- Reporter's Notebook: Frank Gehry on Disney Hall
Tonight the eyes of the world will be on Los Angeles and it-s not because of an earthquake, civil unrest or another political circus. It-s opening night for Walt Disney Concert Hall which already is being called one of the world-s most dramatic public buildings. The man who designed it is Los Angeles architect Frank Gehry, winner of world wide honors including the Pritzker Prize, which is called the Nobel Prize of Architecture. We-ll talk with the world-renown architect of Walt Disney Concert Hall, Frank Gehry.
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