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The famous avant-garde jazz album sets the stage for new compositions.
150 performers stranded in a becalmed production.
John Cage’s aleatoric collision course of all of opera history plays on the soundstage of A Night at the Opera.
A world premiere at the LA Phil and a significant revival at Long Beach Opera offer an intriguing overview of the composer’s ideas.
LACO shows its strengths throughout the challenging, unusual program from Seattle Symphony’s upcoming music director.
Philip Glass’s portrait of Gandhi’s early career is vital and suggestive in the celebrated production by Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Gives Prokofiev’s ballet an L.A. spin.
The visionary jazz artist continues to find new expression through his compositions and personal performances.
The folksy composer and instrumentalist fronts a program honoring former composer-in-residence Steven Stucky.
The orchestra commissions six new works in a variety of styles.