Julia Ward

Director of Humanities, LA Phil; Editor of “Hollywood Bowl: The First 100 Years”

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The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its centennial this July. KCRW looks at its origin story and legacy in LA.

Hollywood Bowl celebrates 100 years of ‘democratizing music’

The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its centennial this July. KCRW looks at its origin story and legacy in LA.

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The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its centennial this July. KCRW looks at its origin story and legacy in LA.

Hollywood Bowl celebrates 100 years of ‘democratizing music’

The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its centennial this July. KCRW looks at its origin story and legacy in LA.

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