Classical Music News for July/August 2010:

LOS ANGELES -- Magnificent Mozart and Heroic Beethoven are just two of the highlights of the Hollywood Bowl's 2010 season. The former program consists of the Labeque sisters (Katia and Marielle) performing Thamos, King of Egypt and Symphony No. 36 by Mozart, with Nicholas McGegan conducting the LA Philharmonic. The latter features pianist David Fray interpreting Beethoven'sThird Piano Concerto and his Eroica Symphony. Again, LA Phil accompanies, with Pablo Heras-Casado conducting.
An August highlight is Gustavo Dudamel conducting Songs of the People for the LA Phil. The vocal works are by Enescu, Piazzolla, Falla and Bernstein. Pianist Emanuel Ax will perform an all-Brahms evening on Aug. 12.
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