Mirga Conducts Mozart & Haydn Giveaway and Dinner for 2 at FIGAT7TH

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ENTER NOW to see Mirga Conducts Mozart & Haydn on March 31 at 8PM, plus dinner for two courtesy of FIGat7th’s Morton's The Steakhouse!

To conclude his Schumann survey, Dudamel teams with Peter Sellars for the rarely performed oratorio on Thomas Moore’s poem about a peri – a fairy-like spirit somewhere between an angel and a devil – who is trying to re-enter heaven by finding the gift that God will like best.

Dudamel continues his Schumann Cycle with the final two symphonies – lilting, soaring and majestic – and the wonderful Cello Concerto, with the equally wonderful Sol Gabetta as soloist.

In conjunction with Dudamel’s Schumann Cycle, we present examples of Schumann’s glorious chamber music, played by members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Come early for the complimentary wine reception.

Renowned for his symphony cycles, Gustavo now focuses on the pure-hearted music of Robert Schumann, one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era despite his many travails. Mitsuko Uchida, acknowledged as one of the foremost Schumann interpreters, joins us for his only Piano Concerto.

Max Bruch’s Concerto for Two Pianos is not widely known. In fact, its history is strange, even sad, but when you hear how touchingly beautiful it is, you will likely never forget it. Tchaikovsky’s Symphony is built on memorable Ukrainian folk tunes.

Yuja Wang has ascended to the very heights of world’s top keyboard virtuosos. In the intimacy of a solo recital, you can focus on every detail of her miraculous playing.

Spanning his solo hits from “All I Know” to “Bright Eyes,” as well as such favorites as “The Sound of Silence” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water” from his legendary partnership with Paul Simon, Grammy®-winning singer and poet Art Garfunkel shares diamond-cut melodies from his half-century career in this evening of words and music.

Argentine and Uruguayan collective Bajofondo return to Walt Disney Concert Hall for the first time since their sold-out performance in 2010. The high-energy electro-rock-tango ensemble, fronted by Oscar and Grammy-winning Gustavo Santaolalla, is known for its rousing live shows and modern reimagining of traditional Latin instrumentation.