The Music Center is home to the following venues:
Contains a state-of-the-art configuration to provide variable seating capacity and accommodating a diverse selection of performances, from the intimate to the spectacular.
DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILION
The first and largest theater of The Music Center, was designed by Welton Becket using a “Total Design” aesthetic.
MARK TAPER FORUM
The Mark Taper Forum is The Music Center’s most intimate theater.
WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL
Considered to be an architectural masterpiece by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is a modern marvel and Los Angeles icon.
The campus provides an outdoor destination for performing arts activities and community programs. Its vibrant collection of outdoor theaters, plazas and gardens provide a place for Angelenos to get-together and enjoy outstanding performances and free events.
This was our third year attending Moves after Dark and we were duly impressed with the performances and how perfectly they synchronized with the chosen venues at the Music Center. Thank you for the amazing experience! Full Review
On the evening that we were at The Music Center, there were 3 events going on. At the Grand Park, the Los Angeles Times' FOOD BOWL Night Market was happening, an opera was going on at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and Soft Power in the Ahmanson Theatre. We recently went to the opening night of David Henry Hwang's play with a musical, Soft Power, in the Ahmanson Theatre. Full Review