Los Angeles Philharmonic

Don’t Miss “At Home with Esa-Pekka” | Tonight 6PM PT/9PM ET

Don’t Miss “At Home with Esa-Pekka” | Tonight 6PM PT/9PM ET

Join Esa-Pekka Salonen, renowned Finnish conductor, on KUSC for a one-hour program of his favorite music. Tune in Tuesday-Friday, 6-7 PM PT.

At Home With
04/29/2020
Previewing the LA Phil’s Survey of the Weimar Republic

Previewing the LA Phil’s Survey of the Weimar Republic

The LA Philharmonic explores the Weimar Republic era with performances, art exhibits, and a film event featuring "Pandora’s Box". Esa Pekka-Salonen conducts.

German Music
02/11/2020
Introducing the New CEO of the LA Phil

Introducing the New CEO of the LA Phil

Chad Smith, former COO and longtime staffer of the LA Phil, has been appointed as the new CEO, following the sudden departure of Simon Woods.

Los Angeles Philharmonic
10/02/2019
Preview the LA Phil’s Season Opener with Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet

Preview the LA Phil’s Season Opener with Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet

LA Phil's fall season opens with an all-American concert conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, featuring works by Barber, Previn, Copland, and Gershwin performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet. Tune in live on KUSC, Oct 4th, 8PM.

Gustavo Dudamel
10/01/2019
Yuval Sharon Directs “One of the Most Important American Operas Ever Written” with the LA Phil

Yuval Sharon Directs “One of the Most Important American Operas Ever Written” with the LA Phil

MacArthur grantee Yuval Sharon directs Meredith Monks' opera, Atlas, at Walt Disney Concert Hall on June 11, 12, and 14. The production caps Sharon's three-year residency with LA Phil.

Guide to Opera
06/17/2019
When A Who’s Who of Contemporary Composers/Musicians Took Over Disney Hall

When A Who’s Who of Contemporary Composers/Musicians Took Over Disney Hall

This article explores the LA Phil's revival of the Fluxus art movement, featuring interviews with composers Christopher Rountree, George Lewis, and others at the Noon to Midnight event.

Los Angeles Philharmonic
06/12/2019

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