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Los Angeles Philharmonic Calendar of Events March 2022

Los Angeles Philharmonic Calendar of Events: March, 2022
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Friday, March 4, at 8:00 PM
Saturday, March 5, at 2:00 PM
Sunday, March 6, at 2:00 PM
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Paolo Bortolameolli, conductor
Camille Thomas, cello
Composed in the wake of WWI’s shocking horror, Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto reflects a new seriousness and darkened profundity in his music. Our soloist, Camille Thomas—whose playing Gramophone describes as “unfailingly exquisite in its tonal sheen and imaginative detail”—puts her spin on this cello masterwork. In his subscription series debut, the LA Phil’s dynamic Associate Conductor, Paolo Bortolameolli, takes on the intense and unrestrained emotions of the last symphony Tchaikovsky completed before his death.
This performance is generously supported by Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Sunday, March 6, at 7:30 PM
American Youth Symphony
Carlos Izcaray, conductor
Tessa Lark, violin
The outstanding American Youth Symphony returns with a program titled INTERSECTIONS that primarily focuses upon living composers—from Unsuk Chin to Jimmy Lopez—highlighted by Jennifer Higdon’s Prize-winning Violin Concerto, featuring Grammy-nominated Tessa Lark. Carlos Izcaray closes with his own work, which draws on his personal and family history of immigration while showcasing various instruments in “a love letter to the orchestra.”
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Tuesday, March 8, at 8:00 PM
LA Phil New Music Group
Vimbayi Kaziboni, conductor
Jay Campbell, cello, co-curator
inti figgis-vizueta, co-curator
Think “performance art” as you approach this play-oriented re-encountering of the space where live music is made, concocted by the team of boundary-less composer inti-figgis-vizueta and Jay Campbell, the remarkable cellist whose repertoire knows no bounds.
Wednesday , March 9, at 8:00 PM
Members of the Wayne Shorter Quartet
Brian Blade, drums
John Patitucci, bass
Danilo Pérez, piano
Terence Blanchard, special guest
Kenny Garrett, special guest
Joe Lovano, special guest
Ambrose Akinmusire’s “Origami Harvest”
Ambrose Akinmusire, trumpet
Kokayi, voice
Sam Harris, piano and keyboards
Justin Brown, drums
Maya Bennardo, violin
Olivia de Prato, violin
Victor Lowerie, viola
Tyler Borden, cello
Members of the Wayne Shorter quartet and special guests pay homage to the unique musical vision of this living legend, whose 2018 album Emanon was hailed as the year’s best jazz recording by The New York Times. Oakland trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire presents selections from his hard-hitting and rhythmically dexterous 2018 album Origami Harvest, pushing jazz into deeper communication with hip-hop and modernist classical music and using it to address social issues.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Friday, March 11, at 8:00 PM
Andy Shauf
Haley Heynderickx
Andy Shauf is one of the sharpest songwriters of his generation. He possesses a novelist’s eye for detail and a painter’s sense of setting, giving his songs a depth and dimension that’s won him comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Randy Newman, and other masters of the craft. He dresses these stories up in warm tones, with pianos, guitars, and woodwinds that provide an intimate, welcoming frame. This is music you want to lean in to, songs that have, in the words of Paste, have made Shauf “one of Canada’s greatest exports.”
Saturday, March 12, at 8:00 PM
Sunday, March 13, at 2:00 PM
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Ludovic Merlot, conductor
Sergio Tiempo, piano
Ludovic Morlot leads one of Shostakovich’s greatest symphonies, depicting the despair of the Stalin regime but ending in a musical triumph. Formidable pianist Sergio Tiempo takes on the striking concerto Prokofiev composed for himself to play in the conservatory’s competition—which he won. Opening the program, Anna Thorvaldsdottir explores the natural balance between beauty and chaos in her piece Metacosmos, which led the Boston Globe to declare, “There is possibly no other composer working today who is so adept at channeling the massive forces of nature.”
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Sunday, March 13, 2022 at 7:30 PM
Monica Czausz Berney, organ
American virtuoso Monica Czausz Berney has been recognized as one of the top 20 organists under 30, for her “superior accomplishments, leadership, creativity, and innovative thinking” (The Diapason). The recipient of first prize in numerous competitions, Czausz Berney makes her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Tuesday, March 15, at 8:00 PM
José González
Jess Williamson
Fresh off the release of his new album Local Valley, singer-songwriter José González comes to Walt Disney Concert Hall as part of a fully solo tour. The Swedish musician’s understated appeal and unabashed intimacy have made his music “one of the most recognizable sounds in indie rock” according to Billboard, and Rolling Stone has praised his “subtle, carefully crafted music.” Armed with nylon-stringed guitars and a catalog of gorgeous songs, he’ll once again prove that music doesn’t need to be loud to be heard.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Wednesday, March 16, at 8:00 PM
Midori, violin
Özgür Aydin, piano
In her universally respected career of more than 35 years, Midori’s has been recognized with numerous awards, from the Kennedy Center Honors and Brahms Society prize in 2020 to her designation as a United Nations Messenger of Peace for her devotion to community engagement and music education. The Los Angeles Times praised her for her accuracy of pitch, clarity of tone, and rhythmic care, saying “She is intense and forceful but never showy. I know of no violinist with a more sensitive nor respectful sense of vibrato, which allows her to let every note speak and none to over-speak.” The violin icon returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall for a solo recital.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Friday, March 18, at 11:00 AM
Saturday, March 19, at 8:00 PM
Sunday, March 20, at 2:00PM
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Paavo Järvi, conductor
Hilary Hahn, violin
The brilliant American violinist Hilary Hahn performs Barber’s lyric concerto—featured in an album Hahn made at only age 19 in a recording called by Gramophone “one of the finest ever.” A musician’s musician, conductor Paavo Järvi leads with Arvo Pärt’s mysterious, pizzicato- and percussion-heavy tribute to Gustave Eiffel. To conclude, it’s one of Antonín Dvořák’s greatest symphonies, the dramatic Seventh. Inspired by his mentor Brahms, Dvořák fills it to overflowing with powerful, stirring, and unforgettable themes.
This performance is generously supported in part by the Kohl Virtuoso Violin Fund.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Tuesday, March 22, at 8:00 PM
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Big performances from small ensembles: LA Phil musicians play chamber music.
This performance is generously underwritten by Terri and Jerry Kohl.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Thursday, March 24, at 8:00 PM
Saturday, March 26, at 8:00 PM
Sunday, March 27, at 2:00 PM
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Semyon Bychkov, conductor
Much honored and much recorded conductor Semyon Bychkov, who has been obsessed with Mahler since his early years, shares his insights into the multi-faceted world of Mahler’s Seventh Symphony. Sometimes called “The Song of the Night”—because two of the five movements are titled Nachtmusik—the work is known for Mahler’s use of unusual scoring, including guitar, mandolin, tenor horn, even an early example of Bartók’s “snap pizzicato.” The symphonic journey concludes with a roaring rollercoaster ride of a finale.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Friday, March 25, at 8:00 PM
Maria Schneider
Regina Carter
Maria Schneider is a multiple Grammy® winner and the 2019 recipient of the prestigious NEA Jazz Masters Fellowship. Under her baton, the Maria Schneider Orchestra has brought big-band composition into the 21st century, developing the art form into an imaginative and beautifully fluid medium.
Toyota Symphonies for Youth
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Saturday, March 26, at 11:00 AM
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Take a journey with the LA Phil through the Americas in this program highlighting music and traditions from North, South, and Central America.
This concert is recommended for children ages 5 to 11.
Please note: At this time, we are unable to welcome guests under the age of 5 who are not yet eligible for vaccination.

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