Classical music reflects the souls of the great artists - thus, it has inspired people for create further for centuries. Spring season has officially begun in Walt Disney Concert Hall, and it brings you the most beautiful, dramatic, and inspiring music by some of the most renowned names in the world of music. If you're a fan of the genre, check out the following events at Walt Disney Conert Hall this spring:
Brahms & Dvorak, March 22, 24-25
Brahms & Dvorak showcases Martin Chalifour's performance of Bruch's masterpiece Violin Concerto, Brahms' Tragic Overture and Dvorak's exuberant Eighth. Conductor: Los Angeles Phil Lionel Bringuier.
San Francisco Symphony, March 27
L.A. favorite Michael Tilson Thomas leads his breathtaking orchestra in an expressive program that brings you the atmosphere of early 20th-century Vienna. Conductor: Michael Tilson Thomas.
Mozart & Vaughan Williams, March 29-31
This program matches Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 18, "Paradis", with a masterful pianist Richard Goode, and Andrew Manze leading Vaugh Williams' post-war Symphony No. 6. Conductor: Andrew Manze.
Mahler's Song of the Earth, April 5-8
Mahler's breathtaking ancient Chinese poems are brought to you by Yuva Sharon and TEATROCINEMA, a Chilean company known for combining live performance with spectacular video effects. Conductor: Gustavo Dudamel.