Enjoy an evening of soaring classical music under the stars with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. Baroque and Classical specialist Bernard Labadie leads the orchestra's performance of two contrasting 18th-century masterpieces. Sickly from birth, Giovanni Battista Pergolesi was only 26 when he died of tuberculosis. But despite his short career he left behind at least two majorly acclaimed works with wildly different moods. One of these was the achingly beautiful Stabat mater
, which J.S. Bach admired so much that he later recomposed the piece with German psalm text as one of his great Leipzig cantatas. And from the end of the Classical era, you'll hear Haydn's masterful final symphony, London
-- named for the city that treated him as a celebrity during his visits there. Bring a picnic dinner and lose yourself in the music.
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