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Walt Disney Concert Hall: 20 Years & Beyond


Since its opening in 2003, Walt Disney Concert Hall has welcomed Angelenos, Californians, and people from all over the world who are moved by extraordinary music. This is a place where new perspectives are embraced and new ideas thrive. The 2023/24 season is an exploration of our city's limitless creativity, a celebration of the artists and audiences who come together every day in the Hall to create something truly incredible. It's reflected in Frank Gehry's revolutionary design, which captures our spirit in curving steel, and in the melodies and stories that reflect who we are- and what we share. It all adds up to something wonderfully complex and always compelling: the boundless energy of Los Angeles experienced at Walt Disney Concert Hall entering its third decade.

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Gustavo Dudamel photographed by Danny Clinch at Walt Disney Concert Hall.


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2023/24 Subscription Packages

Our subscription packages offer the best value, combining curated sets of concerts (from 3 to 9) with insider perks like free ticket exchanges, convenient payment plans, and many other benefits available to subscribers only. Payment plans as low as $24.50 a month.


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Holiday Sing-Along with Melissa Peterman
Holiday Sing-Along with Melissa Peterman

Special Concerts

Only subscribers can purchase our batch of Special Concerts now before they go on sale to the general public. Add your favorites to your subscription package today!

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Artists & Collaborators

Acclaimed orchestral artists, today’s leading composers, jazz masters, inventive songwriters, and brilliant musicians from around the world—they’re all coming to Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Seong-Jin Cho, piano
Alpesh Chauhan,  conductor
Silvana Estrada
Jamie Cullum
Gabriela Ortiz, María Dueñas, and Gustavo Dudamel
Japanese Breakfast
Andreia Pinto Correia,  composer
Esa-Pekka Salonen,  composer and conductor
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cello
Katia and Marielle Labèque, pianos
Cécile McLorin Salvant



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