Everything you need to know about how we’re celebrating 100 years of summer
There’s a seat waiting for you at the Hollywood Bowl! Whether you’re a seasoned expert or a first-time adventurer, explore our venue guide to get...
Florence had its princes, Egypt had its pharaohs, the City of Los Angeles had Dorothy Buffum Chandler.
The legendary trumpeter's final performance came at the Hollywood Bowl on August 25, 1991.
Intimidated by the wide world of wine? No need – let Hollywood Bowl Food + Wine’s Caroline Styne break it down for you.
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...
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...
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...
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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...
John Williams' relationship with the orchestra began a long time ago, in a venue not too far away.
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.
In 1936, William Grant Still made history with the LA Phil.
Why do orchestras go to such extraordinary lengths to tour?
Look back at the first 10 years of Gustavo Dudamel's tenure as Music & Artistic Director in this video retrospective.
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.
A conversation with Gustavo Dudamel and YOLA student Liliana Morales, featured in the "LA Phil 100 Past/Forward" book.
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