Arts and Music

In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl

Get a front-row seat to some of the best musical performances at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. "In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl" takes you front and center to enjoy musical performances that cross generations and genres — from Broadway to jazz, to Latin American hits. Hosted by LA Phil Music and Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, experience world-class artistry.

Música Sin Fronteras

55m 10s

When it comes to music, there are no borders. Immerse yourself in a Pan-American musical journey starting with Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait” performed by Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil, narrated by legendary Dodgers sportscaster Vin Scully. Hear Colombian singer-actor Carlos Vives sing “La Tierra de Olvido” and “La Gota Fria.”

Episodes

  • Música Sin Fronteras: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Música Sin Fronteras

    S1 E6 - 55m 10s

    When it comes to music, there are no borders. Immerse yourself in a Pan-American musical journey starting with Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait” performed by Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil, narrated by legendary Dodgers sportscaster Vin Scully. Hear Colombian singer-actor Carlos Vives sing “La Tierra de Olvido” and “La Gota Fria.”

  • Fireworks!: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Fireworks!

    S1 E5 - 55m 10s

    A Hollywood Bowl summer is never complete without fireworks. In this episode, we bring the party home to you with Katy Perry appropriately singing her hit “Firework,” the “little orchestra” Pink Martini performing classical, pop, and jazz — all while singing in 15 languages, flamenco singer Diego El Cigala, Dudamel leading the LA Phil in Igor Stravinsky’s “The Firebird.”

  • Gustavo and Friends: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Gustavo and Friends

    S1 E4 - 55m 10s

    Each summer since 1922, the Hollywood Bowl has gathered together a community through love of music. In this episode, watch some of host Gustavo Dudamel’s favorite orchestral performances from throughout the years, and hear past performers take us through their memorable Hollywood Bowl moments.

  • Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl

    S1 E3 - 55m 11s

    Since the first jazz concert in 1939, the genre has been a hallmark at the Hollywood Bowl. From then on, many music greats have graced its stage: Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Thelonious Monk and Miles Davis among them. See what makes jazz nights at the Hollywood Bowl such an experience as you hear from the LA Phil’s Creative Chair for Jazz, Herbie Hancock.

  • Hecho en México: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Hecho en México

    S1 E2 - 55m 10s

    Before becoming part of the U.S., Los Angeles was a Mexican city. This episode pays tribute to the city’s roots and features beloved Mexican and Mexican American artists performing with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil. Tune in to watch Rodrigo y Gabriela, Natalia Lafourcade and La Santa Cecilia, plus Los Ángeles Azules performing with YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles) and Paolo Bortolameolli.

  • Musicals and the Movies: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Musicals and the Movies

    S1 E1 - 55m 10s

    Dive into the love affair between Hollywood and Broadway in this episode celebrating classic songs from Broadway musicals and classic cinema. Enjoy selections from Leonard Bernstein’s love letter to New York City, "On the Town," performed by Sutton Foster and Brian Stokes Mitchell.

Extras + Features

  • Episode 6 Preview | Música Sin Fronteras: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Episode 6 Preview | Música Sin Fronteras

    S1 E6 - 30s

    When it comes to music, there are no borders. Immerse yourself in a Pan-American musical journey starting with Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait" performed by Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil, narrated by legendary Dodgers sportscaster Vin Scully. Hear Colombian singer-actor Carlos Vives sing "La Tierra de Olvido" and "La Gota Fria."

  • Conductor Thomas Wilkins and the Magic of the Hollywood Bowl: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Conductor Thomas Wilkins and the Magic of the Hollywood Bowl

    S1 E6 - 1m 45s

    Hollywood Bowl’s Principal Conductor Thomas Wilkins shares the magic of the Hollywood Bowl performances and how the music brings the whole Los Angeles community together like a giant family and how that affects the performers.

  • Episode 5 Preview | Fireworks!: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Episode 5 Preview | Fireworks!

    S1 E5 - 30s

    Relive the iconic moments of the Hollywood Bowl summer series with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. “In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl,” produced in partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, features the “best of” live performances from the past ten years hosted by LA Phil Music and Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel.

  • Carlos Vives: "Cumbia is Culture": asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Carlos Vives: "Cumbia is Culture"

    S1 E5 - 2m 52s

    Carlos Vives explains the sounds behind his latest album, "Cumbiana," and why cumbia is more than just a sound, but a way to connect to the whole world.

  • Misty Copeland’s Advice for Young Artists: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Misty Copeland’s Advice for Young Artists

    S1 E4 - 59s

    Misty Copeland shares her thoughts on the power of being an individual. Being an artist is to put your authentic self out into the world, she says. Misty Copeland shares her advice for young people about finding and expressing the fullness of their identity in their chosen artform and their lives

  • Episode 4 Preview | Gustavo and Friends: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Episode 4 Preview | Gustavo and Friends

    S1 E4 - 30s

    Watch some of host Gustavo Dudamel’s favorite performances from throughout the years: selections from “Swan Lake” with American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland, Dvořák’s Cello Concerto with Pablo Ferrández, and the finale to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.

  • Episode 3 Preview | Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Episode 3 Preview | Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl

    S1 E3 - 30s

    Since the first jazz concert in 1939, the genre has been a hallmark at the Hollywood Bowl. From then on, many music greats have graced its stage: Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Thelonious Monk and Miles Davis among them. See what makes jazz nights at the Hollywood Bowl such an experience as you hear from the LA Phil’s Creative Chair for Jazz, Herbie Hancock.

  • Episode 2 Preview | Hecho en México: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Episode 2 Preview | Hecho en México

    S1 E2 - 30s

    Before becoming part of the U.S., Los Angeles was a Mexican city. This episode pays tribute to the city’s roots and features beloved Mexican and Mexican American artists performing with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil. Tune in to watch Rodrigo y Gabriela, Natalia Lafourcade and La Santa Cecilia, plus Los Ángeles Azules performing with YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles) and Paolo Bortolameolli.

  • Rodrigo y Gabriela and Gustavo Dudamel on Playing Abroad: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Rodrigo y Gabriela and Gustavo Dudamel on Playing Abroad

    S1 E2 - 1m 52s

    Gustavo Dudamel and duo Rodrigo y Gabriela have international backgrounds. They share their experiences playing outside of their countries for the first time: Dudamel playing in New York City and the duo busking the European countries.

  • Episode 1 Preview | Musicals and the Movies: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Episode 1 Preview | Musicals and the Movies

    S1 E1 - 30s

    Dive into the love affair between Hollywood and Broadway in this episode celebrating classic songs from Broadway musicals and classic cinema. Enjoy selections from Leonard Bernstein’s love letter to New York City, “On the Town,” performed by Sutton Foster and Brian Stokes Mitchell.

  • A Performer's Paradox at the Hollywood Bowl: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    A Performer's Paradox at the Hollywood Bowl

    S1 E1 - 3m 7s

    Brian Stokes Mitchell and Sutton Foster explain the strange situation a performer at the Hollywood Bowl faces: being on stage every season but never really getting to enjoy any performances. They also share their first time performing at the Hollywood Bowl, a beloved venue unlike any found in New York City.

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