Hear the extraordinary violinist speak about her formative experiences with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the unique music of John Adams, and her close relationship with...
LA Phil Principal Viola Teng Li makes her instrument “sing” this traditional folk song from southern China.
Ellen Reid and Gabriela Ortíz share their thoughts with the LA Phil’s Meghan Martineau.
High school-aged composers team up with LA Phil musicians
Percussionist Wesley Sumpter explores the many sounds and musical languages of the snare drum.
Joanne Pearce Martin performs a groove-driven piano etude
LA Phil Principal Percussionist Matthew Howard teams up with Eduardo Meneses for Reich’s minimalistic duet.
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Catherine Ransom Karoly performs this incredibly difficult modernist flute solo
The LA Phil’s Barry Gold shows off the percussive side of his cello
Sydney Adedamola performs a “sparkling quartz” of a piece
Michael Fuller shows off the expressive range of the bass in three etudes.
Violist Jarrett Threadgill performs a propulsive piece depicting a downpour in the desert
Emerging composers have their virtual world premieres with LA Phil musicians
The LA Phil’s Resident Fellow in percussion, Wesley Sumpter, releases the tempestuous energy of At Midnight I Walked into the Middle of the Desert by...
The LA Phil’s Evan Kuhlmann performs this quirky and fun bassoon showpiece
Listen to Baiocchi’s tribute to Miles Davis, featuring a musical conversation written for trumpet.
Widmann’s clarinet showpiece offers wild antics and a Harlequin spirit.
The LA Phil’s Associate Concertmaster has a “dialog with the spirits”
Pianist Joanne Pearce Martin explores Adès radical reimagining of a 400-year-old British song.
LA Phil Principal Timpanist composed and performs this work inspired by Buzz Aldrin’s impressions of walking on the moon.
LA Phil cellist Jason Lippman explores the spaces and intricacies of INBHIR (many waters) by inti figgis-vizueta.
LA Phil first violinist Miika Gregg reveals a musician’s lyrical inner monologue in Good to You by Marcus Norris.
The LA Phil’s Associate Concertmaster, Bing Wang, premieres the shimmering Phantom Trails by Noah Jenkins, using materials from his own string quartet.
LA Phil bassist Ted Botsford performs with prerecorded and live electronics in the explosive and carefully crafted freneticism of for social media by Nathaniel Haering.
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