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After a Decade, Will Gustavo Dudamel Stay at the L.A. Phil or Leave on a High Note?

As the boundary-busting conductor celebrates his 10th year at the L.A. Philharmonic, some wonder whether the symphony can hold on to its charismatic star
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L.A. Phil Is Celebrating 100 Years with a Massive Birthday Party Bike Ride

The eight-mile street fest will have performers from Katy Perry and Kali Uchis to Herbie Hancock and the USC marching band
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The Communal Experience of Going to the Symphony for the First Time

Classical music is not for everyone. Neither is Sublime

How L.A. Is Celebrating Leonard Bernstein’s 100th Birthday

The composer and conductor—who died in 1990—was more than a musician

The Five Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

We'll meet you at the apple orchard

The 8 Performances Everyone Needs to Catch During The L.A. Phil’s 99th Season

Hard to go wrong with any of them, but we’re especially excited about these

Venezuela’s President Has Blocked Gustavo Dudamel’s Youth Orchestra from Playing in the U.S.

The L.A. Phil director now finds himself playing on the political stage

12 Stellar Things to Do This Weekend, 6/2

Cruise the Highway to the Danger Zone, for one (see what we did there?)