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Rated NR · 150 min. · 2011

Concert, Program

LA Phil LIVE is an immersive sight and sound experience, featuring full concert performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic led by its dynamic music director Gustavo Dudamel, broadcast live from Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. During this LIVE broadcast, Dudamel leads a program of passionate, vigorous music by three different composers, each of whom expresses that passion in a highly individual style. The highlight is Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 -- his ebullient, life-affirming symphony that achieved instant popular acclaim lasting to this day. Also featured is the Stravinsky-inspired "Slonimsky's Earbox" written by acclaimed American composer John Adams ("Nixon in China"), and Leonard Bernstein's powerful First Symphony, "Jeremiah," a profoundly personal account of the Book of Lamentations.

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