Fiesta de Musica, Latin Jazz and Classical Favorites at the Hollywood Bowl
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The last date listed for Fiesta de Musica was Thursday September 1, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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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
Dont be lazy, pack a nice picnic, and never forget the wine-it is a must!!! A nice picnic experience is as important as the event itself...so bring plenty of food, cheeses, crackers, anything that will make your stay enjoyable. Come early, a good picnic should last at least an hour and a half. Our Concert started at 8pm, and we were sitting already at the picnic table at 6, after parking and collecting our tickets (30 mins). Note that the picnic areas are closed 15 min before the event start.Los Angeles Philharmonic: All Mozart dining • Aug 22 2014 star this tip starred
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Michel Camilo, piano
Ginastera: “Estancia” Suite
Camilo: Piano Concerto
Guarnieri: Brazilian Dance
Camilo: Two solo pieces for piano
Falla: The Three-Cornered Hat (excerpts)
Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist Michel Camilo brings his evocative concerto to the Bowl in this program of Latin favorites.
Manuel de Falla, composer
Manuel de Falla published very little, subjecting his works to careful revision before offering them to the public. The pains he took are evident in every bar. He was an inspired craftsman who combined an immersion in Andalusian and Catalonian folk music with a painstaking study of the classical style of Haydn. Falla’s music is tuneful and approachable for both of these reasons, but he was also part of the European avant-garde – the Ballets Russes staged his The Three-Cornered Hat with sets by Picasso and an orchestra conducted by Ernst Ansermet, a production that secured Falla an international reputation that shows no signs of fading.