The Walt Disney Concert Hall at magic hour from The Grand The Conrad.
Walt Disney Concert Hall – photo by Sandra Olinger

The Walt Disney Concert Hall has announced its 2022 / 2023 season lineup and it is looking marvelous. From Latin rhythms and R&B icons, to family-friendly sing-alongs and and even seven concerts with the badass Yuja Wang — the Walt Disney Concert Hall’s schedule of performances is bountiful. As past year’s lineups prove, there is something for everyone. We highly recommend arriving early for all shows and taking in the architectural beauty that is the Walt Disney Concert Hall.


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Cafe Tacvba. Photo Farah Sosa
Cafe Tacvba at the Troubadour – photo: Farah Sosa

Oct. 21 & 22 — Café Tacvba

The popular Mexican band Café Tacvba will be performing at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21 & 22. Their albums Jei Beibi and Cuatro Caminos by Café Tacvba earned the band two Latin Grammy Awards. Un Segundo MTV Unplugged is Café Tacvba’s most recent album which features brand-new acoustic takes of their songs with a full orchestra. At Café Tacvba’s upcoming Walt Disney Concert Hall shows, the band will perform some of these songs, as well as many other greats from their extensive catalog … with an orchestra!

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Oct. 27 – Regina Spektor

The incredible singer, songwriter, and pianist Regina Spektor will be making her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut on Thursday, Oct. 27. The concert will feature songs from Regina Spektor’s most recent studio album, Home, before and after, which has just been released. Blending catchy pop with her classical training, Regina has performed in The White House, on Broadway, Saturday Night Live, and in numerous other films, television, and music-related productions, such as The Hamilton Mixtape.

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Regina Spektor at the House Of Blues Anaheim shot by Danielle Gornbein
Regina Spektor at House Of Blues Anaheim – photo: Danielle Gornbein

Oct. 30 — Chaka Khan

Head to Chaka Khan‘s Rock My Soul Festival At Walt Disney Concert Hall on Sunday, Oct. 30 for some serious grooves. Chaka Khan is not only an incredible live performer but also an exceptional singer and songwriter. Yvette Marie Stevens professionally known as Chaka Khan is skilled at bringing any song to life. She has a whole list of superhit tracks including “Sweet Thing,” “You Got the Love,” “I Feel For You,” “Tell Me Something Good,” and the empowering “I’m Every Woman,” which she will be performing at the concert.

Tickets are priced at $63-$99.

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Feb. (Various Dates) — Yuja Wang & Dudamel: Rachmaninoff

Starting on Thursday, Feb. 9 2023, Yuja Wang and Dudamel’s Rachmaninoff concerto series will take place over a course of two weeks. Other dates for the concert include Feb. 10, 11, 12,16, 17, 18 and 19 where a total of 4 Rachmaninoff Concertos along with Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody will be performed. Los Angeles Philharmonic’s, Gustavo Dudamel (conductor), and Yuja Wang (piano) will perform at the concerts. The first half of the concertos will feature Rachmaninoff’s recognizable Romantic style, and the second half will feature the composer’s final orchestral work, Symphonic Dances.

Tickets are priced at $72-$232.

March 18 — The Movie Music of Spike Lee & Terence Blanchard

The Movie Music of Spike Lee & Terence Blanchard will come to life on Saturday, March 18, 2023. With the help of Blanchard’s fantastic quintet, guest vocalists, and specially selected movie stills will be shown throughout the performance in this incredible collaboration between the filmmaker and the world renowned trumpeter. Los Angeles Philharmonic will be joining Terence Blanchard for the night along with additional guests that are yet to be announced.

Tickets are priced at $51-$104.

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