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The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the first and largest theater of The Music Center, was built in 1964 and designed by Welton Becket using a “Total Design” aesthetic. Everything from the building’s structure and engineering to its interior design—lighting fixtures, carpeting, typography, restaurant china and flatware—were designed by the firm for a unified and integrated look. The interior of the theater is an elegant five-story space draped in honey-toned onyx and features 78 crystal light fixtures including three stunning chandeliers each made with 24,000 individual pieces of hand-polished crystal from Munich. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion has been the site of unparalleled performances by stunning music luminaries and virtuosos. It was the home of the LA Philharmonic for decades and the site for more than 20 Academy Awards presentations between 1969 and 1999. It is now the home of the LA Opera, sharing its stage with Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center.
Cannot say enough about the beauty of the venue and the dedication of the staff! Top-notch!! If you're looking for an upscale place to enjoy a nice outing, go to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.... Read more
There are plays put on, where the main goal is to put on a show, despite the tough economic times. There are other venues, but I enjoy the way this center and all around, looks at night. The... Read more
The Dorothy Chandler is a wonderful place to see the opera or the ballet. It is stunning inside and out. There are areas to walk, dine and drink. It is set in The Music Center in Downtown LA which... Read more
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
- Sun, Fri, Sat: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Mon - Thu: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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