Review: Benjamin Millepied's 'Romeo and Juliet,' this time at the Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles Times
It is much too early to come down with the Hollywood Bowl blues, this second week of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s summer season. Yet on a seemingly innocuous Tuesday, the iconic amphitheater was already
Bastille Day California Philharmonic presents a French-themed program that includes Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3, “Organ Symphony,” plus Berlioz’s “Symphonie Fantastique” and selections from the Broadway
If there is a single takeaway from the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s centennial season, technically completed last month but now bleeding into summer, it is that a symphony orchestra can be and do pretty
When Thomas Adès refers to “Inferno,” his new orchestral work for ballet, as a showstopper, it’s not hyperbole. At its concert premiere via the L.A. Philharmonic at Walt Disney Concert Hall in May, the
Watching Refik Anadol’s work — what he calls “machine hallucinations” — can make you feel a little like your mind is melting. Anadol creates stories using curated generative adversarial networks, a process
Construction is ramping up on a major mixed-use development in Downtown designed by Frank Gehry. Over the weekend, the one of two concrete pours was completed at The Grand, laying down the foundation the
SoCal classical music listings, June 23-30: Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, California Philharmonic and more
The Central Park Five Long Beach Opera stages Anthony Davis’ new musical docudrama about the five teenagers in New York City wrongly convicted of a shocking 1989 crime they did not commit. Warner Grand
The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s 100th season began late September with good vibrations and radiant light. In Walt Disney Concert Hall, a gala with Gustavo Dudamel conducting the orchestra and Los Angeles
Ludovico Einaudi The Italian pianist and composer performs. Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., L.A. Sun., 7:30 p.m. $45-$350. (323) 850-2000. laphil.com La Traviata LA Opera puts an Art Deco-style
LOS ANGELES — In some ways, Meredith Monk’s “Atlas,” which the Los Angeles Philharmonic is presenting in a lavishly glowing production through Friday, is as traditional as opera gets. It has arias, duets,
When given its world premiere by Houston Grand Opera in 1991, “Atlas” was a Meredith Monk opera. In other words, an intrepid novelty for an opera house. This exploration of a woman’s spiritual journey,
Yuval Sharon, the 39-year-old director and MacArthur fellow who rocked Los Angeles by staging one opera amid the hustle and bustle of Union Station (“Invisible Cities”) only to follow it up with another
The Canterbury Tales: A Pilgrimage in Song Jouyssance Early Music Ensemble explores Chaucer’s classic tome with works by French, Italian and English composers from the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
For $9 you could park all day under Walt Disney Concert Hall. For around $20 you got lunch from a food truck out front and a chance to snag one of the last cans of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s rare beer.