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Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts a Louis Andriessen premiere and two classics at Walt Disney Hall.
The conductor charms listeners and demonstrates his skill in a concert pairing a Bryce Dessner song cycle with Mozart’s Requiem.
Contemporary agitprop meets Philip Glass’s Kafkaesque opera.
From Philip Glass to Caroline Shaw, Muhly calls on a host of longtime collaborators for his upcoming show at The Theatre at Ace Hotel.
Esa-Pekka Salonen and Peter Sellars explore the lost world of Persèphone.
The groundbreaking director and librettist talks about his reimagined Perséphone, his fascination with Stravinsky, and the role of the artist today.
Salonen’s “Faith” concert with the LA Phil celebrates the vitality of the composer’s final years.
With a new production of El Gato Montés, Los Angeles Opera and Plácido Domingo’s campaign to promote Spanish opera picks up speed.
The violinist’s exuberant performance overshadowed the rest of the concert.