Walt Disney Concert Hall's 10th-anniversary season is fast approaching.
The hall's resident orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, begins a season of celebrating with four free community concerts later this month and a red-carpet gala on Sept. 30. The commemorations continue all season, highlighted on Oct. 23 -- the actual anniversary of Disney's opening night -- with the world premiere of Frank Zappa's "200 Motels."
For music lovers, Disney Hall is a place to hear the L.A. Phil, led by Gustavo Dudamel, Esa-Pekka Salonen or one of countless guest conductors. Or they come to listen to the Los Angeles Master Chorale, jazz, world music, organ playing, solo recitals and, on occasion, rock.
For architecture lovers, Frank Gehry's stainless steel building is a sight to behold, with twists and turns awaiting every perspective.
For others, the hall is a treasured civic landmark, something to gawk at or show off to visitors.
What are your memories of Disney Hall? What concerts do you remember? What does the hall say to you?
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