Los Angeles Philharmonic Reports Strong Ticket Sales

Classic Arts News   Los Angeles Philharmonic Reports Strong Ticket Sales
The Los Angeles Philharmonic sold approximately 97 percent of the tickets for its 167 concerts at Walt Disney Hall in 2004-05, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The percentage is down slightly from the 2003-04 season, the Philharmonic's first at Disney Hall, when the orchestra sold 99 percent of tickets for 150 concerts. The previous year, the orchestra filled Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to just 60 percent of capacity in its 98 concerts.

Disney Hall, at 2,255 seats, is considerably smaller than the 3,096-seat Chandler Pavilion. But the numbers still represent improved attendance per concert and much larger total attendance over the course of the season.

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