Almost everyone has a story about the Bowl. Maybe it was the first place you ever saw a concert—or fireworks. Or it was the highlight...
John Williams’ historic association with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl is legendary. You’re sure to find more than one of your favorite...
Welcome to the Hollywood Bowl! Whether the Bowl is as inseparable from your summer as lemonade, or you're checking us out for the first time,...
For the Bowl's centennial celebration, we've asked people who have been part of the Bowl’s history to share what it means to them...
The Oscar winner takes us inside his process
Everything you need to know about how we’re celebrating 100 years of summer
The Grammy® winner’s new concert film features new orchestral arrangements at the Hollywood Bowl.
The Hollywood Bowl isn’t just the LA Phil’s summer home. It’s your summer home, too.
The singer and producer on how it all came together
For five decades, the First Lady of Song filled the Hollywood Bowl with her incomparable presence and left a lasting mark on the landscapes of...
Dudamel leads the world premiere of Gonzalo Grau’s beautiful Odisea concerto for Venezuelan cuatro and orchestra.
Explore videos, essays, and more on the Sound/Stage website. Tune in to Season 3!
Kamasi Washington performs an excerpt from his original score to BECOMING: An intimate portrait of Michelle Obama – a new documentary based on the former...
Gustavo Dudamel leads the LA Phil in the closing movement of Maurice Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite.
Gustavo Dudamel hosts the six-episode series highlighting unforgettable performances from the past 10 years at the Hollywood Bowl.
Though our concert venues are silent, the LA Phil is announcing a number of new media partnerships and initiatives to keep the music going.
As a concert encore from the Hollywood Bowl, Gustavo Dudamel conducts John Philip Sousa's march "The Liberty Bell," which has featured everywhere from presidential inaugurations...
Performing “Heaven” and “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands”
Conductor Juanjo Mena leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the "Aquarium" movement of Camille Saint-Saëns Carnival of the Animals, featuring pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque.
Gustavo Dudamel leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the first movement of Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony at the Hollywood Bowl on August 21, 2018.
Thomas Lauderdale’s big band captivates the Bowl.
Gustavo Dudamel leads the LA Phil at the Bowl in the final movement of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4.
Created in partnership with the LA Phil, KCRW’s World Festival has been bringing in an eclectic array of artists from across the globe to the...
Gustavo Dudamel leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic in "Mars" from Gustav Holst's The Planets.
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic in selections from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake.
Selection from the final movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
Three young finalists took to the Hollywood Bowl stage with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Ray Chen.
Watch the group open their 2017 concert at the Hollywood Bowl.
Conductor Emertirus Zubin Mehta leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Los Angeles Philharmonic Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel talks about his first concert at the Hollywood Bowl more than a decade ago and the...
The legendary trumpeter's final performance came at the Hollywood Bowl on August 25, 1991.
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...
As thousands of Angelenos pour into the Hollywood Bowl, most will pass beneath the kind and watchful gaze of the three muses, perched atop a...
John Williams' relationship with the orchestra began a long time ago, in a venue not too far away.
In 1936, William Grant Still made history with the LA Phil.
Why do orchestras go to such extraordinary lengths to tour?
Zubin Mehta's long, influential path.
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...
The LA Phil's history of performing and presenting jazz music goes back to the dawn of the Jazz Age itself.
While in Los Angeles, Stravinsky became a frequent conductor of the LA Phil both downtown and at the Hollywood Bowl.
H.E.R. and musician and arranger Derrick Hodge sit down to talk about how they brought her music to the Bowl for a pair of stunning...
Hear cuts from some of our favorite boundary pushers
Choice cuts from the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra’s Principal Conductor.
From Blue Note jazz to funk to futuristic synthesizers, explore the tirelessly innovative career of the LA Phil's Creative Chair for Jazz, Herbie Hancock.
From classical nights with the LA Phil to Weekend Spectaculars with massive stars, here’s who’s playing the Bowl this summer. ***Please note: The Hollywood...
Screenwriter and director Reginald Hudlin and Grammy-winning musician Marcus Miller talk about the cinema, music, and how they put the Black Movie Soundtrack evening together.
Get down with Nile Rodgers & CHIC – and some of the greatest songs of the disco era.
Watch as Gustavo Dudamel shares his vision for a world in which young people are enriched by music education.
Our Music & Artistic Director shines in his recordings with the orchestra.
Gustavo Dudamel talks about what, exactly, he’s doing on stage.
YOLA’s Lili Morales remembers her first time on stage at the Hollywood Bowl.
Look back at the first 10 years of Gustavo Dudamel's tenure as Music & Artistic Director in this video retrospective.
A conversation with Gustavo Dudamel and YOLA student Liliana Morales, featured in the "LA Phil 100 Past/Forward" book.
Jazz and Gender Equity, Dianne Reeves and Terri Lyne Carrington hash out what it means to be a woman playing jazz in 2021.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and Gustavo Dudamel reflect on what CDMX means to them.
Paul Souza of Pyro Spectaculars sparks our imagination.
Watch as 96 YOLA musicians joined the LA Phil on tour in Mexico City.
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