L.A. Phil and Wild Up earn 2023 Grammy nominations on a bright day for California classical music.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Symphony of Reggio Calabria announced today that they have been nominated for the 2023 Grammy Award for Best Classical Performance for their performances of Beethoven’s Third in the concert series L.A. Phil and Wild Up presented at the Recital Hall in the Dorothy Chandler Warner Center in Los Angeles on March 23, 2017.
L.A. Phil and Wild Up, a contemporary music concert series, are presented by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Symphony of Reggio Calabria and the Dorothy Chandler Warner Center. The concerts are held at the Recital Hall in the Dorothy Chandler Warner Center and feature the best of California’s finest instrumentalists and vocalists.
Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, commissioned in 1808, is set to open the 2017-2018 Los Angeles Philharmonic season with an orchestra concert of the Beethoven Symphonies conducted by Leonard Slatkin. Slatkin is returning to the L.A. Phil this summer as Music Director at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles for three consecutive weeks.
The L.A. Phil announced yesterday that two of its musicians will participate in the “The Greatest Live Music Ensemble” concert series, celebrating their 50th anniversary. The series, which is hosted by the Hollywood Bowl and the Royal Albert Hall London, will feature performances and world-class ensembles on January 13, 22 and 29, 2018.
The L.A. Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl today announced that a special evening entitled ‘The Golden Jubilee of the Hollywood Bowl’ will be held on December 5, 2017. This special event will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Hollywood Bowl’s opening as an outdoor venue. The Golden Jubilee of the Hollywood Bowl celebrates the past and the exciting future of the cultural icon with a spectacular evening of music, dance, and the magic of Hollywood.
The Hollywood Bowl has been a fixture of the Los Angeles landscape for more than 50 years and is widely recognized for its world-class music programming. In its history, the Bowl has hosted an astonishing array of internationally renowned artists including Bob Marley, Prince, Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Elton John, The Eagles