|Los Angeles, CA: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion|
Country: United States of America
City: Los Angeles
Location: 135 North Grand Avenue
Built 1962-1964 by Welton Becket. Opened 6 Dec 1964 with a concert by Jascha Heifetz and the Los Angeles Philharmonic (conductor: Zubin Mehta). Named in honour of the president of the Symphony Association and chairwoman of the Music Center Building Fund Committee, Dorothy Buffum Chandler (1901-). Operated as part of the "Los Angeles Music Center". Home to the "LA Opera" company. Until 2003, also home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. 3197 seats.
Front Text: "The Pavilion - Los Angeles - Music Center"|
Reverse Text: "Los Angeles Music Center - The Pavilion, the 3250-seat Symphony Hall, Opera house which is the first completed unit of Los Angeles' ambitious $33.5 million Music Center for the Performing Arts. Welton Becket and Associates - Architects - Engineers"
Publisher: Mitock & Sons, North Hollywood; Plastichrome by Colourpicture; P 63708
Type: Divided Back
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