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Education and Community

Nurturing creativity, curiosity, virtuosity

Through the thriving YOLA initiative and numerous other education and community programs, the LA Phil displays its commitment to the future of music and the very well-being of our city. We support the next generation of artists through our mentorship and community and school-based orchestras and high-school aged composers. We ignite the first spark of interest in symphonic music when school buses take over Grand Avenue and more than 10,000 children stream into Walt Disney Concert Hall. As a result, our community is becoming vibrant in the arts. Together we listen, we learn, and we make music. As Music Director Gustavo Dudamel has said, "The orchestra is a perfect metaphor for community."

Latest News

Composer Fellowship Program Class of 2015 Announced!

SEP 16, 2013

We’re pleased to announce the Composer Fellowship Program Class of 2015: Sharon Hurvitz, Oliver Kwapis, Max Lesser, and Andrew Moses. Also, in an effort to provide access to additional young composers and to build in a feeder for the Fellowship, we are launching the new Composer Associates Program, which will provide young composers with composition masterclasses, concert tickets, reading sessions, and career guidance. For more information, please click here.

YOLA

YOUTH ORCHESTRA LA (YOLA)

Gustavo Dudamel's signature El Sistema-inspired program

CONCERTS FOR YOUTH

CONCERTS FOR YOUTH

Family classical and world music concerts geared toward youth audiences

SCHOOL PROGRAMS

SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Opportunities for local teachers and students

YOUNG MUSICIANS

YOUNG MUSICIANS

In-depth training for the next generation of artists

ACCESS FOR ALL

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Free concerts and lectures for continued learning