- Los Angeles Philharmonic
- Gustavo Dudamel conductor
- Martin Chalifour violin
- Robert deMaine cello
- Joanne Pearce Martin piano
About This Performance
We kick off the LA Fest festival with the ultimate L.A.-centric piece, Salonen’s breakthrough work. Soloists for the Beethoven are our own Philharmonic principals, and Dudamel concludes the evening with a major new work by L.A.- based composer Andrew Norman, already a winner of the prestigious Grawemeyer Award.
Patina joins the Centennial celebrations by inviting Oct 4th ticket holders to a special post-concert reception, featuring free-flowing wines and appetizers. Secure your spot for the after-party here.
Fluxus Festival Activation
What: Chris ROUNTREE Fluxus Commitment Booth (LA Phil Commission)
Where: WDCH Lobby
Chris Rountree’s Commitment Booth will be viewable in the WDCH Lobby during your visit.
Learn more about Fluxus Festival. In collaboration with the Getty Research Institute
Pre-Concert Talk: Upbeat Live
With Kristi Brown-Montesano – 7pm
Enhance your concert experience with a pre-concert talk starting at 7pm. Upbeat Live provides historical and cultural context for many concerts, featuring engaging speakers, audio examples, and special guests. These events are free to ticket holders and are held in BP Hall, on the second floor, accessible after your ticket is scanned.
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.