and the city.
The superstar violinist is the standout in a program that didn’t always work.
The orchestra fills eight miles with a musical block party that showcases diversity.
Shawn Kirchner’s Songs of Ascent provides a powerful contrast with the Mozart Requiem.
L.A. Opera’s Don Carlo proves that Plácido Domingo is forever young.