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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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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

The New York Times Calls the L.A. Phil the Most Important Orchestra in America

Your must-read (that someone else wrote) of the day

The L.A. Chamber Orchestra is Trying Something Very Different to Create New Music

The group is premiering a 26-year-old composer's work next week

My LA to Z: Chris Wood

Containment star Chris Wood talks heavenly Tonnarelli alla Norcina, daydreaming about crab rolls, and his quest for success at Escape Room L.A.

Brian Stokes Mitchell and the LA Phil Take You on a Sonic Ride Through Broadway with In Character

The Tony-winning star of Ragtime and Kiss Me, Kate promises an eclectic performance
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6 Awesome Things to Do This Weekend, 9/4

Hanging with E.T. at the Bowl is just one fun way to spend the Labor Day holiday

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The piece premiered 31 years ago at the opening of the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

L.A. Phil Extends Contract With Gustavo Dudamel

Dudamel will also step in as the L.A. Phil's Artistic Director