Jazz and Gender Equity, Dianne Reeves and Terri Lyne Carrington hash out what it means to be a woman playing jazz in 2021.
From arranging the hits to rearranging the cosmos, Mary Lou Williams left an indelible mark on jazz music. Here’s your guide to the music of...
The co-directors’ documentary short had its Sundance-selected debut this winter.
As a conductor and musician, Henry Lewis’ career offered a lifetime of firsts at the Los Angeles Philharmonic and beyond.
Choice cuts from the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra’s Principal Conductor.
One of Peter Lieberson’s moving songs written for his wife, based on the work of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda
LA Phil musicians perform a string quartet by New York composer Jessie Montgomery.
Kamasi Washington performs an excerpt from his original score to BECOMING: An intimate portrait of Michelle Obama – a new documentary based on the former...
As a part of YOLA National at Home, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Principal Conductor Thomas Wilkins talks about the meaning of home, his path to orchestras,...
One of the greatest singers of his era faced racist critics and audiences abroad and was frequently barred from performing at all in the United...
Performing “Heaven” and “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands”
Explore the music by the “Dean of African American Composers.”
Jazz legend Herbie Hancock talks at length about his motivations as an artist, the inspiration behind Power to the People!, and what jazz has taught...
From Blue Note jazz to funk to futuristic synthesizers, explore the tirelessly innovative career of the LA Phil's Creative Chair for Jazz, Herbie Hancock.
In 1936, William Grant Still made history with the LA Phil.
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic in selections from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake.
The LA Phil's history of performing and presenting jazz music goes back to the dawn of the Jazz Age itself.
Get down with Nile Rodgers & CHIC – and some of the greatest songs of the disco era.
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