Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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Time Out says
The arrival of Disney Hall left this '60s-era concert hall in shade, almost taunting its rather dated exterior architecture (the interior is nicer) and, more pertinently, exposing its acoustics as substandard. The music at the 3,200-capacity theater is now mostly limited to performances by the LA Opera and touring companies; the sound is best from the upper floors, although the views from the top can be vertiginous.
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 135 N Grand Avenue
What's on at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Music, Dance, Events & Festivals, Things to Do, Family life
While Santa may still be working with his elves to load up his sleigh, you can relax and enjoy a pre-Christmas Eve celebration at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Gather up your friends and family and go hear LA's biggest holiday show, which includes more...
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