Bowl Summer Season Set

Fifty-nine performances, including 40 by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, five by the Montreal Symphony, one by the visiting Boston Pops Orchestra, five jazz concerts and five Virtuoso events, make up the 1989 summer season at Hollywood Bowl, July 3-Sept. 16.

In addition, it was announced Thursday, the schedule will include 40 classical and pops soloists, two July Fourth concerts, three Philharmonic Institute Orchestra concerts and two preseason Mozart concerts.

During the season L.A. Philharmonic music director Andre Previn will share the Bowl podium with Richard Buckley (in his Bowl debut), Edo de Waart, Neeme Jarvi (debut), Andrew Litton, Henry Mancini, John McGlinn, John Williams and David Zinman, among others. Charles Dutoit, music director of the Montreal ensemble, will conduct all five of that orchestra’s Bowl concerts (Aug. 1-5).

Among the soloists during the season will be mezzo-sopranos Frederica von Stade and Christine Cairns (both in Bowl debuts), pianists Andrea Lucchesini, John Browning, Lydia Artimiw (debut), Barry Douglas, Emile Naoumoff (debut), Ken Noda, Jeffrey Siegel and Jean-Yves Thibaudet (debut), violinists Pinchas Zukerman and Miriam Fried, flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal and popular artists Rosemary Clooney, Sarah Vaughan and Ramsey Lewis.


Yuri Temirkanov--who opened the season in 1988--will conduct the opening night of the subscription season July 11, when his soloist will be pianist Vladimir Feltsman, in his Bowl debut.