About this Performance
The culmination of Dudamel’s unique look at Ives and Dvořák shows the individualistic American expanding his harmonic and rhythmic language even further in the stunningly complex Fourth Symphony. Dvořák’s final symphony was composed from Native-American and African-American source materials, from which he drew unforgettable melodies and dramatic harmonies that gelled into his most popular creation.See other concerts in this series
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Enhance Your Experience
Come early for the "Myth of the New World" multimedia presentation
Event starts at 7:00PM
Join Deborah O’Grady and Melinda Haas before this performance in BP Hall for a unique exploration of Dvořák's signature work, Symphony No. 9, “New World,” through the lens of myth as part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Dvořák / Ives festival.
FEB 20 – MAR 3 • 4 PROGRAMS, 2 EVENTS
Dudamel Explores Dvořák & Ives
On paper, Antonín Dvorák and Charles Ives couldn’t be more different. An immigrant with perspective on the melting pot and a radical homegrown maverick – each represents a part of the larger American story, and both composers drew on that experience in trying to define what makes American music American. Experience all four symphonies by Ives, in league with Dvořák’s masterful final three symphonies in this 2019/20 festival led by Dudamel with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.