L.A. Phil. Brings Originality to the Traditional

Haute Living is proud to bring good news to all classical music lovers residing on the West Coast. The Los Angeles Philharmonic has just announced their schedule for the 2010/2011season, and your favorite luxury lifestyle magazine is happy to give you a sneak peek at what’s to come.

Music Director Gustavo Dudamel promises to bring in freshness to the classical music scene in L.A.  Dudamel has vowed to deliver a number of original shows to be performed by up and coming musicians and composers.

The Los Angeles Philharmonic CEO and President, Deborah Borda, feels that with Dudamel taking control of the helm, there will be nothing but smooth sailing this year for the Philharmonic.

According to a press release on the group’s official website, Borda said, “As always, our goal is to embody not only the values of Gustavo and the institution but also, beyond that, to extend the possibility of how we listen to and experience music in its many forms.”

The season is packed with events catering to those with an ear for fine music and a passion for creative splendor.  Opening night will be held at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on Oct. 7, 2010 and will feature world-renowned opera singer Juan Diego Florez.

The night will showcase Dudamel’s passion for innovation, as he aims to blend the unwavering tradition of classical music with the passionate flavor of Latin music. Dudamel and Florez share an enthusiasm for both styles of music and their partnership will likely result in a concert like no other.

Along with the multitude of shows being performed in Los Angeles, Dudamel’s group will also embark on a three week, 7 city concert tour in Europe.  The tour will include visits to Portugal, Spain, Germany, the UK, France, Hungary, and Austria.  And for you haute readers who are planning to be in Europe between Jan. 21 and Feb. 5 of 2011, hop on your private jet and go check out one of the extravagant concert playing during your  stay.  Enjoy the music.