Walt Disney Concert Hall
These top five best holiday celebrations turn from the commercialized to the meaningful. These family-friendly celebrations bind and bring us all together for the season that reminds us of the most important things in life.
Diane Disney Miller, the only biological daughter of Walt Disney, died Tuesday at the age of 79.
The ongoing revitalization of downtown Los Angeles is piquing interest in things to do in a downtown once considered a no man’s land.
A number of Tinseltown destinations are de rigueur, like the famous Hollywood Sign, the iconic forecourt of the Chinese Theater and a number of LA landmarks in between.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is one of the most stunning achievements in architecture to ever hit California. Visit this impressive concert hall for an evening you won’t soon forget.
Arthur Han, executive director of the Han-Schneider International Children’s Foundation, stopped KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about an upcoming concert aimed at spreading awareness about malnutrition and hunger issues plaguing children.
Following are five locations where you can be inspired and uplifted in the upcoming months by the sounds created by classical music masters.
Here are are five ways your children can spend the upcoming summer months in Los Angeles, instead of watching TV.
Consider the following ideas to enjoy art, culture, music and tradition in the upcoming months.
Los Angeles is famous for being an urban capital while still having areas of sprawling greenery. Whether you’re up for a day trip out of town, or a quick stroll on your lunch break, here are some locations to stop and smell this year’s roses.
A growing number of prominent entities are currently promoting the social media network in their expanding marketing efforts to distribute their messages of significance in a mass sweep. Here is a select list of LA-based music experts to follow on one of the most-visited websites on the Internet.
Two of L.A.’s largest indoor structures have already booked some of the more influential and hottest Grammy-winning solo artists and history-making touring bands circling the globe. With an upcoming calendar of musical events now locked and loaded, expect L.A. to welcome the new year with enough high drama, emotional edginess, soothing sensuality, sterling jazz, rhythmic funk, wholesome goodness and country sweetness to leave tongues wagging about this “Born this Way” metropolis for a mighty long time.
The holiday season is full of warmth and good times, but it is also a flurry of gift buying, decorating and consumer excitement. It’s hard not to get caught up in all of the twinkle lights, sales and festive fervor, but it’s vital you maintain a financial equilibrium so ringing in 2013 won’t be a fiscal conundrum.
Los Angeles Master Chorale Music Director Grant Gershon stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss their upcoming season!
Summertime in California is warm and perfect for outdoor and indoor concerts that everyone in the family can enjoy. In the next few months, there are multiple opportunities to enjoy classical music by the various symphonies that our city is fortunate to host.