L.A. Phil to webcast Gustavo Dudamel’s Oct. 3 Hollywood Bowl concert


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Fans who were hoping to attend the Oct. 3 ‘¡Bienvenido Gustavo!’ concert at the Hollywood Bowl but were turned away at the box office in August now have a way to participate in the event.

The Los Angeles Philharmonic announced today that it will show the concert for free on its website in high definition. Viewers can go to the orchestra’s official site to experience the concert beginning at 4 p.m.


All individual performances from the concert will be available on demand for 24 hours beginning at 10 a.m. on Oct. 4.

This marks the first time that a concert at the Hollywood Bowl will be shown on the Internet, according to the orchestra.

The concert will feature ensembles and youth groups from around the Southern California area. Gustavo Dudamel -- the L.A. Philharmonic’s new music director -- will conduct the Youth Orchestra of L.A. and the Philharmonic.

-- David Ng