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The site-specific art installation called "WDCH Dreams" by media artist Refik Anadol is projected onto the undulating stainless steel facade of the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall in Sept. 2018 in Los Angeles. ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Rise Of The LA Philharmonic To 'America's Most Important Orchestra'

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Members of the ensemble So Percussion join conductor Gustavo Dudamel for the U.S. premiere of David Lang's man made at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Doriane Raiman/for NPR Music hide caption

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LA Philharmonic In Concert: Dudamel, Mahler And New Music

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'Performance Today' at 20: A Look Back

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The New York Philharmonic performing at the current incarnation of Avery Fisher Hall in January 2011. Chris Lee/courtesy of the New York Philharmonic hide caption

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Gustavo Dudamel leads the L.A. Philharmonic and pianist Herbie Hancock in an all-Gershwin season opener. Matthew Imaging/Los Angeles Philharmonic hide caption

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L.A. Philharmonic Goes Gershwin In Opening Night Gala

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Gustavo Dudamel's L.A. Philharmonic concert was beamed live into movie theaters across the country. Courtesy of the Los Angeles Philharmonic hide caption

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Conductor Gustavo Dudamel is making his maiden voyage into movie theaters across the country. Courtesy of the Los Angeles Philharmonic hide caption

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Christoph Eschenbach's life turned around when he was introduced to music. Henning Bagger/Getty hide caption

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Christoph Eschenbach Conducts The L.A. Philharmonic

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