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  • Esa-Pekka Salonen to carry Olympic torch for London Games

     
    Esa-Pekka Salonen is scheduled to carry the Olympic torch for one mile on July 26, the next-to-last day of the flame's journey to its destination in London....
  • Music review: James Gaffigan's Los Angeles Philharmonic debut

     
    Mark Swed reviews the Los Angeles Philharmonic debut of James Gaffigan, the latest impressive young conductor on a career fast-track to drop by Walt Disney Concert Hall....
  • Music review: Osmo Vanska in his Los Angeles Philharmonic debut

     
    Mark Swed reviews Osmo Vänskä's debut with Los Angeles Philharmonic and the L.A. premiere of Kalevi Aho's Clarinet Concerto with the flashy Martin Fröst as soloist....
  • Influences: Violinist Leila Josefowicz

     
    Violinist Leila Josefowicz, who performs with the Los Angeles Philharmonic this weekend, as part of a concert dubbed "Adams Conducts Adams and Glass," speaks about her influences....
  • L.A. Phil concerts with Dudamel, Salonen, others will air on KUSC

     
    A new series of broadcasts featuring the Los Angeles Philharmonic in concert will be heard on classical music station KUSC-FM (91.5) beginning this weekend....
  • Music review: The L.A. Phil plays John Adams and Philip Glass

     
    Philip Glass’ big, new Ninth Symphony is late Glass at his most momentous, a significant symphony. Chalk up another one for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, which was a co-commissioner of the Ninth and which gave the West Coast premiere at Walt...
  • Music review: Pablo Heras-Casado, Martin Chalifour and L.A. Phil

     
    Richard S. Ginell reviews Pablo Heras-Casado leading the Los Angeles Philharmonic and violinist Martin Chalifour at Walt Disney Concert Hall....
  • Grant Gershon's iPod playlist

     
    Grant Gershon, the music director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, is celebrating 10 years with the renowned vocal ensemble this season. The conductor is particularly admired for his diverse approach to programming. “Grant Gershon is a model of a........
  • Deborah Borda, the other power behind the L.A. Phil's podium

     
    Ever since the Los Angeles Philharmonic recruited him to be its new music director, the 29-year-old Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel has been the most conspicuous face in the classical music world. But there's a far less conspicuous presence whom...
  • Music review: Gustavo Dudamel and Emanuel Ax play the classics at Disney Hall

     
    Despite the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s reputation for breaking the mold of the old-fashioned orchestra, and despite Gustavo Dudamel’s image as a conductor tuned in to the changeable 21st century, conventional concerts of classics remain a (if no...
  • Critic's Notebook: Mehta, Guilini, Previn and Salonen are still with us, via disc and page

     
    Remember last season when a certain French flutist from the Chicago Symphony who, flirting with a position in the Los Angeles Philharmonic before decamping back to his old band, derided our lack of tradition in the playing? Well the Gustavo......
  • Gustavo Dudamel to perform at Olympics festival in June

    Gustavo Dudamel to perform at Olympics festival in June
    Gustavo Dudamel will make a few appearances this summer as part of the London 2012 Festival, the large-scale cultural celebration running parallel to the Olympic Games. Dudamel will perform with the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela at a June...