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How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions
How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions

First came the national anthem played by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, then a resplendent fanfare by Richard Strauss. But when 22 brass players and a pair of timpanists proclaimed the opening of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Dec. 6, 1964, that fanfare, originally meant to celebrate Vienna, now greeted a new concert hall in L.A. and what felt like a new city. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: Music Center: The Nov. 16 Arts & Books section's report on the Music Center's 50th anniversary included several photographs that should have been credited to the Otto Rothschild Collection/The Music Center Archives or Welton Becket & Associates/The Music Center Archives. — ------------...

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