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Classical Pick of the Week: Diavolo Dance Company with LA Phil
Collaborations between two art forms can be magical. Collaborations of two Los Angeles groups is even better. On Tuesday night, the LA Phil and the Diavolo dance company will be teaming up to present conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen's "electrifying imaginary scène de ballet, 'Foreign Bodies.'" Also on the program is Gustav Mahler's First Symphony.
Diavolo Dances Salonen
Tuesday, September 4 @ 8:00 p.m. | $6 - $43
Promotional Video from Diavolo (does not necessarily depict the kinds of dances that will take place on Tuesday)
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