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With Gustavo Dudamel conducting four of these eight fascinating programs, you’re in for a real treat on your Sunday afternoons. Norman, Bruckner, Knussen, Beethoven, Strauss, Hindemith, Weill, Fauré, and Duruflé are just some of the superb composers you’ll experience. 

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Dudamel Conducts Music from the Americas

Rousing music by Carlos Chávez, Esteban Benzecry, and Aaron Copland

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Program

    • CHÁVEZ

    Symphony No. 2, "Sinfonía India"

    • Esteban BENZECRY

    Piano Concerto, “Universos infinitos” (world premiere, LA Phil commission)

  • Intermission

    • COPLAND

    Fanfare for the Common Man

    • COPLAND

    Rodeo

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Sergio Tiempo, piano
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Dudamel Conducts Bruckner

Experience an epic Romantic symphony led by Dudamel.

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Program

    • Andrew NORMAN

    Sustain (LA Phil commission)

  • Intermission

    • BRUCKNER

    Symphony No. 4, “Romantic”

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
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Beethoven’s “Eroica”

Mälkki leads a concerto of our time and a symphony for all time.

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Program

    • KNUSSEN

    Flourish with Fireworks

    • KNUSSEN

    Violin Concerto

  • Intermission

    • BEETHOVEN

    Symphony No. 3, “Eroica”

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Susanna Mälkki, conductor
  • Leila Josefowicz, violin
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All-Strauss

Classic Strauss symphonic poems come to life!

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Program

    • STRAUSS

    Don Quixote

  • Intermission

    • STRAUSS

    Ein Heldenleben (A Hero’s Life)

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Philippe Jordan, conductor
  • Gautier Capuçon, cello
  • Teng Li, viola
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Weimar Nightfall: The Seven Deadly Sins

Vibrant musical theater from the Weimar Republic.

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Program

    • HINDEMITH

    Murderer, Hope of Women

    • WEILL/BRECHT

    The Berlin Requiem

    • WEILL/BRECHT

    The Seven Deadly Sins

  • No Intermission

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor
  • Simon McBurney, director
  • Gerard McBurney, music consultant/dramaturge
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Grant Gershon, artistic director
  • Anna Fleischle, production designer
  • Will Duke, video designer
  • Paul Anderson, lighting designer
  • Frederick Vogler, sound designer
  • Leah Hausman, movement director/choreographer
  • Sasha Milavic Davies, associate director
  • Hannah Whitley, text and image consultant
  • Sharon Zhu, executive producer
  • Nora Fischer, soprano
  • Madeleine Bradbury Rance, soprano
  • Alaysha Fox, soprano
  • Lacey Jo Benter, soprano
  • Sarah Beaty, mezzo-soprano
  • Peter Hoare, tenor
  • Simon Bode, tenor
  • Christopher Purves, baritone
  • Jarrett Ott, baritone
  • Jorge Arbert, actor
  • Scott Rad Brown, actor
  • Jay Dunn, actor
  • Chihiro Kawasaki, actor
  • Brandon Mathis, actor
  • Jobel Medina, actor
  • Maxime Nourissat, actor
  • Gabriella Schmidt, actor
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(Canceled) Requiems: Fauré & Duruflé

Experience the solace and beauty of these exquisite French Requiems.

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Program

    • FAURÉ

    Requiem, Op. 48 (1893 version)

  • Intermission

    • DURUFLÉ

    Requiem, Op. 9 (1961 version)

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Bernard Labadie, conductor
  • Lydia Teuscher, soprano
  • Julie Boulianne, mezzo-soprano
  • Jean-François Lapointe, baritone
  • Thomas Annand, organ
  • La Chapelle de Québec
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(Canceled) Dudamel Conducts Mozart & Mehldau

Hear Mehldau’s latest concerto between Mozart masterworks.

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Program

    • MOZART

    Overture to Don Giovanni

    • Brad MEHLDAU

    Piano Concerto (U.S. premiere, LA Phil commission)

    • MOZART

    Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Brad Mehldau, piano
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(Canceled) Gustavo Conducts Gurrelieder

Dudamel presides over a massive expression of tragic love.

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Program

    • SCHOENBERG

    Gurrelieder

  • No Intermission

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Christiane Libor, soprano (Tove)
  • Jennifer Johnson Cano, Wood Dove
  • Simon O'Neill, tenor (Waldemar)
  • Hubert Francis, Klaus the Fool
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Grant Gershon, artistic director