Founded by Lillian Disney to honor her husband Walt's commitment to arts and culture in L.A., the Concert Hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Master Chorale. The 2,265-seat performance space also hosts an impressive, eclectic array of musicians and singers from around the world. Acts range from the Soweto Gospel Choir to composer Philip Glass and indie rockers Death Cab for Cutie.
Free, self-guided audio tours narrated by John Lithgow and featuring insight from architect Frank Gehry, Music Director Esa-Pekka Salonen, and more are available, as well as guided group tours that are available every day and last one hour.
Our guide did not speak clearly and he really didn't care about people not understanding.
While the content of the tour is good, some of the sights are so quick that is better to watch them online... for example the Walt Disney Concert Hall shown in the photo of the tour, you don't even get to see it if you're not on the right side of the van.