Cathedral of Sound
The devout Austrian composer Anton Bruckner achieved his most popular orchestral work with his soaring Symphony No. 4. “Dynamo of the podium” Gustavo Dudamel (Chicago Tribune) and the Los Angeles Philharmonic embark on a profound musical quest through this mystical masterpiece.
Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major (“Romantic”)
This concert is also part of Great Performers
“A classical-music rock star whose charisma translates into his music-making. It is hard to ask for more.” – New York Times on Gustavo Dudamel “The ascendancy of the Los Angeles Philharmonic is the salient event in American orchestral life of the past twenty-five years.” – New Yorker “The best-known conductor in the world.” – Guardian (U.K.) on Gustavo Dudamel
Venue: David Geffen Hall
10 Lincoln Center Plz. Map
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