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Herbie Hancock & Los Angeles Philharmonic

Sat / Oct 13, 2018 - 8:00PM

It’s a night of epic improvisation with the master jazz innovator, who performs in collaboration with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil.

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    • City Noir
    • LA Phil commission
    • with generous support from the Lenore S. and Bernard A. Greenberg Fund
    • Intermission
    • Selections by Herbie Hancock with and without orchestra to be announced from the stage

About this Performance

Like the city he calls home, Herbie Hancock has played a profound role in the shaping of modern culture. He is part of the evolution of jazz and he continues to innovate with every concert. He’ll bring that future-facing vision to bear for a night of epic improvisations and mind-expanding zeal.

Pre-Concert Event
Before the show, stop by the LA Fest Lounge for free tastings of our LA Phil 100 beer, brewed in collaboration with L.A. Ale Works, and tunes from some of our favorite local artists. October 11 through 14 in BP Hall.

Keck Amphitheatre Installation
What: Ellen REID Oscillations: One Hundred Years and Forever (LA Phil commission, world premiere)
Where: Keck Amphitheatre
Visit an immersive sound and art installation in Keck Amphitheatre before this evening’s concert. Recorded performances can be heard starting at 7pm, or during the intermission.

Programs, artists, dates, prices, and availability subject to change.

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