Fri / Feb 8, 2019 - 8:00PM
The composer for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon creates another stunning, evening-length oratorio.
- Los Angeles Philharmonic
- Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
- Sen Guo, soprano
- Huiling Zhu, mezzo-soprano
- Kang Wang, tenor
- Shenyang, bass-baritone
- Tan Weiwei, Female Indigenous Singer
- Batubagen, Male Indigenous Singer
- Chen Yining, Fantan Pipa Soloist and Dancer
- Los Angeles Master Chorale
- Grant Gershon, Artistic Director
- Los Angeles Children's Chorus
- Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, Artistic Director
About this Performance
Following on the stunning success of his Water Passion after St. Matthew, Tan Dun (composer for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) has created another evening-length oratorio, this time based on stories inspired by the Dunhuang Cave paintings.
*The 100 for the 100th: Be Our Guest program provides community members with 100 free tickets to 100 concerts throughout the Centennial season. Tickets for tonight’s concert were generously underwritten by Terri and Jerry Kohl.
Enhance Your Experience
Inside the Music
Get an insider’s understanding! KUSC’s Brian Lauritzen offers a multimedia program designed to immerse you in the background of the music and its world. Don’t miss the pre-concert presentation at 7pm on stage.
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