BREATHEWATCHLISTENTOUCH: The Work and Music of Yoko Ono
Throughout this exceptional evening at Walt Disney Concert Hall, both Ono’s art and music will be performed by an ensemble of special guests in a concert-length celebration of her 60-plus-year career.
Learn more about Fluxus Festival
- Sudan Archives
- Amber Coffman
- Shruti Kumar
- La Marisoul
- Madame Gandhi
- Shirley Manson
- St. Vincent
- Nina McNeely
- Kamil Oshundara
- Francisca Valenzuela
- We Are KING
- Produced in partnership with Girlschool LA
About This Performance
Yoko Ono is one of the most influential artistic figures of the 20th century. Her works as both a performance artist and a musician have not only helped to shape both media in the ensuing years, but have also had wider reverberations in society at large. Her work is conceptually bold and politically confrontational, but it’s delivered to her audience with a lyrical touch – one informed by her dedication to peace and spirituality – giving it a great sense of warmth and humanity.
BREATHEWATCHLISTENTOUCH takes its name from Ono’s Dance Piece X, a Fluxus score that commands the performer to
and move between
and the Sky.”
Visit fluxuslaphil.tumblr.com, where essays by prominent artists and scholars on aspects of the Fluxus movement and documentation of festival events will be posted throughout the LA Phil's 2018/19 season.
Enhance Your Experience
Imagine Grapefruits: An Idea Exchange Market - 6:30pm in various spaces throughout WDCH
Imagine Grapefruits is a pre-concert marketplace of ideas where a wide scope of local arts programs, DJs, book presses, and artist collectives led by people of color, women, and non-binary creators will be on hand to share their work – and show off the scope of the scene. Show up early and be part of the conversation!
Produced in partnership with Girlschool LA • Founded by Anna Bulbrook in 2016, Girlschool is a music festival and creative community with a mission: to celebrate, connect, and lift women-identified artists, leaders, and voices. This is the LA Phil’s first collaboration with Girlschool.
In partnership with the Getty Research Institute
Photo credit: © Clay Perry, England & Co Gallery
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.