L.A. Phil LIVE
Dudamel Conducts Mendelssohn
This all-Mendels­sohn pro­gram fea­tures three of the be­loved com­poser’s most evoc­at­ive and ro­mantic works. The vividly de­script­ive Hebrides Over­ture and the dash­ing “Scot­tish” Sym­phony are mu­sic­al souven­irs of Mendels­sohn’s 1829 va­ca­tion in Scot­land and the Hebrides is­lands. Dutch vir­tu­oso Jan­ine Jansen joins Du­damel and the LA Phil for Mendels­sohn’s pas­sion­ate Vi­ol­in Con­certo, a work she has re­cor­ded to wide ac­claim.
LA Phil LIVE is 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.
The second sea­son of the LA Phil LIVE series con­sists of three in-theatre events. This con­cert took place on Sun OCT 9.

For more in­form­a­tion have a look at:
www.laphil.com/LAPhilLIVE
Rhapsody in Blue
Herbie Hancock Joins Dudamel to Open LA Phil Season
Gust­avo Du­damel opened his third sea­son as Mu­sic Dir­ect­or of the Los Angeles Phil­har­mon­ic with an all-Ger­sh­win pro­gram fea­tur­ing jazz le­gend Herbie Hanock at Walt Dis­ney Con­cert Hall on Septem­ber 27. The con­cert began with the icon­ic Tin Pan Al­ley com­poser's Cuban Over­ture and his be­loved An Amer­ic­an In Par­is. Then the mul­tiple Grammy Award-win­ning pi­an­ist joins Du­damel and the LA Phil to per­form ar­gu­ably Ger­sh­win's most fam­ous work, the jazz hued Rhaps­ody in Blue.
The even­ing was re­cor­ded by Bernhard Fleis­cher Mov­ing Im­ages. The per­form­ance is aired by Arte (WDR) and will be broad­cast on PBS's "Great Per­form­ances" in early 2012.
L.A. Phil LIVE
Dudamel Conducts Brahms
Bernhard Fleis­cher Mov­ing Im­ages is proud to an­nounce that it has been as­signed to ex­ecute the live trans­mis­sions of se­lec­ted L.A. Phil per­form­ances to more then 450 HD equipped movie theatres across U.S. and Canada.

Sunday, June 5.
In the last in­stall­ment of the LA Phil­har­mon­ic’s Brahms Un­bound Series, Gust­avo Du­damel re­vis­ited two of Jo­hannes Brahms’s works with new pas­sion. This LIVE broad­cast fea­tured his Sym­phony No. 4 in E Minor, Opus 98 and the Double Con­certo for vi­ol­in, cello and or­ches­tra, A-minor, Op. 102 per­formed by Renaud and Gau­ti­er Capuçon. As an en­coure, Du­damel launched the or­ches­tra in­to a play­ful ver­sion of Brahms’ Hun­gari­an Dance No. 5. Award-win­ning act­or John Lithgow hos­ted the Los Angeles Phil­har­mon­ic's LA Phil LIVE con­cert.
LA Phil LIVE is 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. In-theatre audi­ences ex­per­i­ence up-close and dra­mat­ic views of Du­damel and the or­ches­tra in ac­tion, cap­tured with mul­tiple cam­er­as and in thrill­ing 5.1 sur­round sound. Each broad­cast trans­ports audi­ences be­hind the mu­sic for an ex­clus­ive “back­stage pass” look at the LA Phil – in­clud­ing in­ter­views with Du­damel, world-renowned guest so­loists, and the Or­ches­tra's mu­si­cians. Un­der the new pro­ject, the Phil­har­mon­ic part­ner with Den­ver-based NCM Fathom, the en­ter­tain­ment di­vi­sion of Na­tion­al Cine­Media, and Cineplex En­ter­tain­ment.

For more in­form­a­tion have a look at:
www.laphil.com/LAPhilLIVE
The Little Mermaid
A Ballet by John Neumeier After Hans Christian Andersen
“I al­ways think the job of a cho­reo­graph­er is not to put steps to­geth­er; it is to cre­ate worlds.“ John Neumei­er

In The Little Mer­maid, Ham­burg Bal­let Dir­ect­or and Chief Cho­reo­graph­er John Neumei­er blends dance, dra­mat­ic storytelling, and spec­tacle in­to a stun­ning in­ter­pret­a­tion of Hans Chris­ti­an An­der­sen’s fable.
BFMI re­cor­ded this pro­duc­tion on MAY 3 and 5, 2011 at the War Me­mori­al Op­era House.
LA Phil LIVE
Dudamel Conducts Beethoven, Stravinsky, Bernstein, Adams
Bernhard Fleis­cher Mov­ing Im­ages is proud to an­nounce that it has been as­signed to ex­ecute the live trans­mis­sions of se­lec­ted L.A. Phil per­form­ances to more then 450 HD equipped movie theatres across U.S. and Canada.

LA Phil LIVE is 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. In-theatre audi­ences will ex­per­i­ence up-close and dra­mat­ic views of Du­damel and the or­ches­tra in ac­tion, cap­tured with mul­tiple cam­er­as and in thrill­ing 5.1 sur­round sound. Each broad­cast will trans­port audi­ences be­hind the mu­sic for an ex­clus­ive “back­stage pass” look at the LA Phil –in­clud­ing in­ter­views with Du­damel, world-renowned guest so­loists, and the Or­ches­tra's mu­si­cians. Un­der the new pro­ject, the Phil­har­mon­ic will part­ner with Den­ver-based NCM Fathom, the en­ter­tain­ment di­vi­sion of Na­tion­al Cine­Media, and Cineplex En­ter­tain­ment.
Sunday, Janu­ary 9.
Dur­ing this LIVE broad­cast, Du­damel led 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; 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. The con­cert screen­ing was hos­ted by Vanessa Wil­li­ams.

The LA Phil LIVE series con­sists of three in-theatre events in 2011. The dates for the two fu­ture con­certs were March 13th and June 5th. Each event took place Live on Sunday af­ter­noons at 5PM ET / 4PM CT / 3PM MT / 2PM PT.

For more in­form­a­tion have a look at:
www.laphil.com/LAPhilLIVE

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