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  • ZUBIN MEHTA WITHDRAWS FROM LA PHIL CONCERTS
  • Nov. 29, 2017
  • ZUBIN MEHTA WITHDRAWS FROM LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC CONCERTS AT WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL

    Thursday through Saturday, December 14 - 16, 2017, at 8 PM 
    Sunday, December 17, 2017, AT 2 PM

    Los Angeles, CA (November 29, 2017) — Zubin Mehta has announced that, due to an operation on his shoulder, he is forced to cancel his activities for the coming three months. Maestro Mehta had been scheduled to perform with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Thursday through Sunday, December 14 through 17.

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic will announce a replacement in the coming weeks.

    Pianist Khatia Buniatishvili remains on the program, which is as follows:
     
    MOZART       Piano Concerto No. 23 in A, K. 488
    BRUCKNER  Symphony No. 9

    For further information, please contact the box office at 323.850.2000.

     

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    About the Los Angeles Philharmonic

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, under the vibrant leadership of Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, presents an inspiring array of music from all genres – orchestral, chamber and Baroque music, organ and celebrity recitals, new music, jazz, world music and pop – at two of L.A.’s iconic venues, Walt Disney Concert Hall (www.laphil.com ) and the Hollywood Bowl (www.hollywoodbowl.com). The LA Phil’s season at Walt Disney Concert Hall extends from September through May, and throughout the summer at the Hollywood Bowl. With the preeminent Los Angeles Philharmonic at the foundation of its offerings, the LA Phil aims to enrich and transform lives through music, with a robust mix of artistic, education and community programs. In the last decade, the LA Phil made ambitious, forward-looking advances in its artistic and social objectives. The orchestra maintains the most active commissioning program in the country and has garnered international acclaim for its interdisciplinary productions and work with new technologies. In the community, the orchestra has become a valued resource, offering such programs as YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles), which has become a model for effecting social change through music on a national stage.

     

  • contact:

    Sophie Jefferies, sjefferies@laphil.org, 213.972.3422
    Lisa White, lwhite@laphil.org, 213.972.3408