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Lionel Bringuier Conducts the LA Phil

French conductor Lionel Bringuier returns to California to conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic for their programme of romantic masterpieces titled "Brahms and Dvořák." As the former Resident Conductor of the ensemble, Bringuier's reunion with the LA Phil is sure to be a night to remember. There will be three performances: Thursday, March 22, Saturday, March 24, and Sunday, March 25.

Bringuier's artistic maturity, interpretive depth, and distinct programming have quickly established him as one of the most engaging conductors of his generation. He appears frequently with top orchestras to great acclaim, all of which led to his being named Chief Conductor and Music Director of the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich in 2012 at age 26. Entering the fifth season since his momentous debut with the Tonhalle, Bringuier’s bold vision and boundless energy – both on and off the podium – are breathing new life and vitality into a historic ensemble.

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Bringuier has received several awards recognizing his artistic achievements, including the Médaille d’or à l’unanimité avec les félicitations du jury à l’Académie Prince Rainier III de Monaco and the Médaille d’or from the city of Nice. He was also honored with prizes from the Schweizer Stiftung Langart and the Cziffra Foundation.