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The New York Times calls Traces a "fix of pure urban adrenaline and mad, pulse-raising magic."
It was Mozart who brought Beaumarchais’ subversive French comedy (set in Seville!) to Lorenzo Da Ponte for their first collaboration. Da Ponte turned the play into a libretto in six weeks, rewriting it in poetic Italian and removing all of the original’s political references. It became one of Mozart’s greatest successes and endures as a model of what a comic opera can be, LOL funny and also profoundly wise and moving.
A stellar international cast in Mozart’s sparkling comedy.
The production set is designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, with costumes by couturier Azzedine Alaïa.
A passionate prima donna is forced to play a role she never imagined when she becomes trapped between her allegiance to her rebel lover and the scheming of a treacherous police chief who will stop at nothing in his lust for her.
Mozart’s “other” Sinfonia concertante, for four wind soloists, reminds us of the skillfulness with which the composer utilized these instruments in his extraordinary serenades and divertimentos; he even called on them as a choir of extra voices in his mature piano concertos. Here they become the focus of his, and our, attention.
Mozart and Mendelssohn from Gustavo Dudamel.
The emotionally highly charged chaconne for strings that Penderecki added to his Polish Requiem in memory of Pope John Paul II.
Get fresh at Grand Park! Grand Park’s Marketplace comes alive with locally grown produce, fresh flowers and prepared food vendors!
Feed your soul during lunchtime with food trucks and live music on Grand Park’s performance lawn. Lunchtime concerts are the perfect way to spend a Downtown LA afternoon.
Gather together with family and friends to experience the beautiful soaring beats of local and international artists in the heart of Downtown LA.
In keeping with the spirit of The Marriage of Figaro and the Mozart/Da Ponte Trilogy, the final chamber music program features nothing but music by Salzburg’s favorite son.
At age 49 Brahms was so depressed that he told his publisher to expect nothing more. That summer, however, he wrote his Third Symphony, a work of characteristic conflict and resolution that ends with an utterly personal vision of bittersweet resignation and twilight serenity.
One of Spain’s most distinguished conductors, who scored a hit in his LA Phil debut at the Hollywood Bowl.