From the TED Prize blog: On Oct. 3, Gustavo Dudamel, protege of TED Prize winner Maestro José Abreu and new Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, will kick off his inaugural season with a concert at the Hollywood Bowl. While the event is sold out, you can watch a live HD webcast of the almost 5-hour-long event, which features Dudamel conducting two orchestras. It starts at 4pm Pacific time.
If you saw Dudamel conduct in this amazing TED Talk, you won’t want to miss the webcast on Oct 3. The concert will available on demand for 24 hours beginning at 10 a.m. on Oct. 4.
Dudamel’s example is just one reason why TED is so enthusiastic to help bring the El Sistema model of music education to the US. We can’t wait to reveal the Abreu Fellows to all of you on Oct. 13.