Venue Details

3047 Star Starred
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
323-850-2000
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JR
Parking is quite expensive but the Metro Silver Line goes right there! I highly recommend going by Metro!!!
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Ginie M
We walked to Philippe's for dinner. Perfect! The Dodger game had just let out, so lots of happy people eating amazing sandwiches.
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Reviews & Ratings

13 ratings
4.8 average rating
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87 events
76 reviews
1 stars
attended Nov 14 2012

Some of the program was similar to CSUN appearance last spring but it was great seeing Ms. Cook with a full orchestra this time around. So glad Goldstar is offering shows at Disney Hall. Hope to go to more!

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30 reviews
4 stars
attended Nov 14 2012

Barbara still sounds great and did a terrific job despite the fact that she had trouble walking and standing. Good to hear her rendition and unique arrangements of well known songs. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is a great venue with fantastic...continued

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13 reviews
26 stars
attended Nov 14 2012

She's still got it! She sang obscure songs that she finds on YouTube at 2 a.m.! The Phil with a NYC conductor was excellent. I suspect Barbara requested him. I liked the very clean Disney Hall garage for $9. Well directed by employees. The...continued

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Website

http://www.laphil.com/tickets/barbara-cook-and-la-phil/2012-11-14

Quotes & Highlights

Check out Barbara Cook singing “Losing My Mind”_.
“…a transcendent American voice sharing the wisdom she has gained in 80 well-lived years with a tenderness and honesty that could break your heart and mend it all at once.” –- The New York Times

Description

The Los Angeles Philharmonic joins legendary Broadway lyric soprano Barbara Cook for an evening of timeless music, as she celebrates her 85th birthday and a career of over a half century.