Los Angeles Philharmonic / Dudamel

LA Phil International Associate Residency Green Umbrella Concert

14 March 2013 / 19:30
Hall


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One of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s ‘Green Umbrella’ concerts of contemporary music. 

Unsuk Chin Graffiti (Barbican co-commission, European premiere)
Joseph Pereira Concerto for Percussion and Chamber Orchestra (European premiere)
John Adams Son of Chamber Symphony*

LA Phil New Music Group
Gustavo Dudamel
conductor
John Adams conductor*
Joseph Pereira
percussion

The LA Phil’s Green Umbrella concert series has created a legion of fans for contemporary classical music in Los Angeles. Now it comes to London as Gustavo Dudamel conducts a major new work from the pen of Unsuk Chin, one of the most fascinating and evocative composers alive. Her music is sensuous, enchanting and constantly surprising – combining an extraordinary facility for orchestral colour with a firm capacity for orchestral organization. Gustavo Dudamel conducts his own orchestra in the European premiere of a major new work from this truly international talent.

The concert will finish at approximately 9.15pm

Find out more about all the concerts and learning events taking place during the LA Phil's Barbican International Associate residency here.

Watch John Adams and director Mark Kidel in Cinema 2 introduce the screening of Road Movie, A Portrait of John Adams.  Complementing the performance of John Adams’s The Gospel According to the Other Mary in the Hall, we present the UK premiere of Mark Kidel’s visually rich portrait of the composer, exploring the influences that have shaped Adams’s unique music, including minimalism, jazz, Indian raga and the European classical tradition.

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Part of All classical music events - 2012–2013 season
Part of Barbican Productions 2012–2013
Part of International Associates 2012–2013


Produced by the Barbican

Supported by the City Bridge Trust, the SHM Foundation, the United States Embassy London and Donatella Flick










 

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