LA Phil Plays Russian Masterworks at the Hollywood Bowl
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Neutral Milk Hotel return to play their first Los Angeles show since 1998. With inventive instrumentation and fervent songs written by Jeff Mangum, the band released In the Aeroplane Over the Sea in 1998, which went on to gain cult status. The band, however, went on indefinite hiatus following the release of the album. Now reunited, Neutral Milk Hotel have been touring to critical acclaim including performances at major festivals. A reunited Breeders will also perform to celebrate the anniversary of their platinum album Last Splash. Iconic musician and heartbreaking songwriter Daniel Johnston will open the outdoor performance at the Hollywood Bowl. Learn More
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Violinist Jennifer Koh plays the Janus-faced Concerto that Prokofiev wrote during the revolutionary upheavals of 1917.
Fearless, Grammy-nominated virtuosa Jennifer Koh plays Prokofiev’s popular Violin Concerto No. 2 with its touches of Russian and Spanish folk culture. Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony, a tragic musical portrait of the Stalin years that was premiered after the dictator’s death, concludes with a moment of triumph. Noted conductor and scholar Leon Botstein leads this rich, all-Russian program.