THE MAHLER PROJECT: Mahler No. 8 "Symphony of a Thousand"

Shrine Auditorium

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Performances


Artists

Los Angeles Master Chorale, Grant Gershon, music director

Anna Larsson, alto

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Grant Gershon, chorus director

Los Angeles Children's Chorus, Anne Tomlinson, artistic director

Pacific Chorale, John Alexander, artistic director

Angel City Chorale, Sue Fink, artistic director

Gustavo Dudamel, conductor

Angeles Chorale, John Sutton, artistic director and conductor

Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela

Kiera Duffy, soprano

Alexander Vinogradov, bass

Choir of All Saints Church, Pasadena, James Walker, director of music

Chorus of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles, Charles Dickerson, music director and conductor

Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, E. Jason Armstrong, artistic director

Los Angeles Chamber Choir, Chung Uk Lee, music director

Los Robles Master Chorale, Lesley Leighton, artistic director

Pasadena Pro Musica, Stephen Grimm, director

Pasadena Master Chorale, Jeffrey Bernstein, artistic director

Philippine Chamber Singers – Los Angeles, Anthony Angelo Francisco, artistic director and conductor

Vox Femina Los Angeles, Iris S. Levine, artistic director

National Children’s Chorus, Luke McEndarfer, artistic director

Manuela Uhl, soprano

Charlotte Hellekant, alto

Burkhard Fritz, tenor

Brian Mulligan, baritone

Renaissance Arts Academy

Julianna Di Giacomo, soprano



About This Performance

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Gustavo Dudamel will lead the combined forces of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela - joined by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Los Angeles Children’s Chorus and community choruses - in a performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, known as the “Symphony of a Thousand,” at the historic Shrine Auditorium for a spectacular performance with over 1000 musicians and singers. A roster of vocal soloists will also take part.

Parking Information for The Shrine Auditorium

There are up to 4 parking structures that will be in operation on the evening of the concert. The Shrine Parking Structure and USC Parking Structure D (PSD) will open at 4pm. All structures listed below are cash only. The garages below are listed from closest to the venue to farthest.

Shrine Parking Structure

$10. Cash only. Located at 700 West 32nd Street, 1 ½ blocks west of Figueroa. Enter the garage from 32nd Street.

USC Parking Structure D (PSD)

$20. Cash only. Located on Jefferson Blvd. Enter at the Jefferson Boulevard Entrance at Royal Street (Entrance 4). It is directly across the street from the Shrine.

USC Parking Structure X (PSX) – Overflow parking only

$10. Cash only. This garage will be opened only on an as needed basis. Enter at the Figueroa Street Entrance at 35th Street (Entrance 3). Handicap parking is available on the first floor only; there is no elevator in this parking structure.

USC Parking Structure 2 – Overflow parking only

$10. Cash only. This garage will be opened only on an as needed basis. This garage is located between Figueroa Street and Flower Street. Enter off of Flower Street north of Exposition Boulevard.

Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.

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