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On Tour

artist Date Locations Additional Information Tickets
2015-05-26 - 20:00
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles CA
United States

conducts LA Phil New Music Group w/Hila Plitmann, soprano; works include Jacob Cooper's Alla stagion dei fior

2015-06-05 - 20:00
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles CA
United States

Available Light: music by John Adams, choreography by Lucinda Childs, set design by Frank Gehry; post-performance talk w/creators

2015-10-15 - 22:15
Concertgebouw
Amsterdam
Netherlands

conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

2015-10-16 - 20:15
Concertgebouw
Amsterdam
Netherlands

conducts Concertgebouw Orchestra, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

2015-10-29 - 19:30
Barbican Hall
London
United Kingdom

conducts London Symphony Orchestra, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2 (UK Premiere)

2016-03-17 - 19:30
S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall
Seattle WA
United States

conducts Seattle Symphony, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

2016-03-18 - 19:00
S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall
Seattle WA
United States

conducts Seattle Symphony, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

2016-03-19 - 20:00
S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall
Seattle WA
United States

conducts Seattle Symphony, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

2016-04-14 - 20:00
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles CA
United States

conducts LA Philharmonic, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

2016-04-15 - 20:00
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles CA
United States

conducts LA Philharmonic, Leila Josefowicz in his Scheherazade.2

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