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  • The Tales of Hoffmann

    Until Apr 15, 2017

  • LA Opera: Tosca

    Apr 22 - May 13, 2017

  • Shen Yun Performing Arts

    Apr 28 - 29, 2017

  • Scottish Ballet - A Streetcar Named Desire

    May 19 - 21, 2017

  • Eifman Ballet: Tchaikovsky

    Jun 23 - 25, 2017

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The Tales of Hoffmann

Until April 15, 2017

Leading international soprano Diana Damrau is set to make her LA Opera debut in 2017 as part of its 30th anniversary season, singing not one, but all four female lovers Olympia, Giulietta, Antonia and Stella of the titular character, Hoffmann. Conducted by iconic tenor Placido Domingo in his capacity as general director of the company, this operatic superstar pairing is a highly anticipated event. Co-produced with the Mariinsky Theater and Washington National Opera, the production is directed by Maria Domingo, working closely with the great tenor himself.

LA Opera: Tosca Poster

LA Opera: Tosca

April 22 - May 13, 2017

Part of LA Opera's 30th anniversary season in 2017, Tosca makes a welcome return to the repertory, having last been performed in 2013. Returning to sing the role of the tragic ingenue is the critically acclaimed Sondra Radvanovsky, who led John Caird's thrilling production. John Conlon will conduct proceedings for this colorful revival. Puccini's intense opera in three acts is set in the boiling turmoil of Napoleonic Rome in 1800 just before the battle of Marengo, elevating everything from drama, battle and romance through the eyes of a desperate prima donna as she tries to save her lover.

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Shen Yun Performing Arts

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April 28 - 29, 2017

A glorious celebration of five thousand years of Chinese culture, Shen Yun presents colorful and exhilarating performances of classical Chinese dance and music, integrating technique and influence from both East and West. A performance by Shen Yun is a presentation of traditional Chinese culture as it once was: a study in grace, wisdom, and the virtues distilled from an ancient feudal period of time.

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Scottish Ballet - A Streetcar Named Desire

May 19 - 21, 2017

Returning to the USA on tour in May 2017, Scottish Ballet will present their critically acclaimed and award-winning production of A Streetcar Named Desire, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Tennessee Williams for the first time in California In what is set to be a highly anticipated engagement at Los Angeles' Music Center, this production was originally commissioned in 2012 to celebrate the 65th anniversary of Williams' work, and now is about to receive its West Coast premiere in time for its 70th! Follow the sexually charged story of Stanley and Blanche through a searing ballet interpretation that will set the stage on fire.

Eifman Ballet: Tchaikovsky Poster

Eifman Ballet: Tchaikovsky

June 23 - 25, 2017

Ballet and the music of Tchaikovsky are synonymous with each other, with the great composer having created several of the most famous musical accompaniments to dance in the world; Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Onegin and Anna Karenina. As part of its current North American tour, this two-date engagement in Los Angeles sees the legendary St Petersburg-based Eifman Company perform a full-length, specially created ballet that celebrates and explores the life of Tchaikovsky himself, through showcasing his artistic creations and often-tortured concealed sexuality. A new and exciting vision of the great composer himself, through the medium of ballet.

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

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Music Center, 135 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

  • Year opened: 1964

The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, named after Dorothy Buffum Chandler, is part of the Los Angeles Music Center. The LA Music Center is one of the three largest performing arts centers in the United States. With a seating capacity of 3197 across four tiers, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is home to the Los Angeles Opera and Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center. The venue has had a Christmas Eve tradition since 1964, where it holds a free six hour music and dance celebration by groups from all over Los Angeles.

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