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Gustavo Dudamel’s Los Angeles Concerts

“Bienvenido Gustavo” Walt Disney Concert Hall (October 3–11). Gustavo Dudamel is a conductor who’s enjoyed almost pop-star hype at the head of Venezuela’s Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra, as well as since being named Esa-Pekka Salonen’s successor at the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Now, finally, the 28-year-old is assuming his post with a week of concerts, starting with a free event at the Hollywood Bowl (lines went around the block the day tickets were released), continuing with the season opener—a John Adams world premiere—and going on through the weekend with a new work by Unsuk Chin and Mahler’s First Symphony.

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