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2022/23 SEASON

Before a baton gestures a downbeat or a single note is played, there are hundreds of journeys that lead to the concert hall. From an usher who has guided the audience for the past two decades to a couple sharing their first concert to the musician who has spent countless hours honing their craft—each night these personal histories blend into new stories that connect us. 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 for a season that is both timely and timeless.

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From left to right: David Allen Moore, Bing Wang, Teng Li, Gustavo Dudamel, Joseph Pereira, Matthew Howard, Emmanuel Ceysson, and Gloria Lum. Photo by Danny Clinch.

From left to right: David Allen Moore, Bing Wang, Teng Li, Gustavo Dudamel, Joseph Pereira, Matthew Howard, Emmanuel Ceysson, and Gloria Lum. Photo by Danny Clinch.


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Ticket Packages on Sale Now

Tickets for individual concerts will become available on August 23, 2022.

 

2022/23 Subscription Packages

Our curated subscription packages are a great way to experience the breadth of the LA Phil’s programming and enjoy exclusive benefits throughout the season. Packages start at $88.

Image: Los Angeles Philharmonic Bass Section. Photo by Danny Clinch.

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Create Your Own package (CYO)

Our Create Your Own option lets you bundle any group of three or more concerts to save money.

Image left to right: Wesley Sumpter, Sydney Adedamola, John Lofton, Gustavo Dudamel, Jarrett Threadgill, and Gabriela Peña-Kim. Photo by Danny Clinch.

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Our ticket packages offer the best value, combining curated sets of concerts (from three to eight) with insider perks, or allow you to create your own package of three or more concerts to save.

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Artists & Collaborators

Acclaimed orchestral artists, today’s leading composers, jazz masters, inventive songwriters, and brilliant musicians from around the world—they’re all coming to Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Tianyi Lu, conductor
Ziggy Marley
Susanna Mälkki, conductor
Esa-Pekka Salonen, composer & conductor
Rhiannon Giddens
John Adams, composer & conductor
Terence Blanchard, trumpet & composer
Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Roderick Cox, conductor

 

 

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Along with your subscription, we hope you will consider making a tax deductible donation to the LA Phil this year. Your generosity directly supports our musicians, guest artists, teachers, students, and staff, helping us bring music and inspiration to audiences across Southern California and around the world.

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