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EDITORIAL

* Editor-in-Chief Adam Moss * Executive Editor John Homans * Editorial Director Hugo Lind * Managing Editor Ann Clark * Deputy Editor Jon Gluck * Design Director Chris Dixon * Photography Director Jody Quo * Articles Director Lauren Kern * Features Editor Jared Hohlt * Culture Editor Mary Kaye Schilling * News Editor Carl Swanson * Senior Editors Chris Bonanos, Carl Rosen, Jon Steinberg, David Haskell * Fashion Director Harriet Mays Advertising Call 212-508-0891 or fax 212-508-0567 * Publisher Lawrence C. Burstein * Executive Director Leslie Farrand * Advertising Manager Nat White * Culture Director Ellen Wilk-Harris * Midwest Office Leslie Harris, * Southwest Office Anthony Bertuca * Northwest Office Colleen Cleary, * Southeast Office Robert H. Stites,

MARKETING

* Marketing Services Sona Hoffe * Director Sara Torrey

OPERATIONS & CIRCULATION

* Chief Operating Officer Kit Taylor * Director of Circulation Kenneth Tim * Financial Officer Matthew Garm


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tyle, art, and most importantly, music is what this magazine is all about because this is what I, myself am all about. I wanted to share the things I’m passionate about with people who are passionate about the same thing. Music, art, and culture are things that need to be spread around to everyone because it is the most beautiful thing on this planet. Being a musician and an art major really helps me connect to great works of art and it makes my heart grow larger for these things. I hope that everyone can and will enjoy reading and viewing this magazine just as I will. I would like to thank all of the readers for all of the support. Spread the love and spread the arts.

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CULTURE

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ANGELES MAGAZINE IS A PUBLICATION BASED IN THE CITY OF ANGELS THAT FEATURES PRIME MUSIC, FASHION, AND ART. ARISING IN 2004, ANGELES HAS BECOME ONE OF THE FINEST MUSIC AND CULTURE MAGAZINES TODAY. HIGHLIGHTING THE BEST ACTS AND ARTISTS HAS BROUGHT ANGELES MAGAZINE TO BE THE FRESHEST ON THE PRESS.


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TWIST & SHOUT!


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he Los Angeles Philharmonic continues its reinvention of the concept of a 21st-century orchestra under the vibrant leadership of Gustavo Dudamel. Embarking on its 92nd season in 2010/11, the Philharmonic is recognized as one of the world’s outstanding orchestras and is received enthusiastically by audiences and critics alike. Both at home and abroad, the Philharmonic is leading the way in innovative programming and redefining the musical experience. This view is shared by more than one million listeners who experience live performances by the Los Angeles Philharmonic each year. The Philharmonic demonstrates a breadth and depth of programming unrivaled by other orchestras and cultural institutions, performing or presenting nearly 300 concerts throughout the year at its two iconic venues: Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl, a popular summer tradition since 1922. The orchestra’s involvement with Los Angeles also extends far beyond regular symphonic performances in a concert hall, embracing the schools, churches, and neighborhood centers of a vastly diverse community. The Los Angeles Philharmonic was founded by William Andrews Clark Jr., a multi-millionaire and amateur musician, who established the city’s first permanent symphony orchestra in 1919. The 94 musicians of the new ensemble met for their first rehearsal Monday morning, October 13 of that year, under the direction of Walter Henry Rothwell, whom Clark had brought from the St. Paul (Minnesota) Symphony Orchestra. Eleven days later, Rothwell conducted the orchestra’s premiere performance before a capacity audience of 2,400 at Trinity Auditorium in downtown Los Angeles. The audience heard Dvorák’s New World Symphony, Liszt’s Les Préludes, the Overture to Weber’s Oberon, and Chabrier’s España. Rothwell remained the orchestra’s Music Director until his death in 1927. Since then, ten renowned conductors have served in that capacity: Georg Schnéevoigt (1927-1929); Artur Rodzinski (1929-1933); Otto Klemperer (1933-1939); Alfred Wallenstein (1943-1956); Eduard van Beinum (1956-1959); Zubin Mehta (1962-1978); Carlo Maria Giulini (1978-1984); André Previn (1985-1989); Esa-Pekka Salonen (1992-2009); and Gustavo Dudamel (2009-present).

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In October 2003, the doors to one of the world’s most celebrated venues — the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall — were opened and the Los Angeles Philharmonic took the stage in its new home, which has become known not only as a local cultural landmark, but also as “…a sensational place to hear music... In richness of sound, it has few rivals on the international scene, and in terms of visual drama it may have no rival at all.” (The New Yorker) Praise for both the design and the acoustics of the Hall has been effusive, and the glistening curved steel exterior of the 293,000-square-foot Walt Disney Concert Hall embodies the energy, imagination, and creative spirit of the city of Los Angeles and its orchestra.


Following its opening season in 1919/1920, the orchestra made Philharmonic Auditorium, on the northeast corner of Fifth and Olive, its home for the next 44 years. In 1964, the orchestra moved to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Los Angeles Music Center, which was its winter home until its final performances there in May 2003. Inspired to consider new directions, Gustavo Dudamel and the Philharmonic aim to find programming that remains faithful to tradition, yet also seeks new ground, new audiences, and new ways to enhance the symphonic music experience. During its 30-week winter subscription season of 110 performances at Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Philharmonic creates festivals, artist residencies, and other thematic programs designed to delve further into certain artistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; or composersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; work. SUMMER 2011 | 23


The Los Angeles Philharmonicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s commitment to the presentation of music of our time is evident in its subscription concerts, the exhilarating Green Umbrella series, and its extensive commissioning initiatives. Now in its 29th year, the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group, devoted exclusively to performing compositions on the cutting edge of the repertoire, attracts leading composers and performers of contemporary music. The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association expands its cultural offerings by producing concerts featuring distinguished artists in recital, jazz, world music, songbook, and visiting orchestra performances, in addition to special holiday concerts and series of organ recitals, chamber music, and baroque music.

The Philharmonic has led the way into the digital age, with groundbreaking web and mobile device applications. Through an ongoing partnership with Deutsche Grammophon, the orchestra has a substantial catalog of concerts available online, including the first classical music video released on iTunes.

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You’ve been dying to try that new shampoo that’s supposed to make your hair thick, lush and shiny. You can’t wait to use that new exfoliating scrub because the label tells you that it’s going to make your skin soft and glowing.You love that new cologne; every time you wear it you get so many compliments on how great you smell! You love these products and how they make you look and feel, but did it ever occur to you that what you put on your hair or your skin could make you sick? Did you know these products contain chemicals, toxins and hormones that can cause anything from an unsightly rash to learning difficulties to birth defects and even cancer?

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Even though each product may contain a limited amount of these toxins, please keep in mind, most people use several products each day, from the moment they wake up (soap, shampoo, conditioner, shave cream, deodorant, toothpaste, hand soap, make up) until they go to bed. After many years of daily use, these toxins accumulate in your body to cause the ailments I’ve listed above, among many others. If they cause these concerns for adults, just imagine the damage they can do to children who are smaller and weigh less. Although each product you may use may contain a restricted amount of chemicals, hormones and toxins, they can, and many times they do cause a myriad of damage to us all. Not only are these beauty products toxic for humans, they are toxic to the environment, as well. Many of these products are made with petroleum-based ingredients, which contributes Did you know that if you switch just one bottle of a petroleum based product for a vegetable based product we could save 81,000 barrels of oil in one year. How’s that for incentive to switch?

“Not only are these beauty products toxic for humans, they are toxic to the environment.” So now you decide it’s time to go “green”, you go to the health food store and purchase “Organic” or “Natural” products and you no longer have to worry about these concerns...or do you?

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