Los Angeles Philharmonic

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Since its establishment as the city's first permanent symphony orchestra in 1919, the Los Angeles Philharmonic has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the proliferation of beautiful music.

Championing the Creative Spirit

Los Angeles Philharmonic

In the century since its founding, the LA Phil has become a major cultural institution of Los Angeles. Today, the LA Phil is led by world-renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel and performs approximately 250 concerts at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. The Philharmonic's unique repertoire blends traditional, foundational compositions with contemporary music. In addition to live musical performances, the LA Phil offers extensive community-based programming. In 2018, the LA Phil announced the opening of a new Center in the Los Angeles community of Inglewood to house its signature Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) program. Each year, YOLA trains more than 1,000 students from traditionally underserved communities in LA. The LA Phil's Resident Fellows Program offers established musicians serving or representing underserved communities with opportunities for professional advancement. Through its dynamic performances and strategic programming, the LA Phil strives to transform lives and communities through the power of live music.

GRoW Support


Event - Free Hollywood Bowl Concert for Front-Line Workers

Homecoming Gala 


Programming - Power to the People! Concerts (2020)

General Operating Support


Educational Programming & Community Outreach


Educational Programming & Community Outreach


Educational Programming & Community Outreach


Roger Annenberg Fund for Children's Education