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Thursday, November 20

HAPPY BIRTHDAY HURRICANE MAMA: Dudamel Conducts Saint-Saëns

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave, 111 S Grand Ave, CA 0

8:00pm

The organ thrillingly expands the sonic mass of Saint-Saëns' immortal Third Symphony (which also includes a part for piano four-hands). USC composer (and recent Grammy winner) Stephen Hartke extends that repertoire with a work specifically inspired by the Walt Disney Concert Hall organ.

Come for: 6,134 pipes' worth of musical power join the full orchestra when we celebrate Walt Disney Concert Hall's grandest resident instrument with an organ extravaganza.

And more: Audacious arranger and performer Cameron Carpenter plays his organ adaptation of Scriabin's Piano Sonata No. 4.

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Dream Boys

Echo

1822 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

8:30pm

Independent music from the west coast of Scotland has always had a kinship with psychedelic pop music from the west coast of America. Orange Juice loved The Byrds, Teenage Fanclub wanted to be in Buffalo Springfield, the Pastels adored the Electric Prunes. Dream Boys are a modern day trans atlantic love affair realized. Consisting of 3 americans and 1 scotsman, their songs have the spirit of postcard records filtered through the rural haze of the paisley underground. Pure pop with nods to New Zealand’s Flying Nun records and an aura of psychedelia akin to the Church. Their songs float around the notion of time and space, love and heartbreak, the highs and lows with a range of emotion and introspection. One can’t imagine these songs coming from any other band or from any other time other than now.

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Dream Boys

Echo

1822 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

8:30pm

Independent music from the west coast of Scotland has always had a kinship with psychedelic pop music from the west coast of America. Orange Juice loved The Byrds, Teenage Fanclub wanted to be in Buffalo Springfield, the Pastels adored the Electric Prunes. Dream Boys are a modern day trans atlantic love affair realized. Consisting of 3 americans and 1 scotsman, their songs have the spirit of postcard records filtered through the rural haze of the paisley underground. Pure pop with nods to New Zealand’s Flying Nun records and an aura of psychedelia akin to the Church. Their songs float around the notion of time and space, love and heartbreak, the highs and lows with a range of emotion and introspection. One can’t imagine these songs coming from any other band or from any other time other than now.

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Friday, November 21

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