Gustavo Dudamel

Music and Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

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The LA Phil’s festival, “Power to the People!,” focuses on the role that artists play in advancing social change.

LA Phil’s Gustavo Dudamel aims to unite communities via ‘Power to the People!’

The LA Phil’s festival, “Power to the People!,” focuses on the role that artists play in advancing social change.

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Frank Gehry designs YOLA’s new Inglewood home

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This Saturday, LA Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel will lead students from the Music Academy of the West and the LA Master Chorale in Mahler’s Symphony Number 2, the…

At the Santa Barbara Bowl, a community concert of world-class proportions

This Saturday, LA Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel will lead students from the Music Academy of the West and the LA Master Chorale in Mahler’s Symphony Number 2, the…

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