In celebration of the American maestro’s centennial, Gustavo Dudamel leads a program of some of Bernstein’s most beloved music.
Virtuosic violinist Augustin Hadelich shines in Sibelius’ Violin Concerto.
Learn the ways of the Force as John Williams’ iconic score is performed live-to-picture on the Bowl’s big screens!
The legendary violinist joins the LA Phil for Mendelssohn’s beloved violin concerto.
A pair of symphonies from one of the all-time greatest makes this a magical night in Hollywood.
A pair of Beethoven’s masterworks fill the Bowl on a magical night.
Matthias Pintscher leads the orchestra through the imaginative world of the British composer’s masterpiece.
Our Music & Artistic Director presents a Christmas classic in mid-summer!
Orff’s powerful cantata fills the Bowl on a summer night. O Fortuna!
Jean-Yves Thibaudet joins the orchestra as piano soloist in Bernstein’s "Age of Anxiety."
Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto comes to life with precision and power, at the hands of soloist Khatia Buniatishvili.
Two thrilling pieces by the Norwegian master show off the versatility of the orchestra on this special night.
For the first time on the West Coast, John Williams’ iconic score is performed live-to-picture on the Bowl’s big screens!
The always-thrilling Sergio Tiempo returns for a sparkling take on Chopin’s Romantic classic.
Haydn’s expansive First Cello Concerto is bookended by a pair of lyrical pieces from Schubert.
Rising stars Speranza Scappucci and Ray Chen join forces for Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
The orchestra shines in Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony and works by Saint-Saëns.
The beloved icon examines the joy, passion, and spirit of the Iberian Peninsula.