Today and tomorrow, go out and you can't go wrong.
At the Disney Hall, Dudamel conducts Bruckner and a modern work, the haunting Takemitsu Requiem, tonight at 8 p.m.
On the westside tonight, Berlin's Scharoun Ensemble is at Royce Hall for a concert featuring a Mozart quintet and the Schubert Octet.
And tomorrow, Maestro Conlon again cranks up LA Opera's marvelous Hamburg production of Il Turco in Italia--the zaniest of the zany Rossini buffa canon, last seen in Los Angeles in 1978--at 7:30 p.m. at the venerable Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Another forty-eight hours, another embarrassment of classical riches here in the City of Angels.