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Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
María Dueñas, violin

Constant innovation and reinvention define the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Now in his 12th season as music & artistic director, Gustavo Dudamel’s vision and creative direction for the organization has led the New York Times to herald the Los Angeles Philharmonic as “the most important orchestra in America—period.”

Joining Dudamel for the local premiere of a newly commissioned work by Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz is the young and electrifying Spanish violinist María Dueñas in her Boston debut.

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