Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

★★★★☆

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Every season they present very nice performance, the biggest surprise in 2010 is Shen Yun Performing Arts will come to this theater Feb., it is the best Classical Chinese Dance and Music Live Stage performance, ever toured 100s cities, 20s countries, last year I watched it in Pasadena, it is amazing! I believe Dorothy Chandler Pavilion will make this show more spectacular! highly recommend it to everyone. just check www-LAspectacular-com for more info.

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★★★★★

Every season they present very nice performance, the biggest surprise in 2010 is Shen Yun Performing Arts will come to this theater Feb., it is the best Classical Chinese Dance and Music Live Stage performance, ever toured 100s cities, 20s countries, last year I watched it in Pasadena, it is amazing! I believe Dorothy Chandler Pavilion will make this show more spectacular! highly recommend it to everyone. just check www-LAspectacular-com for more info.

Pros: great seats and sound system.

Cons: no.

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I've only been to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion once, but that visit was enough to create a permanent spot in my heart for the venue. This probably has a lot to do with who I went to see play (Sigur Ros) and the barrage of celebrity spottings (Jason Lee, Dave Navarro, the cast of "That 70s Show"). All in all, it's a great place to catch a concert and naturally, it has the acoustics you'd expect of such an esteemed orchestral hall.

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★★★★☆

I've only been to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion once, but that visit was enough to create a permanent spot in my heart for the venue. This probably has a lot to do with who I went to see play (Sigur Ros) and the barrage of celebrity spottings (Jason Lee, Dave Navarro, the cast of "That 70s Show"). All in all, it's a great place to catch a concert and naturally, it has the acoustics you'd expect of such an esteemed orchestral hall.

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The Dorothy Chandler is part of the Music Center in downtown Los ANgeles. Its the home of the LA Opera and the LA Master Chorale. I have attened lots of concerts there and it is a very nice facility. There is lots of parking, tho it is $8. Patina runs their catering, so the food is superb but it will cost you a small fortune.

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★★★★☆

The Dorothy Chandler is part of the Music Center in downtown Los ANgeles. Its the home of the LA Opera and the LA Master Chorale. I have attened lots of concerts there and it is a very nice facility. There is lots of parking, tho it is $8. Patina runs their catering, so the food is superb but it will cost you a small fortune.

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We saw Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music here. I had been to the Dorothy Chandler years ago, but this was my first time in a while. We had cheap seats up top and, my goodness, they are steep! I felt like if I were not very careful I would fall out of the balcony and take out a couple of the fat cats below. Yikes!

If you bring your camera, you'll have to check it downstairs. They have soft drinks and wine at a small stand on the side of the lobby. Otherwise, there is a lively scene outside before the show as people dine in the courtyard at the restaurant. It is not a good place to bring a picnic, so eat beforehand or make reservations.

The place could use a major overhaul, but still retains some of its old glory.

PROS: Still elegant
CONS: Steep cheap seats

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★★★★☆

We saw Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music here. I had been to the Dorothy Chandler years ago, but this was my first time in a while. We had cheap seats up top and, my goodness, they are steep! I felt like if I were not very careful I would fall out of the balcony and take out a couple of the fat cats below. Yikes!

If you bring your camera, you'll have to check it downstairs. They have soft drinks and wine at a small stand on the side of the lobby. Otherwise, there is a lively scene outside before the show as people dine in the courtyard at the restaurant. It is not a good place to bring a picnic, so eat beforehand or make reservations.

The place could use a major overhaul, but still retains some of its old glory.

PROS: Still elegant
CONS: Steep cheap seats

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This place provides a wonderful service to the community through workshops and classes for education professionals, students and families. They also have wonderful musical performances scheduled on their yearly calendar. I enjoy the multi-cultural and global performance groups and hope that they continue to build this up.

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This place provides a wonderful service to the community through workshops and classes for education professionals, students and families. They also have wonderful musical performances scheduled on their yearly calendar. I enjoy the multi-cultural and global performance groups and hope that they continue to build this up.

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