Walt Disney Concert Hall, home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

“Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Frank Gehry-designed home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year with a 2023-24 season that will pay tribute to the hall and its architect,” writes Jessica Gelt in Tuesday’s (2/28) Los Angeles Times (login may be required). “An early-October gala for Gehry will help kick off a season that includes the statewide California Festival featuring more than 50 partnering institutions; a two-year tribute to the film music of John Williams; the continuation of Gustavo Dudamel’s Pan-American Music Initiative; a revival of the critically lauded ‘Fidelio’ opera in collaboration with Deaf West Theatre; more than 12 world premieres of L.A. Phil commissions; guest conductors including Michael Tilson Thomas, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Zubin Mehta and Simone Young; and guest artists including Yuja Wang, Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Marisa Monte and Herbie Hancock…. Diversity in programming and in the audiences that the programming reaches remains the goal in this new season, [Chief Executive Chad] Smith said. ‘The L.A. Phil is a service organization … And we provide opportunities for our audiences to hear great music, in a great space with the greatest musicians … That is how we continue to celebrate the city and serve the communities of L.A.’ ”