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Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
323-850-2000
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Ate at Mexican restaurant Pez which has a good Happy Hour. A nice walk down Grand Ave. Come early so the traffic doesn't interfere with your evening out.
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I wore velvet pants and jacket with a blouse and small heels.
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17 events
7 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 29 2014

The music was fabulous, and the pre-concert talk by the Maestro was very informative. All in all, a very pleasant afternoon!

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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 13 2014

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

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3 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 13 2014

1st time visitors to the now 10 year old Disney Auditorium. The sound was incredible. The architecture was stunning. Loved Victor Vener and the Cal Phil. Pamela and Glenn Cooper

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http://calphil.com

Description

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.

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.