Dudamel does "Carmen."

Gustavo Dudamel had highlights and headaches as he finished his first season as music director of the L.A. Phil with a U.S. tour in the spring that wowed audiences but bothered critics. He began his second season with a happy gala and a rapturous account of Messiaen's "Turangalila" Symphony. But what stood out most was his invigorating Hollywood Bowl concert performance of "Carmen."<br>
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- <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2010/10/music-review-dudamel-takes-on-the-turangalila.html">Music review: Dudamel takes on the 'Turangalila' at Disney Concert Hall</a>

( Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times )

Gustavo Dudamel had highlights and headaches as he finished his first season as music director of the L.A. Phil with a U.S. tour in the spring that wowed audiences but bothered critics. He began his second season with a happy gala and a rapturous account of Messiaen's "Turangalila" Symphony. But what stood out most was his invigorating Hollywood Bowl concert performance of "Carmen."

Related:

- Music review: Dudamel takes on the 'Turangalila' at Disney Concert Hall

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