2022 Calendar

“It was hard not to focus on the evening’s principal trumpet. Appearing in the [Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s] first chair for the second week in a row was Thomas Hooten, principal of Salonen’s old ensemble, the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Hooten’s playing of the prominent trumpet role was nothing short of spectacular — richly projected with gleaming tone and consistently stylish and attentive to the narrative.”      — The Classical Review

August 2022
Aug 16Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlAn Evening of RachmaninoffTickets
Aug 18Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlAmerican StoriesTickets
Aug 30, Sept 1Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlBeethoven's 9thTickets
September 2022
Sept 2-4Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlMaestro of the Movies (Solo: With Malice Toward None)Tickets
Sept 6Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlMozart Under the StarsTickets
Sept 8Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlWynton Marsalis’ All RiseTickets
Sept 13Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlItzhak Perlman Leads TchaikovskyTickets
Sept 15Los Angeles PhilharmonicHollywood BowlLang Lang Plays DisneyTickets
Sept 27Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallGala - John Williams CelebrationTickets
Sept 30, Oct 1-2Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Leads Songs of the AmericasTickets
October 2022
Oct 4Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music - OctoberTickets
Oct 6-9Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Leads Ortiz and MahlerTickets
Oct 13-16Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Conducts Copland and MárquezTickets
Oct 23Los Angeles PhilharmonicBoston Symphony HallDudamel / Dueñas - Ortiz and MahlerTickets
Oct 25Los Angeles PhilharmonicStern Auditorium / Perelman Stage - CarnegieDudamel / Dueñas - Ortiz and MahlerTickets
Oct 26Los Angeles PhilharmonicStern Auditorium / Perelman Stage - CarnegieDudamel / Meyers - Ortiz, Márquez and CoplandTickets
Oct 28Los Angeles PhilharmonicAuditorio Nacional, Mexico City, MexicoDudamel / Meyers - Ortiz, Márquez and MahlerTickets
Oct 29Los Angeles PhilharmonicTeatro Juarez, Guanajuato, MexicoDudamel / Dueñas - Ortiz, Márquez and Mahler
November 2022
Nov 5-6Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallA Musical Portrait: Price and Bonds - Rock My SoulTickets
Nov 8Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallGreen Umbrella - Rock My SoulTickets
Nov 11Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallHistory’s Persistent Voice - Rock My SoulTickets
Nov 12Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallRhiannon Giddens - Rock My SoulTickets
Nov 25-27Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallShostakovich and Saint-SaënsTickets
Nov 29Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music – NovemberTickets
December 2022
Dec 3, 4, 14, 18Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Conducts The NutcrackerTickets
Dec 9, 15Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Leads the Tristan Project: Act ITickets
Dec 10, 16Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Leads the Tristan Project: Act IITickets
Dec 10, 17Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Conducts The Nutcracker - Symphonies for YouthTickets
Dec 11, 17Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Leads the Tristan Project: Act IIITickets
January 2022
Jan 6-8Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDebussy and Messiaen with MTTTickets
Jan 13-15Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallMTT Conducts Mahler 9Tickets
Jan 21Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSymphonies for Youth – JanuaryTickets
Jan 21-22Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallRavel, Dawson, and ProkofievTickets
Jan 27, 29Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallJohn Adams’ Girls of the Golden WestTickets
February 2022
Feb 3, 4Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallRay Chen plays MendelssohnTickets
Feb 4Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSymphonies for Youth – FebruaryTickets
Feb 7Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallLA Phil New Music Group with Paolo BortolameolliTickets
Feb 9Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallYuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 1Tickets
Feb 10Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallYuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff’s RhapsodyTickets
Feb 11-12Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallYuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 2Tickets
Feb 16-17Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallYuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 3Tickets
Feb 18-19Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallYuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff Concerto 4Tickets
Feb 23Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallLang Lang Plays GriegTickets
Feb 24-26Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallBruch and BrahmsTickets
Feb 28Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music – FebruaryTickets
March 2022
Mar 2-5Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallMehta Conducts Mahler 3Tickets
Mar 10-12Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSymphonie Fantastique with MehtaTickets
Mar 11Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSymphonies for Youth – MarchTickets
Mar 14Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallLA Phil New Music Group with John AdamsTickets
Mar 18Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallThe Movie Music of Spike Lee & Terence BlanchardTickets
Mar 23-25Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallMälkki Leads DvořákTickets
Mar 25Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSymphonies for Youth – MarchTickets
Mar 28Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music - MarchTickets
Mar 30-31Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallTchaikovsky and SibeliusTickets
April 2022
Apr 1Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallLA Phil New Music Group with Brad LubmanTickets
Apr 2Los Angeles PhilharmonicPalm Desert, CAStasevska / Goosby - Tchaikovsky & Sibelius
Apr 7-8Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSibelius and BrahmsTickets
Apr 11Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music – AprilTickets
Apr 13, 15, 16Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallPayare Conducts BrahmsTickets
Apr 18Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music Featuring Sunwook KimTickets
Apr 21-23Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSchumann and ScheherazadeTickets
Apr 28-29Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallTchaikovsky and AdèsTickets
Apr 30Los Angeles PhilharmonicOrange County, CATchaikovsky and Adès
May 2022
May 2Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music – MayTickets
May 5-7Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDvořák and BrucknerTickets
May 11, 13, 14Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallBeethoven and StraussTickets
May 18, 19, 23Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallSalonen, Stravinsky, and BartókTickets
May 23Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallChamber Music featuring Iveta ApkalnaTickets
May 25-28Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Leads Beethoven and SmithTickets
June 2022
Jun 1-4Los Angeles PhilharmonicWalt Disney Concert HallDudamel Conducts MozartTickets

“In his cool, Miles Davis-nonchalant manner, Tom Hooten provided one dumbfounding effect after another… In a nice Mahlerian touch, Hooten turned fanfares on their heads. He could be jazzy. He could be silly. He could be shed-a-tear somber in “Apopemptic,” which means leave-taking and is a tribute to Louis Andriessen.”      — Los Angeles Times

“The musicians of the Philharmonic played for Gustavo Dudamel as if they meant it and were watching their conductor’s every move. The string section particularly impressed with its rugged and gutsy playing, digging into the meat and expression of phrases. With his opening trumpet call (and continued perfection), Thomas Hooten set the bar of accomplishment. In the scherzo, Andrew Bain gave a colossal account of the solo French horn part.”      — Orange County Register

“A breakneck percussion section often set the agenda, pushing the other sections of the orchestra into responses that ranged from wisps of sound, in which Tom Hooten’s impeccably clipped trumpet stood out, to hammering ostinatos, with occasional hints of Gershwin momentarily caught up in the action. It was superbly played.”      — The Guardian

Tom Hooten