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The Seoul Philharmonic wants to be the one, not just the classical music soul of Seoul, but the first Asian orchestra to make it big on the international scene. At their Walt Disney Concert Hall debut Thursday night, the Koreans were — in a...
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Culture MonsterMark Swed looks back at the Liszt year....
Culture MonsterGustavo Dudamel and Mahler’s First Symphony have a long relationship. Thursday night at Walt Disney Concert Hall, in what may have been Dudamel’s most stirring and satisfying performance here thus far, it was clear that relationship has...
Culture MonsterMark Swed reviews Eteri Andjaparidze's disappointing "Spectral Scriabin" at the Broad Stage....
Culture MonsterMark Swed reviews the Los Angeles Philharmonic debut of James Gaffigan, the latest impressive young conductor on a career fast-track to drop by Walt Disney Concert Hall....
Culture MonsterEsa-Pekka Salonen's Violin Conerto is the 2012 winner of the Grawemeyer Award, the most prestigious international prize for a musical composition....
Culture MonsterMark Swed reviews the premiere of Richard Dubugnon's "Battlefield," a two-piano concerto for Katia and Marielle Labèque commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and conducted by Semyon Bychkov....
Culture MonsterPlaywright Stephanie Fleischmann talks with Charles McNulty about her 9/11 play "What the Moon Saw, or 'I Only Appear to Be Dead,'” which opens Sept. 9 at Son of Semele....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesComplete "Ring" cycles have been a feature of the recording industry for some 50 years, first as a platform for the star conductor and lately for the star director. There are fast "Rings," profound "Rings," Eurotrash "Rings," even your father's "Ring," in...
Culture MonsterPiano Spheres began its 17th season Tuesday night with a recital by Gloria Cheng. Her typically inventive program included the most recent piano pieces of Pierre Boulez and Thomas AdÃ¨s and three world premieres, maintaining the Piano Spheres tradition...
Culture MonsterAn 18-wheeler of a symphony on a joy ride, the âTurangalilaâ â- with French plates, Sanskrit graphics, the eerie whine of a UFO, horsepower and torque you wouldnât believe, a voluptuous sleeper in the cabin for euphoric sex -- barreled......
Culture MonsterThe Los Angeles Philharmonic performed an eccentric evening-length French symphony Friday night, a work it hadnât played since 1997. A week earlier, the orchestra had another Walt Disney Concert Hall first â- an eccentric evening-length French...
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