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17900 Star Starred
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
323-850-2000
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1 review
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The Blue Cow (within close walking distance) was amazing. If you can catch the Happy Hour specials before the show, it was a really good deal!
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We ate at Kendall's Brasserie across the street. Service and food was good. They will validate your valet parking to make it come out to $8.00. I think if you self-park, they will validate it to Free.
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National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America
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4.9 average rating
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6 reviews
9 stars
attended Aug 04 2014

One of the best concerts & orchestra's that I have ever heard. Too bad for the city that they only appeared one nite, so that more people couldn't also have the opportunity to hear them perform. David Robertson , Director was exceptional &...continued

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attended Aug 04 2014

A long time back now, but a memorable evening nonetheless. The Youth Orchestra were of the highest quality, i.e., they were comparable to, say, the Bolivar Orchestra, which is saying a lot. Plus, they were led by David Robertson, one of the best...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Carnegie Hall

“It is probable that this hall will intertwine itself with the history of our country,” said Andrew Carnegie in 1890, when he laid the cornerstone of the building that would become Carnegie Hall. He lived to see his words come true, since within 25 years Carnegie Hall became one of the world’s most important stages—not only for great music, but also for theater, dance, and the exchange of ideas.