Los Angeles Philharmonic: Christian Reif & Midori – All Dvorak at Hollywood Bowl

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Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, California

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Step into the grandeur of the Hollywood Bowl this August 20th for a majestic evening with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Presenting the "Los Angeles Philharmonic: Christian Reif & Midori - All Dvorak" concert, this night promises an auditory feast with songs that resonate with emotion and finesse.

Celebrated violinist Midori, known for her breathtaking renditions of timeless classics, teams up with acclaimed conductor Christian Reif to pay homage to the genius of Dvorak. Experience the touching strains of "From the New World" and be captivated by the passionate vigor of his Violin Concerto, as Midori brings to life the profound depths of these compositions with her virtuosic precision.

The Los Angeles Philharmonic, hailed for their spectacular performances, sets the stage for a triumphant celebration of Dvorak's masterpieces. This is your opportunity to be part of an evening where every note will tell a story and leave you enraptured. Tickets starting at just $119 are available now.

Do not miss this splendid convergence of talent and heritage at one of L.A.'s most iconic venues. Secure your seats today and witness the maestros as they honor the legacy of Dvorak with an unrivaled symphonic experience. Click 'buy tickets' and prepare for an exceptional journey through the power of classical music.

Prepare for an evening suffused with the lush tonalities and stirring songs characteristic of a night solely dedicated to the works of Antonín Dvořák. Set under the stars at the esteemed Hollywood Bowl, the Los Angeles Philharmonic: Christian Reif & Midori – All Dvořák concert presents an aural panorama of Bohemian landscapes brought to life through sound. plunge in the vigor of the "Carnival Overture," feel the soulful embrace of the Violin Concerto, and surrender to the sweeping symphonic journey that is Dvořák's Seventh Symphony. With every note, fans will find themselves traversing the verdant hills and valleys of Dvořák's beloved homeland.

Christian Reif

Marking a significant debut, Christian Reif steps on stage as the conductor for this all-Dvořák program. Famed for his expressive command and exciting conducting style, Reif has rapidly ascended the ranks of contemporary conductors. His collaborations have been celebrated far and wide, and his leadership for this event promises to enthrall and entertain the audience of the Hollywood Bowl.


Midori, a violin virtuoso whose artistry has been recognized with prestigious awards, including the Avery Fisher Prize, will lead us through Dvořák's compelling soundscape. With a bow and strings, she communicates the depth of human emotion, commanding the stage with an intensity that echoes the profound narratives woven into Dvořák's compositions. Her performances elicit standing ovations around the globe, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic: Christian Reif & Midori – All Dvořák event is set to be no exception.

Hollywood Bowl Information

The Hollywood Bowl, known for its perfect surround sound and iconic shell, stands as one of the largest natural amphitheaters in the world, boasting a seating capacity for nearly 18,000 spectators. Its storied history includes hosting the Los Angeles Philharmonic since its opening in 1922. With ample amenities and a tradition of memorable performances, it's no wonder this venue remains a celebrated site for music lovers. For further details on seating or venue specifics, please contact the Hollywood Bowl directly.

Ticket Information

Music aficionados take note; tickets for this momentous event start at $119, and can be securely purchased through Ticket Squeeze by clicking on the "buy tickets" button. Gather friends, plan a sublime summer evening, and become part of the enduring legacy of Dvořák at the Hollywood Bowl this coming August 20th. Secure your tickets now and ensure your place at an event that promises to resonate in your hearts long after the final note has been played.

Los Angeles Philharmonic at Hollywood Bowl

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