Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra

Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra

Biography

The Los Angeles Philharmonic's first conductor was Walter Henry Rothwell, who led the group's first concert 11 days after the orchestra was founded in 1919. Its home was the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at Los Angeles County Music Center until 2003, when it moved next door to the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall. Its popular summer season is held at the Hollywood Bowl, where the orchestra has performed since 1922.
You're just minutes away from millions of songs.
Sign up now.
30-day free trial. Credit card required. Cancel anytime.