Free Beethoven No. 9 Courtesy of Dudamel

Gus­ta­vo Dudamel, the new music direc­tor of the Los Ange­les Phil­har­mon­ic, kicked off his tenure last Sat­ur­day with a free per­for­mance of Beethoven’s Sym­pho­ny No. 9 at the Hol­ly­wood Bowl. 18,000 peo­ple were in atten­dance. You can lis­ten to the con­cert in its entire­ty here, and read a review of Dudamel’s maid­en voy­age with the LA Phil here.

via @ooble

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