Hollywood Bowl 2014 Season Press Release

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LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES HOLLYWOOD BOWL 2014 SUMMER SERIES Los Angeles Philharmonic Celebrates 93rd Season at the Hollywood Bowl Subscriptions On Sale Now for Classical, Weekend Spectaculars, Sunset Concerts, Jazz and KCRW’s World Festival Series Single Tickets Available Sunday May 4



LOS ANGELES (FEBRUARY 4, 2014) – The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association today announced the Hollywood Bowl summer 2014 subscription series and single events for its 93rd season at the historic venue. The Hollywood Bowl – named “Best Major Outdoor Concert Venue” by Pollstar magazine for the ninth straight year – is one of the most renowned summer cultural venues in the world and has been the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic since 1922. The 2014 summer season spans 15 weeks, from June to September, and features a wide variety of the world’s greatest artists from all genres of music, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at its core. New subscriptions for the Hollywood Bowl 2014 summer season are available starting today, and the Hollywood Bowl box office opens for single ticket sales on Sunday, May 4. “The 2014 Hollywood Bowl summer season presents an extraordinary array of music in one of the world’s most iconic musical venues,” said Deborah Borda, LA Phil President and Chief Executive Officer. “The opening of the Hollywood Bowl each year marks the official start of summer for generations of music lovers across Los Angeles. This year is particularly special as Gustavo Dudamel celebrates his fifth season as Music Director at the venue where he made his U.S. debut. He returns with an all-Beethoven program; the third installation of his signature festival, Americas & Americans, with programs that showcase popular and

classical music as well as film composers from North and South America; and of course, his summer appearances include opera – this time two of the great Italian operas - Cavalleria rusticana and Pagliacci. Esa-Pekka Salonen makes a rare visit, and we delight in the return of dear friends, including Joshua Bell, Yo-Yo Ma, Steve Martin and John Williams. Anniversaries abound with the 15th year of the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame Opening Night, the 20th anniversary of DreamWorks Animation and the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first Hollywood Bowl performance. Herbie Hancock, entering his fifth season as Creative Chair for Jazz, and Thomas Wilkins, Principal Guest Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, also return, collaborating with some of the world’s greatest musicians. The season begins when, under the Philharmonic umbrella for the first time, we present the Playboy Jazz Festival. There is something here for everyone, and we look forward to welcoming you back this summer.”

LA PHIL MUSIC DIRECTOR GUSTAVO DUDAMEL’S HOLLYWOOD BOWL APPEARANCES Holder of the Walt and Lilly Disney Chair, Music Director Gustavo Dudamel, in his fifth summer season under the stars, conducts an all-Beethoven evening; brings together music from both sides of the hemisphere in his signature festival, Americas & Americans; and leads a one-night-only double-bill of Italian opera, Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. The week of July 22, Dudamel is joined by a French trio - Renaud Capuçon, violin; Gautier Capuçon, cello; and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano - in an all-Beethoven program opening with the composer’s Triple Concerto, and concluding with Symphony No. 5. This performance marks Gautier Capuçon’s debut at the Hollywood Bowl. Americas & Americans, a festival first presented during Dudamel’s inaugural 2009/10 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall and revived at the Bowl in 2012, exemplifies his vision of one American culture across continents. To open his week, Dudamel conducts a special evening of song and dance, with details forthcoming. Turning an eye towards the influence of cinematic music, Americas & Americans continues with Noche De Cine, celebrating film composers from North and South America including Gustavo Santaolalla (Babel, Amores perros, The Motorcycle Diaries) and a suite from Dudamel’s own score to Libertador. In a very special weekend program, Latin pop pioneer Gloria Estefan joins the festival with

performances that serves up her hits and classics from the Cuban and American songbooks. The festival kicks off on July 23 with a program of Latin Jazz. Gustavo continues to share his lifelong passion for opera with a special night of Italian masterpieces, Cavalleria rusticana and Pagliacci. The Los Angeles Philharmonic is joined by the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, and stellar casts that include Stuart Neill, Michelle DeYoung, Julianna Di Giacomo, Christopher Maltman, Tamara Mumford and Susan Bickley.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Thursday, July 24, 2014 Los Angeles Philharmonic Gustavo Dudamel, conductor Renaud Capuçon, violin Gautier Capuçon, cello Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano BEETHOVEN Triple Concerto BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 5

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Los Angeles Philharmonic Gustavo Dudamel, conductor Americas & Americans Program TBD

Thursday, July 31, 2014 Los Angeles Philharmonic Gustavo Dudamel, conductor Americas & Americans - Noche de Cine Gustavo Santaolalla, special guest SANTAOLALLA Suite from The Motorcycle Diaries DUDAMEL Suite from Libertador This evening celebrating film composers from North and South America features film clips and music from a range of composers including Argentinean Gustavo Santaolalla (Babel, Amores perros, The Motorcycle Diaries), as well as a suite from Dudamel’s score to Libertador.

Sunday, July 27, 2014 Los Angeles Philharmonic Gustavo Dudamel, conductor Los Angeles Master Chorale Grant Gershon, music director Los Angeles Children’s Chorus MASCAGNI Cavalleria rusticana Stuart Neill, Turiddu Michelle de Young, Santuza Tamara Mumford, Lola Susan Bickley, Mamma Lucia

Christopher Maltman, Alfio LEONCAVALLO Pagliacci Julianna Di Giacomo, Nedda Stuart Neill, Canio Christopher Maltman, Silvio This concert benefits the LA Phil Musicians Pension Fund.

CLASSICAL TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC, 8 PM The Los Angeles Philharmonic performs 10 weeks of exceptional classical programs during the Hollywood Bowl’s Tuesdays and Thursdays series featuring the world’s biggest classical stars.

The LA Phil’s summer classical season opens with superstar violinist Joshua Bell displaying his virtuosity and collaborative skills in solo concerto, chamber music and more, with help from some of his special friends. The program, led by the wry and witty Bowl favorite Bramwell Tovey, includes Ravel’s Tzigane and Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. (July 8)

Tovey continues the first week of the LA Phil classical season by bringing 20 thcentury favorites from Bernstein and Gershwin, acting as both conductor and pianist for Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Broadway bombshell, singer and actress Megan Hilty (Smash, Wicked) sings favorite Gershwin tunes. (July 10)

Making a special visit to the Hollywood Bowl, virtuosic pianist Yefim Bronfman performs one of his signature pieces, Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1, led by close collaborator and LA Phil Conductor Laureate Esa-Pekka Salonen. (July 15)

In an evening of firsts, the talented Yuja Wang plays the first piano concertos of both Shostakovich and Prokofiev for the first time in a single evening. Esa-Pekka Salonen, continuing his week at the Bowl, takes the theme further by leading the orchestra in the first symphonies of both composers. (July 17)

A blockbuster French trio – brothers Renaud and Gautier Capuçon (violin and cello) with pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet – joins Music Director Gustavo Dudamel for an evening of Beethoven, concluding with the composer’s famous Symphony No. 5. (July 22 & 24)

Gustavo Dudamel leads the LA Phil and special guests in an exciting evening that brings together symphonic music and contemporary sounds from all the Americas in this Americas & Americans concert. (July 29)

The evening’s program, part of Americas & Americans, celebrates film composers from North and South America and features film clips from a range of composers including Argentinean Gustavo Santaolalla (Babel, Amores perros, The Motorcycle Diaries), as well as a suite from Dudamel’s score to Libertador. (July 31)

The evening sparkles with the instrumental brilliance of rising stars guitarist Miloš Karadaglić and trumpeter Alison Balsom in zesty Spanish solos, as well as a special set together, surrounded by colorful orchestral dances. Joshua Weilerstein conducts. (August 5)

Passionate, inventive violinist Hilary Hahn delves into Brahms’ momentous Double Concerto partnered with LA Phil Principal Cellist Robert deMaine. Sensational young Lithuanian conductor Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla - who made her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut in January 2013 - makes her Bowl debut with Mahler’s “Titan” Symphony. (August 7)

Hollywood Bowl favorite Leonard Slatkin returns with an all-Russian program featuring Rimsky-Korsakov’s dazzling and colorful Scheherazade, which perfectly captures four exotic tales of the Arabian nights. Soloist Gil Shaham performs Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 in a program that also includes Glinka’s Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture. (August 12)

Legends and masters Yo-Yo Ma and Leonard Slatkin join for an unforgettable evening of music-making that includes Elgar’s Cello Concerto. (August 14)

Nicholas McGegan brings rain, sun and storm to the Bowl as LA Phil Principal Concertmaster Martin Chalifour plays Vivaldi’s Four Seasons juxtaposed with Piazzolla’s tango-flavored Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, topped by Handel’s glorious Water Music. (August 19)

Nicholas McGegan’s evening of Mozart includes a mixture of the prolific composer’s mature works, as well as his Piano Concerto No. 22, performed by Inon Barnatan, and concludes with his “Haffner” Symphony. (August 21)

Beethoven’s ultimate piano concerto, the regal and uplifting Fifth, resounds under the night sky as irrepressible French conductor Stéphane Denève graces the Bowl stage with a program featuring Canadian pianist Marc-André Hamelin. Mussorgsky’s vivid Pictures at an Exhibition caps the evening. (August 26 & 28)

The autumnal glow of Mozart’s Concerto, featuring clarinet wizard Kari Kriikku, is contrasted with Mendelssohn’s quicksilver visions, for an enchanted evening at the Bowl under the baton of Ludovic Morlot. (September 2)

Wide-open American vistas meet the magical world of fairy tales in a program featuring the Hollywood Bowl debut of LA’s own Simone Porter, a violinist currently studying at the Colburn School. Conductor Ludovic Morlot leads the evening, which culminates in a vivid new fireworks display. (September 4)

This performance of Holst’s Planets is designed to transport the audience to another realm: the evocative music will be accompanied by HD images from NASA and JPL rovers and satellites, as well as computer-generated graphics of the Mars landing and more. The program opens with the U.S. premiere of Mark-Anthony’s Turnage’s LA Phil-commissioned Concerto for Drum Kit and Orchestra, performed by Peter Erskine and led by Bramwell Tovey. (September 9)

Juanjo Mena closes the Bowl’s classical season with Beethoven’s celebration of life and brotherhood, the Symphony No. 9, featuring the magnificent voices of the Los Angeles Master Chorale. (September 11)

WEEKEND SPECTACULARS FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS, 8 PM The Hollywood Bowl’s Weekend Spectaculars series offers audiences the quintessential summer concert-going experience.

Chris Botti * Chris Isaak (July 11/12) Los Angeles Philharmonic Bramwell Tovey, conductor These two suave and sophisticated stars share the stage with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for a romantic evening of beautiful ballads and enchanting melodies. After performances from both artists, they will collaborate for the first time ever – the lush tones of Chris Botti along with the tenderhearted crooning of Chris Isaak, a perfect mix for a very special summer evening.

DreamWorks Animation in Concert – Celebrating 20 Years (July 18/19) Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Thomas Wilkins, conductor Jack Black, host From Shrek to How to Train Your Dragon, DreamWorks Animation’s great stories and beloved characters inspire and delight audiences of all ages. The Hollywood Bowl celebrates the studio’s 20th anniversary with visually stunning film clips of favorites such as Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and many others on the Bowl’s big screen, with their memorable scores performed live.

Gloria Estefan (July 25/26) AMERICAS & AMERICANS Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Thomas Wilkins, conductor International superstar Gloria Estefan performs songs from her Grammy®nominated CD, The Standards, which features classical tunes from the Great American Songbook. Fans will also be treated to Gloria’s iconic hits as they’ve never been heard before.

HAIR (Aug 1/ 2) Book and Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado * Music by Galt MacDermot All-star cast to be announced From its stunning Broadway premiere in 1968, Hair defined the “rock musical,” exuberantly celebrating the hippie counterculture, anti-war movement and sexual revolution of the 1960s with a rainbow score of hits – including “Aquarius,” “Good Morning Starshine,” and “Easy to be Hard” – that have become ingrained in pop culture. Audiences will celebrate this groundbreaking American journey as we “Let the Sunshine In.” Contains mature subject matter and brief nudity.

Gladys Knight (Aug 8/9) Kool & The Gang The Empress of Soul, Gladys Knight, has been R&B, soul and jazz royalty for decades, garnering seven Grammys® with hits such as “Midnight Train to Georgia” and “Neither One of Us.” The famously funky Kool & the Gang “Get Down On It” with a “Celebration” in a double bill that can’t be beat.

Tchaikovsky Spectacular With Fireworks (August 15/16) Los Angeles Philharmonic Leonard Slatkin, conductor Alexandra Soumm, violin USC Marching Band, Arthur C. Bartner, director TCHAIKOVSKY Marche slave * Violin Concerto Suite from Swan Lake * 1812 Overture This weekend presents the thrilling moment when the marching band joins the orchestra, the cannon fires and the fireworks blast off for Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. Summer is not complete without this beloved Bowl tradition.

The Beatles’ 50th at the Bowl (Aug 22/23) Dave Stewart, ringmaster and musical director It’s been 50 years since The Beatles played their first iconic show at the Hollywood Bowl, and Beatlemania is still going strong. Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) will be our ringmaster and musical director, joined by special guests. As well as performing many Beatles classics, we will re-create the historic set, including “Twist and Shout,”

“I Want to Hold Your Hand” and “A Hard Day’s Night” plus vintage clips and much more in celebration of the Fab Four’s L.A. Invasion. 

John Williams: Maestro of the Movies (Aug 29/30) Los Angeles Philharmonic John Williams, conductor Seth MacFarlane, special guest With his instantly recognizable scores, John Williams has redefined the art of film music. He makes audiences cheer, brings them to tears and keeps them on the edge of their seats. This year, the Maestro welcomes special guest Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, Ted), pays tribute to some of the classic stars of Warner Bros. Pictures, and conducts selections from some of his beloved movie hits, including Jurassic Park and, of course, Star Wars! It’s a Hollywood Bowl tradition not to be missed.

Elvis Costello (Sept 5/6) Ben Folds Los Angeles Philharmonic Scott Dunn, conductor Prolific and evocative musical icon Costello delves into his diverse catalogue, and power-pop singer, songwriter and pianist Folds plays his hits, both humorous and earnest. Each star joins the Los Angeles Philharmonic for his own set.

Fireworks Finale: The Simpsons’ 25th Anniversary (Sept 12/13) Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Thomas Wilkins, conductor The Simpsons is widely considered to be one of the greatest TV shows of all time – 27 Primetime Emmys®! The longest-running American sitcom ever continues to thrive with its dead-on satire and razor-sharp wit. Journey from the Springfield Bowl to the Hollywood Bowl for this unprecedented event, as the Orchestra accompanies your favorite scenes on the big screen. Join the celebration of a quarter century of groundbreaking creativity, with special guests and a fireworks finale.

SUNDAY SUNSET CONCERTS SUNDAYS, 7:30 PM A series of eclectic performances across the musical spectrum from opera to Broadway to a fireworks finale and more

Pagliacci & Cavalleria Rusticana (July 27) Los Angeles Philharmonic Gustavo Dudamel, conductor Los Angeles Master Chorale Grand Gershon, music director Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Anne Tomlinson, artistic director Cast includes: Stuart Neill, Michelle DeYoung, Julianna Di Giacomo, Christopher Maltman, Tamara Mumford and Susan Bickley MASCAGNI Cavalleria rusticana LEONCAVALLO Pagliacci Experience the extreme, no-holds barred passions of jealous lovers in this beloved double-bill from two Italian opera composers, each at the top of his game. For this concert presentation, Dudamel leads a cast rich in vocal and dramatic talents. The concert benefits the LA Phil Musicians Pension Fund.

Hair (Aug 3) Book and Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado * Music by Galt MacDermot All-star cast to be announced From its stunning Broadway premiere in 1968, Hair defined the “rock musical,” exuberantly celebrating the hippie counterculture, anti-war movement and sexual revolution of the 1960s with a rainbow score of hits – including “Aquarius,” “Good Morning Starshine,” and “Easy to be Hard” – that have become ingrained in pop culture. Audiences will celebrate this groundbreaking American journey as we “Let the Sunshine In.”

The Beatles’ 50th at the Bowl (Aug 24) Dave Stewart, ringmaster and musical director It’s been 50 years since The Beatles played their first iconic show at the Hollywood Bowl, and Beatlemania is still going strong. Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) will be our ringmaster and musical director, joined by special guests. As well as performing many Beatles classics, we will re-create the historic set, including “Twist and Shout,” “I Want to Hold Your Hand” and “A Hard Day’s Night” plus vintage clips and much more in celebration of the Fab Four’s L.A. Invasion.

Fireworks Finale: The Simpsons’ 25th Anniversary (Sept 14) Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Thomas Wilkins, conductor The Simpsons is widely considered to be one of the greatest TV shows of all time – 27 Primetime Emmys®! The longest-running American sitcom ever continues to thrive with its dead-on satire and razor-sharp wit. Journey from the Springfield Bowl to the Hollywood Bowl for this unprecedented event, as the Orchestra accompanies your favorite scenes on the big screen. Join the celebration of a quarter century of groundbreaking creativity, with special guests and a fireworks finale.

JAZZ AT THE BOWL WEDNESDAYS, 8 PM Herbie Hancock, the William Powers & Carolyn Powers Creative Chair for Jazz, guides the great tradition of jazz at the Bowl with 8 concerts that span the genre. 

To Ella With Love (July 9) The Count Basie Orchestra Patti Austin, special guest Dee Dee Bridgewater, special guest Yuna, special guest with additional special guests to be announced Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra The “First Lady of Song” Ella Fitzgerald was one of the world’s greatest jazz voices. We salute her swinging scat and timeless classics with the Count Basie Orchestra and

special guest vocalists. L.A.’s own Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra kicks the evening off with instrumental prowess and excellent jazzmanship. 

Boz Scaggs (July 16) Lee Ritenour and Dave Grusin Eliane Elias Great blue-eyed soulster Boz Scaggs brings all his hits, plus smooth rhythm-andblues tracks from his new release Memphis. Musical friends Ritenour and Grusin promise eclectic tastes, flawless technique and cool refinement. Elias plays her captivating fusion of Bill Evans-influenced jazz and Brazilian grooves.

Artists to be announced AMERICAS & AMERICANS (July 23)

Herbie Hancock with orchestra (Aug 6) Vince Mendoza, conductor Gregory Porter Additional artist to be announced Led by Mendoza, Hancock’s compositions take on new life, to sweeping effect, with the addition of orchestral arrangements. Acclaimed new jazz singer Porter adds warmth and old-school soulfulness with his own set.

Get On Up: A James Brown Celebration (Aug 13) Christian McBride, musical director Bettye LaVette, special guest Additional special guests to be announced Join the ultra-high-energy celebration of “The Hardest Working Man in Show Business!” Passionate James Brown expert Christian McBride presides over a homage to the Grammy®-winning Godfather of Soul, featuring some of JB’s original band members.

Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On” with John Legend (Aug 20) Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings Los Angeles Philharmonic Steven Reineke, conductor Nine-time Grammy®-winning John Legend recreates Marvin Gaye’s classic homage to America and the civil rights movement – What’s Going On – in its entirety, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Opening the evening, Legend and funk-soul star Sharon Jones duet in famed Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell hits.

Frampton’s Guitar Circus (Aug 27) Peter Frampton Buddy Guy An Amazing night of guitar-hero pyrotechnics and gusty rhythm-and-blues awaits you as Grammy-winning guitarist Peter Frampton and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, the Real Deal, Buddy Guy each set the night on fire with his own indelibly searing performance.

The Academy Celebrates The Black Movie Soundtrack (Sept 3) Marcus Miller plus special guests to be announced Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Vince Mendoza, conductor Grammy-winning musician and composer Marcus Miller teams up with award-winning producer/director Reginald Hudlin for a soulful celebration of music and movies, with clips on the Bowl’s big screen. From Stormy Weather and Superfly to Purple Rain and Waiting to Exhale, it will be an unforgettable evening marked by a stellar array of special guest performances. Produced in cooperation with A.M.P.A.S.®

KCRW’s WORLD FESTIVAL SUNDAYS, 7 PM Created in partnership with the LA Phil, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl celebrates its 16th season with specially curated programs reflecting a broad range of musical traditions. 

Janelle Monáe Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 Roman GianArthur June 22 Nominated for six Grammys® since her debut album, Janelle Monáe has become one of the most iconic women in music with her mix of R&B, soul, hip-hop, funk, and science-fiction surrealism. Youngest son of Fela, Seun Kuti leads his father’s final band, Egypt 80, with passionate lead vocals, fierce horn hooks and unbridled hardhitting grooves. Monáe’s smooth soul label mate Roman GianArthur opens.

Röyksopp & Robyn Additional artist to be announced June 29 Get ready for a massive, outdoor dance party with Röyksopp & Robyn for their Do It Again Tour 2014. The Norwegian electronic duo and Swedish pop champion have a long history of working and performing together, with wildly fun results.

REGGAE NIGHT XIII Jimmy Cliff Shaggy Don Carlos and the Dub Vision Band July 20 Reggae legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jimmy Cliff returns to the Bowl with his soulful roots reggae and hits “Many Rivers to Cross,” “The Harder They Come” and “Wild World.” “Mr. Boombastic” Shaggy brings the party with his dancehall hits and Don Carlos opens with sweet-voiced classics.

Glen Hansard Iron & Wine Additional artist to be announced August 10

Glen Hansard, the principal singer and songwriter behind the Oscar®- and Tony®winning Once and the bands The Swell Season and The Frames, brings his electrifying band and raw emotion to the Hollywood Bowl in support of his upcoming solo album. Iron & Wine will make his Hollywood Bowl debut with a career-spanning set of cinematic yet intimate songs to begin the evening. 

Caetano Veloso Andrew Bird Devendra Banhart DJ Frosty September 21 Legendary Brazilian composer, singer, guitarist and poet Caetano Veloso, who has won over 11 Grammys® plus countless other honors and awards, delights with his sunny and compelling tropicalia. Classically trained multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird draws on troubadour folk, gypsy swing and refined rock to form delicately layered melodies and exquisite pop music. Devendra Banhart returns with his mischievous and magical musical ideas. DJ Frosty (dublab) opens the show.

Artists to be announced September 28

SPECIAL CONCERTS AND EVENTS Available to subscribers ONLY for advance purchase during the subscription sales period Opening Night at the Bowl The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, led by Thomas Wilkins, kicks off the summer season with the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame concert, now celebrating its 15th year. The Bowl’s star-studded and always memorable Opening Night is one of the most anticipated highlights of the season. Legendary inductees to be announced for this year’s festivities. Celebrations this year also mark the 10th anniversary of the new Hollywood Bowl shell designed by Hodgetts+Fung. Proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its music education programs. (June 21, at 8 PM)

Past Hall of Famers include Patti Austin, Kathleen Battle, Joshua Bell, Garth Brooks, The Carpenters, Sarah Chang, Harry Connick Jr., Roger Daltrey, Plácido Domingo, Gloria Estefan, Sir James Galway, Josh Groban, George Harrison, Marilyn Horne, Chaka Khan, B.B. King, Nathan Lane, John Legend, Patti LuPone, Henry Mancini, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Founding Director John Mauceri, Reba McEntire, Liza Minnelli, Monty Python, Randy Newman, Joe Perry Bernadette Peters, Bonnie Raitt, John Raitt, Carlos Santana, Frank Sinatra, the Smothers Brothers, Leopold Stokowski, Donna Summer, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Steven Tyler, André Watts, John Williams, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson and Trisha Yearwood. The “Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame” was conceived on behalf of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association by Wayne Baruch and Charles F. Gayton, executive producers of the 2014 concert.

Playboy Jazz Festival The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association will present the 36th annual Playboy Jazz Festival June 14-15, 2014, at the Hollywood Bowl. As always, the Festival will feature the emerging generation of jazz artists as well as superstars of the genre. The all-star line-up will include George Benson, Jamie Cullum, Arturo Sandoval Big Band, Dianne Reeves, Jon Batiste, Kenny Barron and many more to be announced, hosted by George Lopez. (June 14 and 15 at 3 PM) July 4 Fireworks Spectacular with Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers featuring Edie Brickell Los Angeles Philharmonic John Morris Russell, conductor U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West Celebrate the Fourth at the Bowl’s annual party. This year’s spectacular includes Steve Martin, patriotic music and thrilling fireworks. (July 2, 3, and 4, at 7:30 PM)

GREASE Sing-A-Long Pre-show with SHA NA NA Didi Conn (“Frenchy”), host Now a Bowl tradition, the Grease Sing-A-Long returns with a fun-filled pre-show performance and the much-loved movie musical on the Bowl’s giant screen. (July 13 at 8:30 PM; pre-show at 7:30 PM) SMOOTH SUMMER JAZZ Boney James with special guest to be announced The Ohio Players BWB - Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown Keiko Matsui (August 17, 2013, at 6 PM) THE BIG PICTURE: HITCHCOCK! Hollywood Bowl Orchestra David Newman, conductor Suspense! Sinister plots! Mistaken identities! This year's Big Picture is a thrilling tribute to the classic films of Alfred Hitchcock. Mesmerizing, haunting and psychologically gripping scores by Bernard Herrmann (Vertigo, North by Northwest), Dimitri Tiomkin (Strangers on a Train, Dial M for Murder) and more will be played live while spellbinding scenes are projected on the Bowl’s big screen. (August 31 at 7:30 PM) Sing-A-Long SOUND OF MUSIC Melissa Peterman, host The Hollywood hills are alive with The Sound of Music! Everyone’s favorite sing-a-long returns to the giant screen at the Bowl. Bring your costume (for the pre-show parade) and warm up your vocal chords for this beloved and always sold-out event. (September 20 at 7:30 PM; pre-show at 6 PM) Trey Anastasio with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Scott Dunn, conductor Trey Anastasio is a founding member of the Grammy-nominated, genre-melding

rock band Phish and has long incorporated classical elements in the band's compositions as well as throughout his solo work. This innovating and exciting performance will feature orchestral versions of compositions written throughout Anastasio’s 30-year career. (September 26 at 7:30 PM)

ARTIST DEBUTS Gautier Capuçon (Hollywood Bowl debut) Peter Frampton (Hollywood Bowl debut) Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla (Hollywood Bowl debut) Marc-André Hamelin (Hollywood Bowl debut) Megan Hilty (LA Phil/Hollywood Bowl debut) Iron & Wine (Hollywood Bowl debut) Miloš Karadaglić (LA Phil/Hollywood Bowl debut) Seth MacFarlane (LA Phil/Hollywood Bowl debut) The Ohio Players Simone Porter (LA Phil/Hollywood Bowl debut) Alexandra Soumm (LA Phil/Hollywood Bowl debut) Joshua Weilerstein (Hollywood Bowl debut)

SUMMERSOUNDS: World Music for Kids Festival of Music and Art at the Hollywood Bowl The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its 47th year of presenting one of the most popular world music festivals for kids in Southern California, SummerSounds. The 4-week festival of music and art for children ages 3 to 11 takes place weekday mornings Monday July 7, 2014, through Friday, August 1, 2014. SummerSounds explores world music through creative fun-filled programs, introducing music and art from a different dynamic culture each week and engaging families in an interactive and inspiring story-driven concert experience. Performances are at 10 AM and 11:15 AM each day, and the Fine Arts Workshop offers culturally-influenced arts and crafts for children before or after performances.

New easy ordering, now get arts and music in one ticket. $12 per ticket if purchased as a package. $15 when purchasing individual events. For a brochure or more details, call the LA Phil Education Department at 213.972.8082.

PARK & RIDE AND SHUTTLE SERVICE Leave the car behind as well as the traffic with these two convenient and affordable transportation services offered by the Bowl. Park & Ride ($6-$10) service will be available from 14 convenient locations in the Southland during the Hollywood Bowl 2014 season. Shuttle lots ($5) offer convenient parking at four close-to-the-Bowl locations.

THE BOWL WALK Developed as part of the renovations in the 2004 Hollywood Bowl Shell Project, The Bowl Walk is a 10-station exhibit around the grounds of the Hollywood Bowl, a Los Angeles County Park, which beckons visitors to view the venue outside and around the theater. The exhibit features visual displays throughout the park, presenting information on the cultural events, history and architecture of the legendary natural amphitheater. The Walk begins at the entrance of the Bowl (on Peppertree Lane) and concludes inside the theater on the Fourth Promenade at the top of the hill. A map of the Bowl Walk can be found at the Hollywood Bowl Museum or http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/visit/hollywood-bowl-museum/bowl-walk Ten photographic displays along the pedestrian walkways guide visitors through the park: The Muse of Music, Peppertree Lane, Pop & Rock at the Hollywood Bowl, Great Performances, The Shell, The Amphitheater, The Cahuenga Pass Treasure, Flora & Fauna of the Hollywood Bowl, Picnics & Fireworks, and The View from the Fourth Prom. An accessible sign fixed in the plaza area, near the Box Office and The Bowl Store, includes Walk information for patrons with disabilities. The exhibit design is by Hodgetts+Fung. The Bowl Walk was generously funded by California State Parks Bond Act of 2000 through the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation.

EDMUND D. EDELMAN HOLLYWOOD BOWL MUSEUM The Edmund D. Edelman Hollywood Bowl Museum, located on the grounds of the 88-acre county park, provides a living history of the world-famous venue through a permanent multimedia presentation and themed exhibits. LIVE FROM THE BOWL! Continuing for the 2014 Hollywood Bowl summer season is “Live From The Bowl!” an exhibit of films, videos and recordings of live concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, and the changing media technology that has developed and altered dramatically during the Hollywood Bowl’s 92-year history. From an early Victor “talking machine” of the 1920s to a hi-fi component system of the 60s, live recordings and videos are displayed in individual environments, in the style of each era, such as: 

A 1920s-style ladies dressing room features the very first commercial recording ever made of a symphony orchestra outdoors - the 1928 RCA Victor album with Eugene Goossens conducting the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra (made up of members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic). Selections from the album play on a 1926 Victor “Bluebird” Victrola.

To represent the dozens of concerts that have been broadcast live from the Bowl including classical concerts, benefits, and memorials - a 1930s-era parlor features a 1936 Philco “tombstone” radio playing Fred Astaire’s “They Can’t Take That Away From Me,” from a CBS broadcast live from the Bowl.

The first national television broadcast from the Hollywood Bowl is represented by an RCA KCS47 black & white TV playing a clip of The Colgate Comedy Hour (1954).

For the 1960s, the “Mad Men” era is demonstrated by a sophisticated bachelor pad complete with a high fidelity component system - turntable, amps, pre-amps, woofers and tweeters - all playing an LP of the Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra.

A teenage bedroom of the 1970-80s features clips from The Brady Bunch and Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl, as well as audio from popular artists such as Miles Davis and Pink Floyd.

The modern-day digital age brought many live-concert DVD releases, some of which are featured in the exhibit, including Van Morrison, Aerosmith, DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist, Mariachi USA, the Korean Festival, and the webcast of Gustavo Dudamel’s 2009 welcome as Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Bienvenido Gustavo.

BEATLES AT THE BOWL To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles’ first performance at the Hollywood Bowl, the Hollywood Bowl Museum will have a special "Beatles at the Bowl" exhibit on the 2nd floor featuring original photographs of the Fab Four at the Bowl, film footage, and memorabilia. MUSIC FOR EVERYONE Taking its cue from a Bowl slogan from the 1950s, the main floor permanent exhibit at the Hollywood Bowl Museum is called “Hollywood Bowl: Music For Everyone.” This exhibit is organized into sections on dance; pop, rock, jazz and world music; symphonic music and opera; architecture and history of the Bowl; and the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. Video screens are an integral part of the exhibit, featuring hundreds of still photos and extensive film footage. HALL OF FAME The Museum is also home to the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. Visitors can watch videos of all the inductees including John Williams, Garth Brooks, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson, Henry Mancini, Sarah Chang, Bernadette Peters, Frank Sinatra, and many more. Summer hours (June 22 - September 29): Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM and Sundays, 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM; Off-season hours (September 30 – June 21): Tuesday Friday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Saturdays by appointment; Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Admission is free. For more information, call the Edmund D. Edelman Hollywood Bowl Museum at 323.850.2058 or visit http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/visit/museum.cfm.

PATINA RESTAURANT GROUP CELEBRATES 15 YEARS AS EXCLUSIVE RESTAURATEUR OF THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL From hot dogs to hamachi, popcorn to the popping of Champagne corks, there is a wide array of inviting dining options at the Hollywood Bowl, all provided by acclaimed Chef and Founder Joachim Splichal’s Patina Restaurant Group. Widely acknowledged as a major contributing force behind Los Angeles' growth into one of the world's premier dining capitals

and avid supporter of the arts as demonstrated by restaurant locations at many of the country’s leading cultural centers, Joachim Splichal has been hailed as a Legendary Chef and Restaurateur of the Year by Bon Appétit. Emphasizing both a playful and highly refined culinary style, Splichal’s techniques continue to transcend California cuisine by translating local ingredients into wildly innovative and elegant dishes. Bridging the gap between fine art and culinary art, Splichal's surprising and artful use of ingredients has earned him an international reputation as one of the most imaginative and talented chefs on the American culinary scene. At the Hollywood Bowl, Patina Restaurant Group offers selections for all tastes and budgets: whether you choose to create your own picnic basket by selecting items such as freshly prepared rotisserie chicken, artisan cheeses and a variety of wine from Market Café, order gourmet dinners to-go from Staccato, savor freshly rolled sushi and dim sum at the Nishi Sushi Kitchen at Market West or enjoy a pre-performance sit-down dinner with spectacular views at Rooftop Grill, you are promised everything you need to create a special dining experience before the show begins. Back for the second season, The Wine Bar by Patina Restaurant Group will once again offer libation enthusiasts an al fresco full service lounge featuring an extensive curated wine menu, craft beers, soju cocktails, tapas-style small bites, and large style plates capturing the robust flavors of California produce. Nestled on the second floor with a bird’s eye view of the Hollywood Bowl campus, music patrons are invited to arrive early and unwind with menu items designed to be shared with loved ones. In addition to the numerous culinary outposts, the renovated popcorn stand will also be back this season providing patrons with traditional and signature flavors for snacking during the performances. A number of pop-up concepts including Smokey Jo’s BBQ and Tina Tacos show up throughout the year – many themed to your performance. In addition, a generous selection of fine white, red and sparkling wines, beers and soft refreshments are available. As in previous years, you can pre-order your favorite family style platters, picnic baskets to share, three course chef menus, a la carte gourmet offerings, sushi and much more! Onsite events can also be arranged by the award-winning Patina Catering division at the Hollywood Bowl for patrons looking to begin an evening with an overture of cuisine that captures the essence of the historic music venue. Visit www.patinagroup.com/bowl for more details and to order beginning in April. Also – keep up to date with our new menu and online ordering launch by joining the Patina News & Notes e-list and by following Hollywood Bowl on Facebook and Twitter.

Based upon a unique vision of emphasizing fresh, seasonal ingredients and unparalleled service, Splichal opened his flagship restaurant - Los Angeles Times’ four-starred and Michelin-starred Patina in 1989. Today, Patina Restaurant Group has grown to include an array of award-winning restaurants and cafés in California, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, and Florida. In addition, the world-class Patina Catering division brings Splichal’s unrivaled cuisine and impeccable service to high-profile events at private locations and some of California’s most recognizable landmarks, including Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Music Center (downtown LA), and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts (Costa Mesa).


Single tickets for the 2014 Hollywood Bowl season go on sale Sunday, May 4 at 10:00 AM. Tickets can be purchased in-person at the Hollywood Bowl box office. Five hundred wristbands will be distributed, starting at 8:00 AM. The Hollywood Bowl parking lot will open at 7:00 AM. Single tickets for the 2014 Hollywood Bowl season may also be purchased online at HollywoodBowl.com, Ticketmaster.com or via phone at 323.850.2000 or 800.745.3000 starting on May 4 at 10:00AM. The box office hours are 10 AM to 6 PM through May 11. The box office is closed on Monday, May 12. Beginning May 13, summer hours are Tuesday – Sunday, 12 PM to 6 PM. Subscribers enjoy the benefits of priority seating, special discounts, purchasing tickets before the general public, and many others. Purchase five or more concerts and receive benefits (on sale March 18) which include priority seating and free tickets to a sixth concert for select performances. Groups of 10 or more can receive a 20% discount on single ticket prices on select concerts. Call 323.850.2050 for details on group purchases.

For additional information regarding accommodations and services for patrons with disabilities, please call 323.850.2000 and ask for the "Guide to the Hollywood Bowl for Patrons with Disabilities” or visit http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/tickets/accessibility_info.cfm. For general information or to request a brochure, call 323.850.2000.

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