Herbie Hancock Hosts A Celebration of Miles Davis at Hollywood Bowl
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Gazing at the stars and listening to classic music performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic -- sounds like the perfect way to spend an evening. So head over to the Hollywood Bowl to hear Beethoven's celebration of life and brotherhood. With its famous "Ode to Joy" chorus, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is one of classical music's most recognizable works. It's also generally regarded as one of the greatest pieces of music ever written and was the first by a major composer to incorporate voices. Astoundingly, Beethoven was almost completely deaf when he composed it. Learn More
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Featured review from Lady Coco
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The evening was absolutely amazing..one of my friends described it as 'spiritual'. The talk was minimal, the musicians allowed the tunes to speak for themselves. It made you appreciate what a master musician Miles Davis really was. Mesmerizing!
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Very good show. I liked the cuts from Kind of Blue by the Jimmy Cobb band. Marcus Miller excelled as always on bass and surprisingly, bass saxophone.
I had to move down a few aisles because some people would rather talk than listen.
Marcus Miller, “Tutu Revisited”
Miles Electric Band
Kind of Blue: Jimmy Cobb’s “So What” Band
Herbie Hancock, host
The Hollywood Bowl pays homage to trumpet player/visionary/modernist Miles Davis, from a complete performance of his masterpiece Kind of Blue, through the ’70s with the Miles Electric Band, to his pop-influenced album Tutu.