M83 with The Los Angeles Philharmonic

M83 with The Los Angeles Philharmonic Walt Disney Concert Hall
Sabato 7 Marzo 2009

Con M83 e Los Angeles Philharmonic

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Sabato 7 Marzo 2009

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90012
Stati Uniti
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Tel: (323) 850-2000
Web: www.disneyconcerthall.com/

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Featured Artists:
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Julian Kuerti, conductor

Show order:
9pm concert start

M83 (solo)
LA Phil: PÄRT Fratres
M83 with the Los Angeles Philharmonic

Tomasina Abate
Julie Dwyer
Ariana Hall
Jantre Haskin
Kali Monma
Frances Oneill
Melanie Nyema
Sj Selby
Nikkema Taylor
Natalie Wachen

$28-37. Presale 1/28, regular onsale 1/30 at 10AM.

M83 and the Los Angeles Philharmonic perform a co-headlining concert that pairs the orchestra and M83’s chief star-gazer Anthony Gonzalez in a program that features individual performances, as well as M83’s debut performance with an orchestra. This one-night-only concert, held on Saturday, March 7, at 9 p.m., also marks M83’s debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Julian Kuerti, Assistant Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducts.

This concert includes three sets that will be performed in an order to be determined: the Los Angeles Philharmonic performs by itself in a program that includes orchestral pieces chosen in collaboration with M83; M83 performs solo material; and the Philharmonic performs a selection of songs with M83, (featuring orchestral arrangements by Sean O’Loughlin, who also wrote the arrangements for the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s performances with Belle & Sebastian, The Decemberists and others at the Hollywood Bowl).

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  • dubvulture

    This is one of my biggest concert regrets. I got really good seats and scalped them.

    12 Set 2010 Rispondi
  • Karatekick

    I bet this was epic.

    20 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • JhonnyC323

    i agree with most of you that i also felt that "more" feeling at the end..but nonetheless it was thee best concert ive been to..and im a die hard fan as well..loved every min of it

    10 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • thispastweek

    im still really surprised they didnt play beauties can die, it seemed like an obvious choice

    9 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • PopMonster

    I have mixed feelings about this show. M83 is one of my favorite bands (my #3, in fact), so naturally I was so excited to hear that Anthony would be playing a collaboration with the LA Phil. The show in it's entirety felt short, and subsequently left me wanting more. The "more" I desired was M83. He had a good, albeit brief, solo performance in the first half, which was followed by a powerful, strings-only orchestral piece. The last quarter of the show saw the only time when M83 and the Phil played together, and it was amazing. What I thought was most amazing was the live performance of M83's remix of Bloc Party's Pioneers (which happens to be my most scrobbled song). However, the performance of that song (as well as the few others I recognized) seemed severely lackluster in comparison to the recording, despite the additional live chorus. All be told, I left the theater happy about the uncommon concert experience, but also, I expected more from M83.

    9 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • grifftastic

    Missed opportunity to do something really special. I found most of it tedious.

    9 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • vntnslcno

    i was impressed the bloc party remix made it for me i really enjoyed the whole thing. the solo section the phil section and the combination at the end. id like to know what the set was in the beginning im trying to find some songs that he played and i cant find them in my library. i am not a die hard fan but i will deff try to see him again when he is back in LA.

    9 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • njosnavelinx

    I'm kind of surprised people didn't enjoy the show. I thought it was great, even though the couple next to me were obnoxious during the L.A. Phil's solo portion, mimicking the conductor and whispering and giggling the whole time. Have you never been to an orchestra performance? And the multiple boys I saw at the show in jeans, t-shirts and trucker hats definitely irritated me as well. But when it came to the music, I thought it was great! I'm not a diehard M83 fan and I went just as much to see the L.A. Phil has I did them, though, so perhaps if I were a long-time, diehard fan I would've had more invested. As it was though, I really enjoyed myself and thought the individual sets and the group set were all really lovely and moving.

    8 Mar 2009 Rispondi

    After seeing M83 put on one of the best performances of last year at the Fonda, I was convinced playing with the LA Philharmonic was going to be another highlight. Unfortunately it only made Gonzales look like a hack with a midi controller and a laptop. While it wasn't total disappointment, it was hardly the show I expected. La Mer was definitely the highlight of the evening for me.

    8 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • Hamed888

    Peter Cheng, I believe the female singer was Morgan Kibby. I thought the show overall was underwhelming. The opening set was good, I'd never heard those songs before and they were awesome! Does anyone know what that was? The closing set was disappointing. The choir needed like 50 more people. I thought playing with the LA Phil would make M83 sound even more epic than they already are. Instead, they somehow managed to sound small and weak.

    8 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • Riffraffselbow

    Was cool. Never seen them before, not really my type of music. Some of the people in the audience were real assholes; D54-56 ORCW, I'm calling you out. Taking pictures is one thing, take pictures every 20 seconds, with the "beep-beep" noise enabled is lame, some people were trying to enjoy the concert. Over all, however, people were more respectful than I expected. Concert was great. First set (M83 solo) was not my cup of tea, but I'm sure you M83 fans enjoyed it. First arrangement by Phil was... different. Almost like trance/techno. La Mer was nice, as always. Final set was the main attraction, IMO. First song in final set was decent, 2nd (the one with the intro and outro monologue) was... okay. 3rd song sucked, but the 4th was good and the final song more than made up for any shortcomings in the rest of the concert. Ahhhh, ahhhh, ahhhh, ahhhh, folks!

    8 Mar 2009 Rispondi
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    8 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • XocXkillsX

    At last the day has arrived see you guys there:)....now i'm counting down to Mogwai in May!!

    7 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • ikillz0mbies

    who ever is going to this, you are all very lucky! have a good time!

    7 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • lascivit

    btw, the third act will not include songs from the current album :dies:

    6 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • lascivit

    there is going to be 3 acts! first act consists of Anthony Gonzalez. the phil will take over the second playing Debussy's La Mer. the third act will be both Anthony and the phil. I NEED TICKETS!!!

    6 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • birdonawire

    Heads up to first timers: the photography policy at this venue is a bit rigid. If you're going to bring the cam, be stealthy about taking photos.

    6 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • danesoto

    isn't it plausible that their solo set will feature a lot of material from saturdays=youth? at least that's what I hope.

    6 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • slicknog

    Yupp! I'm there. Kinda want more "Saturdays = Youth" but oh well, still gonna be sick: http://www.wreckthetapedeck.com/2009/m83-this-saturday-the-philharmonic/

    5 Mar 2009 Rispondi

    SO excited!

    5 Mar 2009 Rispondi
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