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  • Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK) Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)
  • Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK) Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)
  • Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK) Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)
  • Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK) Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)
  • Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK) Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)
  • Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK) Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)
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Past/Forward: The LA Phil at 100 (BOOK)

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Past / Forward: The LA Phil at 100
Published on the occasion of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s centennial, Past / Forward: The LA Phil at 100 is a two-volume, slipcased coffee table book that revisits the history of the LA Phil and contemplates the future of “America’s most important orchestra.” The publication offers an unconventional approach to institutional storytelling and includes more than 100 firsthand accounts, interviews conducted by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tim Page, 150 rarely seen archival photos, and artwork from Lucky Dragons, Charles Gaines, and Christine Sun Kim.

Volume I: Past offers an episodic history of the orchestra, featuring interviews with its living music directors Zubin Mehta, André Previn, Esa-Pekka Salonen, and Gustavo Dudamel.

Volume II: Forward is more experimental, inviting the LA Phil’s closest artistic collaborators to reflect on the future of composition, performances spaces, and music in Los Angeles. Contributors include Dudamel, Herbie Hancock, Frank Gehry, Elkhanah Pulitzer, Josh Kun, and Youth Orchestra Los Angeles student Liliana Morales among others.
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LA Phil Exclusive

Publication Date: September 27, 2018
Hardcover
490 Pages
8 1/2" x 11"
ISBN 978-0-9716124-1-9

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