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A trio of performances from Dudamel – including Mahler’s massive Symphony No. 8 – anchor this dynamic series, which also includespremieres from Philip Glass and Christopher Cerrone, as well as MTT conducting Tchaikovsky & Ives.

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Romeo & Juliet

Innovative choreographer Benjamin Millepied joins Gustavo Dudamel and the orchestra for Prokofiev’s acclaimed work.

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Program

  • PROKOFIEV Romeo and Juliet, complete ballet, Op. 64

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Benjamin Millepied, choreographer
  • L.A. Dance Project
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Cameron Carpenter Plays Saint-Saëns

The iconoclastic organist takes on the famed composer’s crushing power chords.

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Program

  • Christopher CERRONE The Insects Became Magnetic (World premiere, LA Phil commission with generous support from Elizabeth and Justus Schlichting)
  • POULENC Organ Concerto
  • Intermission
  • SAINT-SAËNS Symphony No. 3, “Organ”

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Roderick Cox, conductor
  • Cameron Carpenter, organ
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Tchaikovsky & Ives with MTT

Michael Tilson Thomas takes on Tchaikovsky’s urgent pathos and Ives’ wild, no-holds-barred invention.

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Program

  • TCHAIKOVSKY Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture
  • TCHAIKOVSKY Variations on a Rococo Theme
  • Intermission
  • IVES A Symphony: New England Holidays

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
  • Gautier Capuçon, cello
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Grant Gershon, Artistic Director
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Adams & Glass

Conductor John Adams leads a world premiere by his fellow composer Philip Glass to celebrate our Centennial.

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Program

  • Gabriella SMITH Tumblebird Contrails
  • John ADAMS Grand Pianola Music
  • Intermission
  • Philip GLASS Symphony No. 12, Lodger, lyrics by David Bowie and Brian Eno (world premiere, LA Phil commission with generous support from Lenore S. and Bernard A. Greenberg)

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • John Adams, conductor
  • Marc-André Hamelin, piano
  • Orli Shaham, piano
  • Angélique Kidjo, vocalist
  • James McVinnie, organ
  • Zanaida Robles, soprano
  • Holly Sedillos, soprano
  • Kristen Toedtman, mezzo-soprano
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William Grant Still & the Harlem Renaissance: Symphony No. 4

Jazz and orchestral music intermingle in a fitting tribute to the dean of African-American composers.

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Program

  • ELLINGTON Three Black Kings
  • GERSHWIN Second Rhapsody
  • Intermission
  • Adolphus HAILSTORK Still Holding On (world premiere, LA Phil commission)
  • STILL Symphony No. 4, "Autochthonous"

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
  • Aaron Diehl, piano
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Salonen’s Stravinsky: Faith

Don’t miss this unique performance of the master’s sacred vocal works!

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Program

  • STRAVINSKY Requiem Canticles; Introitus (TS Eliot in Memoriam); In memoriam Dylan Thomas; Mass; Elegy for JFK; Chorale Variations on “Vom Himmel hoch, da komm’ ich her”; Cantata
  • No Intermission

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor
  • Andrew Staples, tenor
  • Kelley O’Connor, mezzo-soprano
  • Davóne Tines, bass-baritone
  • Heidi Stober, soprano
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Grant Gershon, Artistic Director
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Dudamel Conducts Mozart and Adès

Dudamel leads an exhilarating combination of Mozart and Adès.

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Program

  • MOZART Symphony No. 41, "Jupiter"
  • MOZART Violin Concerto No. 1, K. 207
  • Intermission
  • Thomas ADÈS Dante (U.S. premiere, LA Phil commission with generous support from the Lenore S. and Bernard A. Greenberg Fund)

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Michael Barenboim, violin
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Dudamel Conducts Mahler’s Eighth

Feel the energy when Gustavo Dudamel ignites the monumental and explosive "Symphony of a Thousand".

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Program

  • MAHLER Symphony No. 8

Artists

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
  • Tamara Wilson, soprano
  • Leah Crocetto, soprano
  • Erin Morley, soprano
  • Mihoko Fujimura, mezzo-soprano
  • Tamara Mumford, mezzo-soprano
  • Simon O’Neill, tenor
  • Ryan McKinny, baritone
  • Morris Robinson, bass
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Grant Gershon, Artistic Director
  • Pacific Chorale
  • Robert Istad, Artistic Director
  • Los Angeles Children’s Chorus
  • Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, Artistic Director
  • National Children’s Chorus
  • Luke McEndarfer, Artistic Director