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L.A. Opera’s Don Carlo proves that Plácido Domingo is forever young.
Two masterful orchestras put the jazz back in “Jazz at the Bowl.”
The L.A. Master Chorale’s music director seems to be involved in every choral concert and opera in town.
The evolution of the Los Angeles Philharmonic presents a more hopeful view. Part II of LA Phil at 100.
The orchestra’s chief operating officer chats about plans for the upcoming milestone and the work behind the scenes to support the LA Phil’s success.
The orchestra’s contributions were minimal in an evening that featured flamenco-tinged guitar pyrotechnics.
The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion comes alive with flappers, bullfighters, witches, and pioneers for social justice this year.
Star Wars and the LA Phil make John Williams’s score soar.
Conductor Speranza Scappuci and soloist Ray Chen bring glitz and glamor to their outing with the LA Phil in the famed venue.