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The virtuoso violinist brings her relentless curiosity and unbridled passion for new music to the pioneering festival.
L.A. Opera's ambitious, 28-year-old artist-in-residence brings his first work to the Off Grand series.
Dudamel conducts the Symphony No. 2, and Mitsuko Uchida is soloist in the composer’s Piano Concerto.
A lively concert awakens interest in authentically Spanish composers.
Diverse programming and relaxed etiquette make an enjoyable experience.
A poorly-coordinated performance of Terry Riley’s In C caps off the evening.
The Grammy Museum and the Skirball Cultural Center collaborate on a celebration of the composer/conductor’s legacy.
The vibrant L.A. festival showcases challenging new works by composers working on the edge.
A curious pairing of the hip ensemble with singer Will Oldham has curious results.
Deprived of a Ted Hearne premiere, Gustavo Dudamel still led a fascinating concert, soon to be reprised in London.