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The LA Phil stages a “staggeringly ambitious production” of the groundbreaking opera.
The tireless conductor explains his enduring love for Verdi, how he plans an L.A. Opera season with Domingo, and why Mozart is a healing force.
The world premiere suffers from an overabundance of themes, creative voices, and rain.
Peter Sellars’s masterful, minimalist direction provides the perfect setting for LAMC’s powerful performance.
The composer talks about the upcoming Fluxus Festival and “Noon to Midnight” music marathons.
The composer’s Eleven Bagatelles for the Piano, performed by pianist Inna Faliks, has brilliant parts but no through line.
Even Natalie Portman gets in on the act in the composer’s “Archives, Friends, Patterns” show.
The premiere of Inferno is just part of the evening-length ballet envisioned by the prolific composer.
The piano phenom and budding composer chats about his approach to Beethoven, his upcoming gig with the LA Phil, and the state of classical music.
The Chicago composer’s works for string quartet and trio cap wasteLAnd’s sixth season.