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We attended a performance at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on a Saturday night. A drive of nearly two hours up the 405Freeway. For those of you in Orange and LA County, you know exactly what this is. As for all you others, six lanes, each...More
I saw Joni Mitchell – the peerless songstress in her body of work – come and get her birthday cake at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion last November. The audience was treated to a rare sighting of this beautiful spirit on the second night – of...More
Saw the Alvin Ailey Dance Troup here and loved it! Not a bad seat in the place! Sat in the loge section on the right and saw the whole stage! Helpful ushers. Beautiful chandeliers. They are doing some renovations since it's been here a while...More
Was at the recent Joni Mitchell birthday celebrations [both nights Nov 6 & 7]. The hall is huge and the sound is very good. More than average room between rows so it is comparatively easy to pass by others to get to your seat. After...More
I've lived in So Cal for three decades and just recently, went to the Dorothy Chandler to see a performance for the first time. It's easily accessible and parking is ample and affordable, especially in a major city
A charming looking hall which is part of the LA music center but seating there does make quite a difference.
We have found that acoustics are not the best in the upper levels.
Overall a pleasant experience however.
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