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Season 3 - EP1
Gabriela Ortiz talks with Dudamel about the Pan-American Music Initiative. Plus, hear Ortiz’ "Arrecife."
Season 3 - EP2
Billie Eilish with the LA Phil & YOLA
Eilish visits with Dudamel and YOLA musicians and shares music from her recent Disney+ concert film.
Season 3 - EP3
Dudamel leads the LA Phil in Mahler’s arrangement of Beethoven’s deeply personal “Serioso” Quartet.
Season 3 - EP4
Dudamel leads one of his favorites, Alberto Ginastera’s orchestra showpiece, "Variaciones concertantes."
Season 2 - EP1
The Carnival of the Animals
Pianists Yuja Wang and David Fung join the LA Phil to explore composer Saint-Saëns’ colorful creatures, featuring animations, stories from around the world, and Gustavo Dudamel with his son Martín.
Season 2 - EP2
A Pan-American Musical Feast
Enjoy the many sounds and flavors of the Americas with music by composers Tania León, Paul Desenne, and Aaron Copland. Plus chef José Andrés stops by to talk with Gustavo.
Season 2 - EP3
Easter Sunrise at the Hollywood Bowl
A hundred years ago, the Los Angeles Philharmonic played the first concert at the Hollywood Bowl for an Easter sunrise service. Celebrate this milestone with soprano Nadine Sierra, gospel duo Mary Mary, and Gustavo leading the LA Phil.
Season 2 - EP4
Grand Pianola Music
Music that began as composer John Adams’ dream of California coastlines and limousine-pianos on the freeway soars at the Hollywood Bowl.
Season 1 - EP1
Love in the Time of COVID
With the help of J’Nai Bridges, Gustavo and the orchestra explore the many expressions of love, featuring music by Peter Lieberson, George Walker, and Gustav Mahler.
Run time - 26 mins
Season 1 - EP2
Salón Los Ángeles
Arturo Márquez and Gustavo Dudamel paying tribute to the history of Salón Los Ángeles, the oldest dance hall in Mexico City, and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet joins the LA Phil for "Rhapsody in Blue."
Season 1 - EP3
Power to the People!
This episode pays tribute to Black voices and excellence, featuring music by William Grant Still, Jessie Montgomery, and Andra Day.
Season 1 - EP4
Soul, jazz, and R&B singer Andra Day performs a set that includes Day’s debut hit “Gold,” “Rise Up,” and a rendition of Nina Simone’s powerful protest anthem “Mississippi Goddam.”
Bonus - EP1
Tchaikovsky’s “Souvenir de Florence”
Inspired by his vacation to Italy, Tchaikovsky’s “Souvenir de Florence” bursts with dynamic melodies and rhythms that make it a joy to perform and to hear.
Run time - 9 mins
Bonus - EP2
Piazzolla’s Tango Ballet
Master of the tango Astor Piazzolla enriched the passionate dance with classical and jazz characteristics, heard in this set of vibrant and intense “scenes.”
Run time - 14 mins
Bonus - EP3
Fanny Mendelssohn’s “Romanze"
An ardent, lyrical outpouring of emotion, the third movement of Fanny Mendelssohn’s E-flat Quartet is brought to life by four principals of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Bonus - EP4
Clara Schumann’s Piano Trio
Written during a difficult time, Clara Schumann’s masterpiece, her Piano Trio, includes this bittersweet movement of longing lyricism, reflecting an internal search for hope and stability.