Venue Details

1162 Star Starred
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
323-850-2000
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J.M.Harris
Work attire or dressier but not formal attire
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J.M.Harris
LIght rail station is just 2 blocks away!
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J.M.Harris
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Teresa
There was a mix of formal and work attire.
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J.M.Harris
Patina at D.Chandler Pavillion grossly over-priced/ pretentious inattentive wait staff.
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Goldstar Member
The Cafe in Disney concert Hall is an excellent value. I had a great salad and roll for $4.60
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Reviews & Ratings

33 ratings
4.6 average rating
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attended Nov 08 2012

Beethoven's 8th was wonderful and enjoyable. Falla was very exciting with the larger orchestra and choir. Loved the flamenco guitar, singer and dancer especially. The... continued

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21 reviews
5 stars
attended Nov 09 2012

Rafael Frubeck de Burgos is one of the great conductors working today; it was a thrill to see him and the LA Phil in this stunning program. It was HUGE: big orchestra,... continued

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27 reviews
25 stars
attended Nov 09 2012

Everything was beautiful. The opera was very different and interesting - plus I loved the flamenco dance.

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Website

http://www.laphil.com/tickets/fruhbeck-de-burgos-conducts-beethoven...

Description

Life and death, light and dark: Spanish conductor Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos pairs Beethoven’s ebullient Eighth Symphony with Falla’s gritty tale of a woman wronged. Light on its feet, the Eighth is full of abstract dance gestures, while Falla drew on Spanish traditional song and dance for his two-act opera.

*Artists *

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor

Nancy Fabiola Herrera, (Salud) mezzo-soprano

Cristina Faus, (Abuela) soprano

Daniela Mack, mezzo-soprano

Vicente Ombuena, (Paco) tenor

Alfredo García, (Tío Sarvaor) baritone

Josep Miquel Ramón, (Manuel) bass-baritone

Gustavo Peña, (Voz de la fragua) tenor

Núria Pomares, bailarina

Pedro Sanz, cantaor

Pablo Sáinz-Villegas, guitar

Los Angeles Master Chorale, Grant Gershon, music director