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The ultimate family event, combining fun and fantasy, makes the LA Phil part of your child’s wonderful world. Led by the LA Phil’s Dudamel Conducting Fellows and directed by theater artists, Toyota Symphonies for Youth will give your children (ages 5-11) the opportunity to create memories they’ll never forget.
Join the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conductor Joshua Weilerstein, and legendary jazz artist John Beasley in a musical celebration of the exuberance of jazz music. What kind of roles do the musicians have when making music? How is the job of a bass player in the orchestra different than that of a jazz bass player? These and other musical questions are explored with John Beasley, highlighting the differences and similarities of jazz for the orchestra and for a quintet.
Roy McCurdy, drums
Carlos del Puerto, bass
Bob Sheppard, tenor saxophone
Bijon Watson, trumpet
ANTONÍN DVORÁK Symphony No. 9, Finale
HORACE SILVER The Outlaw
LEONARD BERNSTEIN Times Square 1944, from On the Town: Three Dance Episodes
DUKE ELLINGTON (arr. John Clayton) It Don’t Mean a Thing
TRADITIONAL (arr. Ed Barguiarena) The Itsy Bitsy Spider
TRADITIONAL (arr. Sean O’Loughlin) The Itsy Bitsy Spider
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