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Laura Karpman literally throws in the kitchen sink on a commissioned premiere for the orchestra.
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.