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With an affinity for both jazz and classical, Aaron Diehl brings his imaginative and elegant approach to Gershwin’s much-loved Rhapsody in Blue. Bramwell Tovey leads Gershwin’s An American in Paris, which inspired the 1951 film, plus classic film scores by Bernard Herrmann.
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A rock icon and a guitar god set the Bowl ablaze on a mid-summer night!
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The Grammy®, Tony®, and Emmy® Award winner shows off the incredible vocal power she brought to Bad Times at the El Royale – and that led to her 2020 Oscar® nominations for Best Actress and Best Original Song in Harriet – with a night of classic jazz, soul, and more.
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The Bowl celebrates the 100th birthday of two treasured legends in jazz history.
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Celebrated conductor Louis Langrée is joined by the LA Phil’s Principal Concertmaster and Principal Viola for Mozart’s elegant Sinfonia concertante, topped by the composer’s rich and vibrant “Prague” Symphony.
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The party atmosphere of their live concerts is as legendary as their music. The B-52s team up with the LA Phil and bring their wild energy – and hits like “Love Shack,” “Rock Lobster,” and “Roam” – to the Bowl for two incredibly fun weekend nights with BERLIN.
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John Williams and David Newman conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic in our annual celebration of the memorable music of Williams and other scores that provide the emotional heartbeat of some of Hollywood’s most beloved films.
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Marking a century since the adoption of the 19th Amendment, which afforded U.S. women the right to vote, conductor Marin Alsop leads this 100-year celebration featuring music by leading women composers.
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The Grammy®-winning electronic musician and songwriter who NME calls “one of the world’s greatest producers” adds another name to his sterling list of collaborators alongside Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, and Frank Ocean: the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
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One of the greatest entertainers of all time returns to the Hollywood Bowl for a two-night tour of her hits, which include “I’m Coming Out,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “Stop in the Name of Love,” and so many more.
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Dutch conductor Edo de Waart leads the LA Phil and Stefan Jackiw in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. Jackiw’s recent performance of that concerto led BachTrack to call him “a master at turning out notes of laser-like accuracy and pristine clarity.”
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It’s a double shot of Hollywood Bowl favorites when George Benson and Boney James co-headline our annual smoothed-out mini-festival. Joining them is singer Kenny Lattimore, who made a splash at his Smooth Summer Jazz debut last year, and hard-rockin’ saxophonist Mindi Abair. Soak up the last easygoing days of summer at the Bowl.
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The reliably jaw-dropping Yuja Wang takes on Shostakovich’s jaunty, fierce Second Piano Concerto, while the incoming director of the Toronto Symphony leads Tchaikovsky’s emotive and dramatic Fifth Symphony.
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Former Dudamel Fellow and fast-rising conductor Elim Chan interprets Stravinsky’s soaring and majestic suite from The Firebird, which with its many colors and textures is a showpiece for orchestra.
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