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The last date listed for Cal Phil: Sunday Afternoons at The Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall was Sunday August 24, 2014 / 2:00pm Broadway & Bolero (Talk With the Maestro at 1:00pm).
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The weather was muggy summer weather. I wore a nice shirt/tie + jeans. No need for your LBD, but it is nice to be a little dressy in such a nice venue..Cal Phil: Sunday Afternoons at The Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall dress • Aug 04 2014 star this tip starred
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Wished I'd gotten there early enough to attend the 1pm lecture on Copland and Cowboys. I did enjoy the conductor's little descriptions of the each piece played and the rendition's of some of Copeland's great works. Also, the Baritone opera singer...continued
Join Maestro Vener and special guests for a lively pre-concert chat during our Talks with the Maestro sessions in BP Hall at 1:00pm prior to each concert. It’s not a lecture, it’s a conversation where you have the opportunity to ask any question about music you wish to ask. Plus, you’ll learn something special about the music on the bill for that afternoon. Don’t miss this fabulous opportunity to make your musical experience even more vibrant.
June 29, 2014: John Williams & Friends
Thrilling music by film’s reigning master
Star Wars • E.T. • Schindler’s List • Jaws • Jurassic Park
1812 Overture • Carmina Burana • Brahms’ Double Concerto
July 13, 2014: Cowboys & Copland
America never sounded this good
Lincoln Portrait • Billy The Kid • The Magnificent Seven
How The West Was Won • The Good, The Bad & The Ugly • Rodeo • El Salon Mexico
With a special guest narrator
August 3, 2014: Magic, Fantasy & Adventure
Let your imagination run wild
The Lion King • Beauty & The Beast • The Little Mermaid • Sorcerer’s Apprentice • Firebird Suite
Bach:Toccata & Fuge
Featuring the Walt Disney Concert Hall Pipe Organ
August 10, 2014: Movie Masterpieces
150 years of music for film & television
Frozen • Pirates of The Caribbean • Game of Thrones • The Red Violin • Saint-Saëns’ Organ Symphony • Titanic • Star Trek • Wagner’s Die Meistersinger
The concert features the Walt Disney Concert Hall Pipe Organ, and violinist Elizabeth Pitcairn
August 24, 2014: Broadway & Bolero
Two Broadway sensations and one guitar virtuoso make Cal Phil magic!
Chicago • Evita • Cats • Bolero • España • Concierto de Aranjuez
Singers Randal Keith & Joan Almedilla bring Broadway classics to life
Adam Del Monte brings authentic Flamenco style to Concierto de Arnjuez
About the Ticket Supplier: California Philharmonic
The Cal Phil delights audiences of all ages by playing a wide range of musical styles. You’re as likely to hear Broadway, pops, jazz and world music as you are to hear classical.