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After 32 years, 'Available Light' brighter than ever

After 32 years, 'Available Light' brighter than ever

The idea of reviving a 32-year-old collaboration between composer John Adams, choreographer Lucinda Childs and architect Frank Gehry that had been commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art to open its Temporary Contemporary space (now the Geffen Contemporary) might seem a peculiar way to celebrate the Music Center's 50th anniversary and an especially peculiar end of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's season in Walt Disney Concert Hall. "Available Light" is a 50-minute dance piece that has nothing to do with the Music Center. Adams' score is electronic, so it has nothing to do with the orchestra. Performed Friday and Saturday night as the penultimate event in the...

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