Part of SY1 Toyota Symphonies for Youth 1
Daniel Cohen, conductor
Bryan Davidson, writer
Jessica Kubzansky, director
Kitty McNamee, choreographer
Ela Erwin, costume designer
Stacey Tappan, soprano
Delaram Kamareh, soprano
Jill Gold, stage manager
Doug Harvey, Sal
Nick Hormann, Frank Gehry
Eileen T’Kaye, Sal’s Mom
Mecca Vazie Andrews, First Mate
Andy Acosta, dancer
Deanna Reeves, dancer
William Bell, dancer
Christian Brower, dancer
Kelli Erdmann, dancer
Reshma Gajjar, dancer
Toi’ya Leatherwood, dancer
About This Performance
The LA Phil’s pioneering Symphonies for Youth mix music with fun and fantasy for children ages 5-11. The first TSFY concert of the season explores the connection between music and architecture through Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Wing on Wing, which was inspired by Walt Disney Concert Hall and premiered as part of the Building Music festival that closed the inaugural season here.
Each TSFY concert is a dramatic presentation, conducted by a Dudamel Conducting Fellow and staged by theater artists.
Prior to the concert there are interactive art workshops related to the musical themes of the program.
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.
STREET CLOSURES FOR GRAND PARK EVENT:
Street closures will be in affect on Broadway and Spring St. between First and Temple beginning Friday, November 1 at 6PM
Also Coming to Walt Disney Concert Hall
- MINIMALIST JUKEBOX: Toyota Symphonies for Youth: Finding Patterns in Music: Saturday, April 5, 2014 - 11:00am
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