Walt Disney Concert Hall
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- 98%Local Culture
- 98%Adventure Travelers
- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 75%Green Travelers
- 74%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (70)
- Walt Disney Concert HallFirst to ReviewJul 19, 2012
The incomparable Disney Hall. This breathtaking hall has fantastic acoustics -- wherever you're sitting. Take advantage of the arts and culture in LA and take in some live music. This hall is not limited to classical music only- so make sure to check online. Also- student RUSH tickets are available with a valid student ID. Lines usually start at 6pm, cash only, 10-20 dollars.
- Walt Disney Concert HallJul 04, 2012
I saw Joshua Bell the world class violinist perform here. A beautiful venue, and the architecture is amazing. You can take a stroll outside and there is a scenic garden/patio. The sound and lighting of the place separates it from other places I have heard live orchestra.
- Walt Disney Concert HallMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 04, 2012
after lunch my sister had sometime and thought she'd show us around.....
we walked back across the street and I was like
M- isn't that the building from Ironman where Stark dances with Miss Potts?
H- Yes...yes it is
apparently she works here....and she showed us around with her cool lil badge pass fob thingy. there were tours all around but we snuck past ushers and electronic locked doors. that's how we roll. so apparently a Disney person donated a lot of money to the creation of this building specifying that the sounds should be impeccable for performances and that the gardens be available to the public for free. it was nice seeing the garden terraces....in LA. I guess I don't know LA like I thought I did.
she brought us into places that only "the FOUNDERS" go into
think eyes wide shut secret society shit going on - large rooms where the creme de la creme congregrate before shows and what have you...drinking drinks, snacking on hors dourves...
or do they??
It's the sound of music! The sound of music at the Walt Disney Concert Hall that my sister can easily get us into simply because she's a pimp. Pimp of the arts! Not to be confused with a Pimp called Slickback... erm, that's another story altogether.
As the story goes.. my sister works for someone somewhere but either which way she knows people here and so she kind of has free run of the house.. more or less. Its funny that when we went there was a performance and we got to check it out the back stage and see the people practicing in formal wear while I was wearing chucks. I have always found this building, the interior, and the gardens to be very beautiful and inspiring. From the metal work outside that magnifies the heat on the hot days to the wonderful wood work inside to the hidden gardens... its all so calming. And more importantly I was glad to have shared that with others.
- Walt Disney Concert HallMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersLuxury Travelers+ 2Jul 03, 2012
This impressively modern architectural treasure is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Its wavy stainless steel exterior is incredibly picturesque, and its acoustically hardwood-paneled auditorium is probably one of the most sophisticated in the world. While attending a performance is the best way to explore the site, the daily tours are also noteworthy.