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Redefining what an orchestra can be, the LA Phil is as vibrant as Los Angeles, one of the world's most open and dynamic cities. Led by Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, this internationally renowned orchestra harnesses the transformative power of live music to build community, foster intellectual and artistic growth, and nurture the creative spirit.

Gustavo Dudamel

Grammy®-winning symphonic and operatic conductor Gustavo Dudamel serves as Music & Artistic Director of the LA Phil.

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Los Angeles Philharmonic

Learn more about the performers in our internationally renowned orchestra.

Meet the Orchestra

Creative Collaborators

In addition to Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, the LA Phil’s direction comes from a collaborative team of creative leaders, including the following remarkable artists.

Meet the Team

Learning Programs

The LA Phil is committed to learning alongside our community, and to enabling and supporting the next generation of musicians, whether they’re picking up an instrument for the first time or penning their own compositions.

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LA Phil Resident Fellows

Learn more about our excellence-based training program for early-career symphonic musicians who represent or serve historically underrepresented populations.

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Dudamel Fellowship Program

A unique opportunity for promising young conductors from around the world to develop their craft and enrich their musical experience through personal mentorship and participation in the LA Phil’s orchestral, education, and community programs.

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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

We take responsibility for the future through our actions and aspirations today.

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Our History: The LA Phil Story

Read about the LA Phil’s rich history as one of the world’s outstanding orchestras leading the way in groundbreaking and diverse programming, on stage and in the community.

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Archival Services

Explore our history through the archives, which include concert programs, scrapbooks, concert recordings, oral histories, photographs, posters, and ephemera.

Explore the Archives