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UPCOMING FROM THE LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC... Curated by LA Phil Creative Chair for Jazz Herbie Hancock and Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, the Power to the People! festival celebrates the role artists have played and continue to play in advancing social change, civil rights, and humanitarian causes. Musicians of every genre help us to see the world as it is and imagine the world as it could be. They bring injustices to light and inspire people to act. In March 2020, as the pandemic closed concert halls across the world, the Los Angeles Philharmonic was forced to cut short the original run of this festival. In the spring of 2022, Power to the People! returns, bringing with it many of the most-anticipated artists and thought leaders from the festival's first incarnation, as well as brand-new programs and commissions that speak truth to our moment. The LA Phil's Humanities Programs are generously supported by Linda and David Shaheen. Image FEATURING HOLD ON, WE SHALL OVERCOME! WITH NATHANIEL GUMBS MAY 29, 2022 The Director of Chapel Music at Yale University reimagines traditional hymns, spirituals, and concert music with 21st-century perspective. [Learn More] LYRICS FROM LOCKDOWN AT THE SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER Bryonn Bain JUNE 2, 2022 Performance and book release celebrating Rebel Speak: A Justice Movement Mixtape [Learn More] STILL AND NEGRÓN WITH DUDAMEL JUNE 2-5, 2022 Dudamel leads William Grant Still's "Afro-American" Symphony, and J'Nai Bridges lends her voice to poetry by Pablo Neruda. [Learn More] CANTO EN RESISTENCIA JUNE 4, 2022 [Learn More] DR. Angela Davis POWER TO THE IMAGINATION: THE ROLE OF ART AND CREATIVITY IN SOCIAL CHANGE JUNE 5, 2022 The scholar and icon on creativity's role in social change. [Learn More] PLACE JUNE 7, 2022 A modern-day oratorio explores the essence of place. [Learn More] Saul Williams AT CAAM JUNE 9, 2022 Reading and Conversation with Saul Williams. [Learn More] Image

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