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Zubin Mehta

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  • The Year of the Dude

     
    Let’s see. There was the buildup. There was “¡Bienvenido Dudamel!” at the Bowl and an opening night on global TV. And the media feeding frenzy. And Drubbing Dudamel, The Tour. He’s the future of classical music. He’s not the future......
  • A do-it-yourself Mahler boxed set -- and Happy Birthday, Gustav

     
    If you are a Mahler buff who always wanted to play the role of the Mad Programmer, Universal Music is giving you a shot at it as part of its massive outpouring of recordings commemorating the composer’s 150th birthday (which......
  • Music review: Dudamel takes on Bernstein and Gershwin at the Bowl

     
    Gustavo Dudamel has embraced the Hollywood Bowl like no Los Angeles Philharmonic music director other than, perhaps, Zubin Mehta. In his first year here, he has already conducted two of the venue's historic mainstays: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and, on...
  • Music review: Pietari Inkinen makes his Hollywood Bowl debut with Leon Fleisher as soloist

     
    Pietari Inkinen, who made his Los Angeles Philharmonic debut Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, is 29, music director of the New Zealand Symphony and yet another success story for Finland's fabulous music education. Here we go again, you might......
  • Critic's Notebook: Mehta, Guilini, Previn and Salonen are still with us, via disc and page

     
    Remember last season when a certain French flutist from the Chicago Symphony who, flirting with a position in the Los Angeles Philharmonic before decamping back to his old band, derided our lack of tradition in the playing? Well the Gustavo......
  • Bruno Walter’s Last Concert

     
    Dec. 2, 1960: Van Cliburn, the Cold War sensation who won the 1958 Tchaikovsky piano competition, performs the Brahms second piano concerto with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under Bruno Walter at Shrine Auditorium. [Yes, I cringe to think of what......
  • Music review: Michael Stern makes impressive Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra debut

     
    The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s program at the Alex Theatre on Saturday night was called “Spotlight on LACO,” a family affair. Concertos by Copland and Schumann featured the ensemble’s principal players. But music director Jeffrey Kahane,...
  • The tuba, a.k.a. the bass of the brass

    The tuba, a.k.a. the bass of the brass
    Children of the '50s and '60s may remember "Tubby the Tuba" -- the story, set to music, of a very shy brass instrument in a symphony orchestra. All Tubby wants is a solo. If his saga rings a bell, however, it's probably because of the narrator of the 1947...