Discover The Transformative Power Of Music At The Walt Disney Concert Hall • LA Philharmonic

The distinguished orchestra group made it’s debut back in 1919!

If you haven’t had the chance to experience a show put on by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, you don’t know what you’re missing!

Being an Angeleno has its perks — one of them being accessible live performances put on by the very group which is deemed by many, including The New York Times, as America’s Most Important Orchestra. And thanks to a recent partnership with Fever, it’s easier than ever to get yourself tickets to witness groundbreaking music happen before your very own eyes… and ears!

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The LA Phil has been transforming the world of music for over a century and by the looks of it, it seems as though the notable orchestra has no intention of backing down anytime soon. They’ve paved a new road for the industry by being the first orchestra to broadcast a full concert, the first invite a woman to conduct back in 1925, as well as becoming the first U.S. orchestra to hire an African American musician back in ’48. To date, the innovative symphony manages to uphold its reputation by presenting impressive displays of diversity, social justice, education to the community of Los Angeles and beyond!

From classical composers like Beethoven and Bach to recharged sounds by Julia Wolfe and John Adams, it feels like there isn’t anything that the Los Angeles Philharmonic can’t do. Encounter the transformative power of music for yourself at an upcoming concert — check out a list of shows below!

Shows Dates Tickets Bach, Handel, and Telemann Thursday, January 16 Buy Tickets Bach, Handel, and Telemann Friday, January 17 Buy Tickets John Adams & Julia Wolfe Saturday, January 18 Buy Tickets John Adams & Julia Wolfe Sunday, January 19 Buy Tickets Beethoven with Emanuel Ax Friday, January 24 Buy Tickets Chamber Music by Strauss Tuesday, January 28 Buy Tickets All-Strauss Sunday, February 2 Buy Tickets

Find more concerts put on by LA Phil, here!

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Originally published at Secret Los Angeles.