Tag Archives: MOZART

Don Giovanni: Master Seducer for the 21st Century

By Victoria Looseleaf With tickets hotter than the sands of Abu Dhabi, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s first foray into opera, Don Giovanni, more than lived up to its hype – from some of the seats. Seriously, with crumpled-paper sets designed … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Steve Jobs; Hello (Again), Eiko & Koma

By Victoria Looseleaf When last we wrote about Eiko & Koma in March, they were in the midst of their retrospective tour, Regeneration (click here to read about the duo, their backgrounds, their work, the art of Butoh…). We also … Continue reading

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The Los Angeles Philharmonic: A Lovefest

By Victoria Looseleaf Just a quick note from The Report, whose main scribe’s wild and crazy career has lately involved a lot of Bowl-going (some 25 times during the fabulous 2011 season), a bit of globe-hopping to cover music and … Continue reading

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Gil and Gustavo: Combustion Squared

By Victoria Looseleaf It was a virtual love fest at the Hollywood Bowl when violinist extraordinaire, Gil Shaham, blew the shell off the 90-year old venue with his reading of Mozart’s Fifth Violin Concerto. Of course, he had some help … Continue reading

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