Review: Disney Hall’s hidden corridors became a stage for dancers in Benjamin Millepied and L.A. Phil’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’

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A Japanese Elvis play and a Rosa Parks-inspired jazz ode are connected in surprising ways — no, really.

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Critic’s Notebook: An L.A. Phil festival with Bird, beer, Moby, Hancock and new music galore

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Critic’s Notebook: In Fluxus — making sense of the amorphous anti-art movement’s arrival in L.A.

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Review: L.A. Phil begins season in earnest with Andrew Norman’s game-changing ‘Sustain’

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Review: Enigmatic John Cage in the hands of avant-garde rockers

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Review: The L.A. Phil and CicLAvia brought the city together for a game-changing street party

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Review: L.A. Phil’s 100th anniversary gala spreads good vibrations — and visuals — with Coldplay’s Chris Martin and artist Refik Anadol

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Review: Plácido Domingo is ageless as ever in ‘Don Carlo,’ opening the L.A. Opera season

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LA Phil at 100: How the orchestra rose from humble roots to become one of the world’s best

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Review: David Lynch’s ‘Lost Highway’ gets an otherworldly operatic treatment by Yuval Sharon

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The Hollywood Bowl’s typically tacky Tchaikovsky Spectacular gets the Dudamel treatment

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What the Leonard Bernstein Centennial has wrought

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Leonard Bernstein at 100: A look at the exasperating genius of the brilliant composer

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Review: Itzhak Perlman shows his staying power at 50th Hollywood Bowl anniversary

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When Aretha sang opera at the Grammys, she renewed a beloved aria that had become a cliche

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L.A. Phil’s new YOLA Center: Why a youth concert hall in Inglewood has global implications

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