Guest conductor María Guinand leads a spirited program exploring Latin American choral music in a concert timed to coincide with Mexico’s vibrant Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations.
Herald the onset of the holidays with our annual selection of favorite carols and songs sublimely sung by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, conducted by Artist-in-Residence Eric Whitacre.
This sparkling celebration of the yuletide brings all six of Bach’s motets together for a festive evening of warmth and jubilation conducted by our Associate Conductor Jenny Wong.
Simply one of the greatest choral works of all time, Handel’s Messiah, as sung by the Los Angeles Master Chorale under the joyful baton of Artistic Director Grant Gershon, returns to Disney Hall.
37 years later, the annual Messiah Sing-Along is more popular than ever! With orchestra and four talented soloists on stage, Artistic Director Grant Gershon conducts the entire audience for a performance of Handel’s most beloved oratorio of all time.
Colorfully chronicling the exodus of the Israelites and the plagues that besieged Egypt, Handel’s biblical oratorio Israel in Egypt is a vibrant vocal showcase that will be enhanced by compelling visual projections created by Syrian Armenian visual artist Kevork Mourad.
Peter Sellars stages the Los Angeles Master Chorale in a dramatic production of Orlando di Lasso's Renaissance masterwork, Lagrime di San Pietro
“Go West” with the world premiere of dreams of the new world by adventurous composer and sound artist Ellen Reid preceded by Terry Riley’s iconic minimalist work, In C.
The Brahms Requiem preambled by two serene and contemplative works by Pulitzer prize-winning composers Caroline Shaw and David Lang.