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What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: Lunar New Year Fest, Pasadena Cheeseburger Week, Sounds of L.A.

Plus, Los Angeles Philharmonic performs an enthralling concert series at the Walt Disney Concert Hall
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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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Yuval Sharon Ends a Three-Year L.A. Phil Tenure with ATLAS, His Most Ambitious Project Yet

The MacArthur Genius transports Meredith Monk’s nearly wordless opera through time and space
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How a Local Brewery Created a Beer Worthy of the L.A. Phil’s Centennial Season

Musicians serenaded the vats at Los Angeles Ale Works' Hawthorne brewery
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The L.A. Phil Is Bringing Stanley Kubrick’s Affinity for Orchestral Music to Life

Over Thanksgiving weekend, the Phil tries something new: exploring classic music through a film director
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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

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

Pictures at an Exhibition with Dudamel

Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the L.A. Phil present Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition