With festivals exploring new creative voices as well as imaginative new presentations of music that has resonated for centuries, we invite you to join us...
Julian, the LA Phil’s Manager of Institutional Giving, shares his story for Transgender Awareness Week
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Welcome back to Walt Disney Concert Hall! Whether you’re chomping at the bit to see our artists finally return to the stage or dipping your...
An iconic feature of Walt Disney Concert Hall is the 6,134-pipe organ that towers above the rear of the stage, its external pipes often referred...
From arranging the hits to rearranging the cosmos, Mary Lou Williams left an indelible mark on jazz music. Here’s your guide to the music of...
Explore the incredible history of sisters Nadia and Lili Boulanger who had a profound impact on 20th-century music.
Florence had its princes, Egypt had its pharaohs, the City of Los Angeles had Dorothy Buffum Chandler.
Gustavo Dudamel leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the radical and inventive music of composer Charles Ives.
A conversation among composer Daníel Bjarnason, LA Phil Vice President of Artistic Planning Meghan Martineau, and new music supporter Justus Schlichting.
As a conductor and musician, Henry Lewis’ career offered a lifetime of firsts at the Los Angeles Philharmonic and beyond.
Los Angeles Philharmonic supporter Winnie Kho talks about how she first fell in love with classical music growing up in Singapore and the sanctuary she...
Explore the many musical sounds and styles of one of Mexico’s most celebrated composers.
Explore the music of a Romantic piano virtuoso with a distinct and overlooked composing voice.
Welcome to the LA Phil’s series on the meaningful relationship between music and health. With each story, we will feature a member of the LA...
Explore the music of an inventive Los Angeles-based composer.
Explore the many sounds and styles from the imaginative 20th-century Russian composer.
Explore the meticulous and exacting Impressionistic music world of Maurice Ravel.
Though our concert venues are silent, the LA Phil is announcing a number of new media partnerships and initiatives to keep the music going.
One of the greatest singers of his era faced racist critics and audiences abroad and was frequently barred from performing at all in the United...
We are so proud of and inspired by the 44 YOLA students who graduated this spring. These remarkable students have managed to maintain their musical...
USC student Polina Cherezova talked with innovative pianist Conrad Tao ahead of his Power to the People! festival concert.
The Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale goes in-depth on collaborating with the LA Phil.
Download these official LA Phil backgrounds to spice up your WFH.
Groundbreaking productions, world premieres, timeless favorites, and more.
Principal Guest Conductor of the LA Phil, Susanna Mälkki shares her thoughts on listening, power, and getting to the essence.
Daníel Bjarnason talks about writing a piece for three legendary conductors.
What has become a shared public art stop for concertgoers and Los Angeles tourists started as a personal connection between just two people: Frank Gehry...
In 1936, William Grant Still made history with the LA Phil.
Relive the magic and excitement of the orchestra's trip to Seoul.
Why do orchestras go to such extraordinary lengths to tour?
Zubin Mehta's long, influential path.
Look back at the first 10 years of Gustavo Dudamel's tenure as Music & Artistic Director in this video retrospective.
John Williams' relationship with the orchestra began a long time ago, in a venue not too far away.
Founded in 1919 and the summer home of the LA Phil since 1922, the Hollywood Bowl has played a starring role in film, and film...
Read about the three incredible days and then download the eBook available in both English and Spanish.
The LA Phil's history of performing and presenting jazz music goes back to the dawn of the Jazz Age itself.
A brief history of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute.
With ATLAS, the LA Phil's Artist-Collaborator fulfills a dream of finally staging the work that ignited his passion.
While in Los Angeles, Stravinsky became a frequent conductor of the LA Phil both downtown and at the Hollywood Bowl.
A conversation with Gustavo Dudamel and YOLA student Liliana Morales, featured in the "LA Phil 100 Past/Forward" book.
Frank Gehry speaks with journalist Reed Johnson about how he might approach designing Walt Disney Concert Hall differently today, as well as what the future...
The MacArthur Fellow looks back on his three years as LA Phil Artist-Collaborator.
The innovative staging of Shakespearean works, the music of the Finnish master, and the unique role of the Principal Guest Conductor are all important parts...
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