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Glass’s second-most-improbable opera will be seen in the famous staging that cemented the show in the international repertory.
The vibrant new composition works brilliantly in tandem with a transitional work from Esa-Pekka Salonen.
The beginning of a long celebration emphasized everything that’s special about the orchestra and the city.
The superstar violinist is the standout in a program that didn’t always work.
The orchestra fills eight miles with a musical block party that showcases diversity.
Shawn Kirchner’s Songs of Ascent provides a powerful contrast with the Mozart Requiem.
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.