LA Phil’s SOUND/STAGE to Air Second Episode “Salón Los Ángeles” This Friday

The episode will focus on 20th century dance, from NYC jazz to Mexico City’s danzón.

The pandemic hasn’t stopped the LA Philharmonic from dishing out quality programming—in fact, you don’t even need to be anywhere near the Hollywood Bowl to enjoy the organizations fall schedule. Their recently launched SOUND/STAGE media project will continue to connect listeners with live (streamed) concerts, as well as educational resources this week, as episode two of the program will focus on twentieth century dances. 

“Salón Los Ángeles” will be available to watch beginning at 10 a.m. PST this Friday, October 2, and in addition to its educational focus on jazz in New York City and danzón in Mexico City, we’ll be treated to an LA Phil performance of George Gershwin’s 1924 work “Rhapsody in Blue” led by the Phil’s Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, and featuring Jean-Yves Thibaudet on piano.

For the full program and to preview future episodes, visit the project’s homepage here.


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