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Classical Pick of the Week: Dudamel Conducts Mahler's 9th

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Dudamel discusses Mahler's 9th Symphony, which you can hear this weekendat the Walt Disney Concert Hall. This is the last performance of January for Dudamel and the LA Phil before they kick off their European tour. Their next performance will beon February 12th with Leonard Slatkin, and their next performance with Dudamel will be on March 3rd, when Dudamel conducts Bruckner.

The concerts are on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, at 8 PM, 11 AM, and 8 PM. Dudamel made his late night television debut on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and you can watch the clip here.

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