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  • Los Angeles Philharmonic Announces Additional Programming for the 2022/23 Season Nathaniel Rateliff Plays Nilsson (March 8) Rodrigo Amarante (April 21) Psycho with Orchestra (May 12)
  • Jan. 9, 2023
  • Los Angeles Philharmonic Announces

    Additional Programming for the 2022/23 Season


    Nathaniel Rateliff Plays Nilsson (March 8)

    Rodrigo Amarante (April 21)

    Psycho with Orchestra (May 12)


    Tickets on sale Tuesday, January 10, at 10AM PST


    From Left to Right: Nathaniel Rateliff, Rodrigo Amarante and Janet Leigh in Psycho


    Three concerts have been added to the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s 2022/23 Season at Walt Disney Concert Hall—Nathaniel Rateliff Plays Nilsson (March 8), Rodrigo Amarante (April 21) and Psycho with Orchestra (May 12). Tickets for all three concerts go on sale Tuesday, January 10, at 10AM PST.
    Nathaniel Rateliff will be joined by an orchestra for a performance of Harry Nilsson’s album A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night in its entirety, as well as a selection of Nilsson originals. The original album takes listeners on a narrative arc through infatuation, courting, marriage, separation, and the inevitable slide into old age. Singer and songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff breathes new life into this classic, blending his folk, Americana, and vintage rhythm & blues influences with Nilsson’s tribute to the Golden Age of American music.
    Rodrigo Amarante takes a new approach in sound for his debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall, bringing a new ensemble of musicians and a repertoire full of surprises. A longtime resident, Amarante returns for his first LA performance since October 2021 at The Ford for the release of his latest album, Drama. Expect an exciting night celebrating songs from each of his many projects, some of his new unreleased material, as well as some of his favorite Brazilian songs.
    Thanks to Bernard Herrmann’s remarkably inventive strings-only composition, the American Film Institute has ranked the ferocious musical driving force of Psycho among the Top Ten Greatest Film Scores of All Time. The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, led by conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos, underscores the emotional tension of the soul-searing plot, while one of the greatest—and most nerve-wracking—films of all time is projected on Walt Disney Concert Hall’s big screen.
    March 8, 2023, at 8 PM
    Nathaniel Rateliff Plays Nilsson
    April 21, 2023 at 8:00 PM
    Rodrigo Amarante
    May 12, 2023, at 8:00 PM
    Psycho with Orchestra
    Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
    Constantine Kitsopoulos, conductor
    Walt Disney Concert Hall
    111 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    Tickets for all three concerts are available for purchase tomorrow, Tuesday, January 10, at 10AM PST, online at or via phone at 323 850 2000.


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    About the LA Phil
    Under the leadership of Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, the LA Phil offers live performances, media initiatives and learning programs that inspire and strengthen communities in Los Angeles and beyond. The Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra is the foundation of the LA Phil’s offerings, which also include a multi-genre, multidisciplinary presenting program and such youth development programs as YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles). Performances are offered on three historic stages—Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and The Ford—as well as through a variety of media platforms. In all its endeavors, the LA Phil seeks to enrich the lives of individuals and communities through musical, artistic and learning experiences that resonate in our world today.  
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