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Tchaikovsky and Saariaho with Mälkki

Experience Tchaikovsky’s beloved concerto in the powerful hands of pianist Beatrice Rana, and Susanna Mälkki leads new music by Saariaho.

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Program

  • Kaija SAARIAHO Vista (U.S. premiere, LA Phil commission with generous support from Carol Grigor and the Esa-Pekka Salonen Commissions Fund)
  • TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No. 1
  • Intermission
  • SCRIABIN The Poem of Ecstasy

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Susanna Mälkki, conductor
  • Beatrice Rana, piano
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Mozart and Ravel

Sunwook Kim performs a crowd-pleasing Mozart concerto surrounded by three Ravel favorites.

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Program

  • RAVEL Menuet antique
  • MOZART Piano Concerto No. 21, K. 467
  • Intermission
  • RAVEL Le tombeau de Couperin
  • RAVEL Bolero

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Matthias Pintscher, conductor
  • Sunwook Kim, piano
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Beethoven and Julia Adolphe

Julia Adolphe’s much anticipated violin concerto precedes Beethoven’s celebration of dance rhythms.

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Program

  • Nokuthula NGWENYAMA Primal Message
  • Julia ADOLPHE Woven Loom, Silver Spindle (world premiere, LA Phil commission)
  • Intermission
  • BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Xian Zhang, conductor
  • Martin Chalifour, violin
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Symphonic Ellington: Sacred Concerts

Thomas Wilkins leads the LA Phil in Ellington’s spiritual Sacred Concerts, which the composer called the most important music he ever wrote, as well as his narrative history of Black America, Black, Brown & Beige.

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Program

  • Duke ELLINGTON (ARR. PERESS) Black, Brown & Beige
  • Duke ELLINGTON (ARR. GOULD) Solitude
  • Intermission
  • ELLINGTON “David Danced” from the Sacred Concerts (Chloé Arnold and Loren Smith)
  • ELLINGTON Selections from the Sacred Concerts
  • “Ain’t But the One” (Gene Noble, soloist)
  • “Tell Me It’s the Truth” (Kyla Jade, soloist)
  • “Heaven” (Sy Smith, soloist)
  • “Something Bout Believing” (Aja Grant, soloist)
  • “My Love” (Aretha Scruggs, soloist)
  • “Ain’t Nobody Nowhere without God” (Jamal Moore, soloist)
  • “The Majesty of God” (Ashley Támar, soloist)

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
  • Chloé Arnold, choreographer and dancer
  • Aretha Scruggs, soprano
  • Ashley Támar, soprano
  • Amy Keys, soprano
  • Sy Smith, alto
  • Kyla Jade, alto
  • Aja Grant, alto
  • Loren Smith, tenor
  • Derrick Evans, tenor
  • Jeremy Keith, tenor
  • Gene Noble, bass
  • Jamal Moore, bass
  • Brandon Coleman, bass
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Hilary Hahn Plays Barber

One of the leading violinists of our time performs Samuel Barber’s post-Romantic concerto, and Paavo Järvi leads Dvořák’s magnificent Seventh.

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Program

  • Arvo PÄRT Silhouette
  • BARBER Violin Concerto, Op. 14
  • Intermission
  • DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 7

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Paavo Järvi, conductor
  • Hilary Hahn, violin
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Mehta Conducts Bruckner and Berg

The LA Phil’s beloved Conductor Emeritus leads Bruckner’s final, unfinished masterwork.

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Program

  • BERG Violin Concerto
  • Intermission
  • BRUCKNER Symphony No. 9

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Zubin Mehta, conductor
  • Vilde Frang, violin
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Dudamel Conducts The Rite of Spring

Dudamel leads music from two powerful ballets, Ginastera’s Argentine gaucho-inspired work and Stravinsky’s revolutionary evocation of primitive Russia.

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Program

  • Alex NANTE El Rió de Luz (world premiere, LA Phil commission)
  • GINASTERA Estancia
  • Intermission
  • STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Gustavo Castillo, baritone/narrator
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Dudamel Conducts Beethoven’s 9th

Experience Dudamel as he leads the ultimate symphony of celebration, humanity, and joy.

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Program

  • Gonzalo GARRIDO-LECCA Esperanza (world premiere, LA Phil commission)
  • Francisco CORTÉS-ÁLVAREZ La Serpiente de Colores (The Multicolored Snake) (world premiere, LA Phil commission)
  • Intermission
  • BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Jeanine De Bique, soprano
  • Taylor Raven, mezzo-soprano
  • Issachah Savage, tenor
  • José Antonio López, bass
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Grant Gershon, Artistic Director
  • Jenny Wong, Associate Artistic Director