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As we prepare to reopen, the health and safety of our audiences, artists, and staff is our top priority. We are committed to ensuring that you have an exceptional experience with confidence in the policies and procedures designed to keep you and your friends and family safe.

In the coming weeks, we will be sharing more information about the LA Phil’s 2021/22 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Learn more about the LA Phil’s plans for this summer at the Hollywood Bowl and The Ford.

The following events in the 2020/21 season have been canceled:

Sep 22  Opening Night Concert & Gala
Sep 25-27 Mahler 6 with Dudamel
Sep 27  A Moodswing Reunion
Sep 29  Adams and Norman
Oct 1-4 Dudamel Conducts Norman and Ginastera
Oct 9  Supernova
Oct 11  RY X with Orchestra
Oct 13  Snarky Puppy
Oct 14  City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (previously canceled)
Oct 15-17 Dudamel Conducts Strauss
Oct 30, Nov 1, 5 & 7 The Tristan Project
Oct 31  Halloween Organ & Film
Nov 6 & 8 Salonen Conducts Prometheus
Nov 8 Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Nov 11 Ólafur Arnalds
Nov 12 Stuttgart Bach Akademie (previously canceled)
Nov 13 Dudamel, Bernstein, and Negrón
Nov 14-15 Dudamel, Bernstein, and Marches for Our Time
Nov 19, 21-22 Nixon in China with Dudamel
Nov 28 Flamenco! Fiesta de la Bulería Jerez
Dec 1 All Beethoven
Dec 2 Batiashvili, Capuçon, and Thibaudet
Dec 4 Beethoven & Britten
Dec 5 & 12 Toyota Symphonies for Youth: The Composer Is Dead
Dec 5-6 Beethoven & Britten
Dec 8 Seong-Jin Cho
Dec 11-13 Sibelius’ Seventh
Dec 13 Ton Koopman
Dec 15 CeCe Winans, The Kingdom Choir
Dec 17 A Chanticleer Christmas
Dec 18-20 Baroque Christmas Celebration
Dec 19 Holiday Sing-Along
Dec 31 New Year’s Eve with Pink Martini
Jan 5 Chamber Music
Jan 7-10 Berlioz’ Romeo and Juliet
Jan 10  Emanuel Ax
Jan 15-16 Ravel & Michael Tilson Thomas
Jan 19  An Evening with Itzhak Perlman
Jan 22-24 Viotti Conducts Scheherazade
Jan 23 & 30 Toyota Symphonies for Youth – America: The Stories We Tell
Jan 24  Adam Pajan
Jan 28-31 Schumann & Nielsen
Feb 2 American Chamber Music
Feb 6 Carla Morrison and the LA Phil
Feb 7 Igor Levit

Feb 9           Voices of the Americas
Feb 10         Philharmonia Baroque
Feb 11-14    Stravinsky & Tchaikovsky
Feb 13         American Youth Symphony
Feb 14         James O’Donnell
Feb 16         KODO One Earth Tour 2021: Legacy
Feb 19-21    America: The Stories We Tell
Feb 26 & 28 John Adams’ Girls of the Golden West
Feb 27         Herbie Hancock
Feb 28         Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Mar 2           Adams Conducts Andriessen
Mar 4-6        Bronfman Plays Beethoven
Mar 9           Brass Spectacular
Mar 10         Il Pomo d'Oro
Mar 12-14    The Labèques, Muhly, and Dessner
Mar 16          Don’t Fear the Light
Mar 18-19     Yuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 1
Mar 20-21     Yuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 2
Mar 23          Chamber Music of the Iberian Peninsula
Mar 25-26     Yuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 3
Mar 27-28     Yuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 4
Apr 1-3         Verdi & Pergolesi with Dudamel
Apr 6            Adès Conducts
Apr 8-10       Dudamel Leads Adès’ Dante
Apr 10 & 17   Toyota Symphonies for Youth: A Room with Silver Sails
Apr 13           All Mozart
Apr 15-17      Mälkki Conducts Tchaikovsky's Fourth
Apr 18           SFJAZZ Collective & Lizz Wright
Apr 23 & 25   Pictures at an Exhibition with Mälkki
Apr 24           Noon to Midnight
Apr 24           Noon to Midnight: Barry and Wilde’s Salome
Apr 30-May 1 Shi-Yeon Sung Leads the LA Phil
May 2            Seoul Festival
May 4            New Sounds from Seoul
May 6-9         Beethoven & Bjarnason with Dudamel
May 11          Celebrating Martin Chalifour
May 13-16     Mahler 5 with Dudamel
May 21          Andy Shauf
May 22          Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra
May 28-30     Dudamel Conducts Ortiz and Revueltas
May 29 & June 5 Toyota Symphonies for Youth: Música de las Américas
May 30          Chelsea Chen
June 1           Chamber Music
June 3-6        Dudamel Leads Still, Price, and Gershwin
June 9            America: The Stories We Tell – History’s Persistent Voice



You do not need to do anything with your tickets at this time. As a result of the earlier fall cancellation, we have already moved all 2020/21 subscriptions into the 2021/22 season or returned your tickets at your earlier request. We’ve compiled answers to some common questions to help alleviate any confusion. Learn more here.

Create Your Own Package

Tickets for impacted concerts in your Create Your Own Package can be donated, returned for credit, or refunded.

We are here to answer any questions you may have and guide you through this process. Please contact us by email at or by phone at 323 850 2000 between 12pm and 6pm Monday through Friday. Due to heavy phone volume and reduced staff, we encourage you to contact us by email to avoid experiencing longer than normal wait times.


What is the LA Phil doing during this time?

The LA Phil is continuing to share its music online and on the air. In September we launched the first season of Sound/Stage, a series of short concert films recorded on the stage of the Hollywood Bowl. The second season of the series kicked off in early March. On January 15, In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl, which ran on KCET and PBS SoCal in the Los Angeles area this summer was given a national run. Our newest venue, The Ford launched a fully Digital 2020 Season featuring performances, workshops, and summits with some of Los Angeles’ most exciting artists. Check out our social media channels, websites, or sign up for a regular Watch & Listen email to get the latest performance videos, playlists, interviews, and more from the LA Phil.

How can I help?

Along with moving your subscription to 2021/22, please consider donating your tickets to help support the LA Phil and Learning programs like YOLA, which have continued to serve children in under-resourced communities throughout this crisis. Between the concert cancelations at Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl this year, the LA Phil has lost approximately $105M as a result of the pandemic. We need your support to help sustain our work during this period, as we continue to realize Music and Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel’s vision of music for all.

We will continue to closely monitor updates and recommended guidance from our public health experts during this unprecedented and fast-developing situation. From all of us at the LA Phil, stay safe and healthy, and we look forward to inviting you back to experience great music soon.

Play Your Part: Support the LA Phil and Hollywood Bowl

Today, we ask you to Play Your Part in helping the LA Phil reach that longed-for moment when we will return to our beloved venues.

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