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This Japan-England-America mashup will be very welcome to opera fans.
It was a Brazilian love affair for a night filled with tributes and reunions of old pros.
The Pulitzer-winning composer and violinist talks about her meteoric rise, her creative process, and an upcoming premiere with the LA Phil.
The L.A.-based Sonic Open Orchestra presents a concert of pleasing contradictions.
A Brooklyn record label showcases cutting-edge artists for three days at the Outhaus in Los Angeles.
Jack Curtis Dubowsky’s original score accompanies a Douglas Fairbanks silent classic in live performance.
The LA Phil provides the emotional impact despite the drawbacks of the Hollywood Bowl.
A festival finale features attractive world premieres and “Beethoven that Beethoven Never Heard.”
Dudamel and the LA Phil team with LA Dance Project for an exhilarating take on Prokofiev’s ballet.
Intrepid string ensembles transcend challenging acoustics with delightful works that should be heard more often.