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Best of 2015: Trojan War masterpiece, Gustavo Dudamel, top classical year

1434 days ago
Mercury News, CaliforniaA memorable year in classical music was also enriched by Gustavo Dudamel, a San Jose Opera world premiere, Terry Riley, Music@Menlo and an opera performed at an abandoned train station. more info

'Star Wars' surprise: Gustavo Dudamel conducted parts of 'The Force Awakens' score

1435 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentOne of the surprise stars in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is a musical one: Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted the opening and end titles music by composer John Williams. Dudamel recalled his disbelief wh... more info

Gustavo Dudamel, L.A. Philharmonic focus on Apollo

1450 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentGod of light and music, Apollo stood for clarity, harmony and reason. He was healer and protector to ancient Greeks and beyond. It was to the sun god that three major 20th century composers turned in the troubled years between 1927 and 1939 — a per... more info

Eloisa Maturen working with Gustavo Dudamel, Frank Gehry on 'Ay Carmela'

1497 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentEloisa Maturn, the wife of conductor Gustavo Dudamel, will star in a Los Angeles stage production of the popular Spanish play "Ay Carmela!" that will feature music by her husband and sets by architect Frank Gehry. The production, which comes from th... more info

The orchestral worlds of Los Angeles and Venezuela collide for Beethoven's Ninth at Disney Concert Hall

1505 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentWith the culmination of his Beethoven symphony cycle at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Sunday afternoon, Gustavo Dudamel reached the imposing climax of a tour through Beethoven's artistic and psychic development that nearly every conductor of note has t... more info

Gustavo Dudamel and Bolivar symphony bring Beethoven's revolutionary conviction out in force

1506 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentUpon hearing the news of Napoleon declaring himself emperor of France in 1804, Beethoven supposedly flew into a rage and violently scratched out the dedication on the manuscript of his new Bonaparte Symphony. Beethoven's Third — the symphony that c... more info

L.A. Phil digs into early Beethoven, explores what is immortal

1508 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentThe Los Angeles Philharmonic is calling its cycle of Beethoven's nine symphonies, which Gustavo Dudamel began Thursday night at Walt Disney Concert Hall, "Immortal Beethoven." That may not be an exaggeration. So far, at least, Beethoven's symphonies ... more info

Diplomatic Dudamel leads a fervent Beethoven charge at Disney Hall

1509 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentIn June 2006, nine months before Gustavo Dudamel was named the 11th music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, director Peter Sellars stood on the Walt Disney Concert Hall stage and addressed the leaders of America's orchestras. We need Beethove... more info

Gustavo Dudamel makes his case for keeping quiet on Venezuelan politics

1511 days ago
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Gustavo Dudamel makes his case for keeping quiet on Venezuelan politics

1511 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentAs the Los Angeles Philharmonic prepares for its season-opening gala concert on Tuesday at Walt Disney Concert Hall, music directorGustavo Dudamel has taken the unusual step of penning an editorial in the Los Angeles Times in which he addresses the ... more info

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