Stefan Jackiw’s renewed interest in the violin as a teenager led him on his path to stardom.
The season opens with a world premiere by Derrick Spiva in Schubert Unfinished.
Learn more about Disney’s animation journey, from Oswald to Mickey, with Dave Bossert and Brian Laurtizen.
Our final Orchestral Series concert features acclaimed virtuoso Jonathan Biss, who reveals which Mozart piece made him fall in love with the composer.
Our final Westside Connections concert of the season features LA Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne and singer/songwriter Gabriel Kahane.
27-year-old conductor Joshua Weilerstein discusses what inspired him to follow in his family’s footsteps to pursue music as a career and what performance “changed his life”.
Architect Frederick Fisher discusses Los Angeles as a shifting community, starting as a “Frontiertown,” where its unique geography has made room for experimental architecture, and the role of music as it resonates in his work.
Principal flute David Shostac chats with Brian Laurtizen in today’s podcast. Shostac, who joined the Orchestra in 1975, traces the legacy of LACO and why he loves the Mozart flute concerto.
Music director Jeffrey Kahane and Brian Lauritzen discuss LACO’s annual Discover concert.
LACO’s composer-in-residence Andrew Norman chats about his musical upbringing, his new faculty position at USC and his world premiere for the first Westside Connections concert, inspired by Frank Gehry’s house.