In July, young musicians from across the country traveled to Los Angeles to learn and share in music-making. The Los Angeles Times wrote the resulting music was “beyond belief. Close your eyes and you’d never know that this might be a diverse collection of kids from 28 states and one U.S. territory, from a wide range of backgrounds, who had only been playing together for about a week.”
Hear the Los Angeles Philharmonic under the stars, and experience summer nights filled with food, friends, and outstanding music at the Hollywood Bowl.
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"Sentimental Journey Supper Club" promises to be an exciting evening of Big Band music and fine dining at The Canyon in Montclair, CA. Save the date and make your reservation now for our annual gala celebration on Sunday, May 21, 2023 at 4 p.m.
Register to get access to this year's online Symphonies for Schools experience. This flexible, immersive experience includes elementary and secondary level curricula to accompany two on demand original concert videos. All materials are designed to be flexible for use in online, in-person, or asynchronous learning environments. This experience is available to schools, teachers, families, and youth from around the world at no cost.
The Foothill Philharmonic Committee proudly supports the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA). On Saturday, Oct. 16, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra officially opened the doors of its Judith and Thomas L. Beckman YOLA Center in Inglewood, CA. YOLA provides young people (ages five through eighteen) with free instruments, intensive music instruction, and opportunities to perform on stages in their communities and around the world.
On October 9, 2021 the Homecoming Gala saw the LA Philharmonic Orchestra, with Gustavo Dudamel conducting, return to the stage at Walt Disney Concert Hall for the first time in 579 days.
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