Public-private partnerships are the philanthropy of the future, and there’s a big one starting up in Los Angeles right now. Los Angeles County and 13 local foundations have recently banded together around improving the well-being of vulnerable children.
These are interesting times for classical music, a field buffeted by changing demographics, tough financial challenges, and pressing questions about relevance.
An emotional President Obama announced Tuesday that he would take executive action to strengthen gun laws.
David Bohnett, Jeanie Buss, Kathy Leventhal, Kris Popovich and Tracy Sykes bring their experience and expertise to the university
The technology entrepreneur, one of Los Angeles’ most prominent cultural philanthropists, will succeed Jerry Magnin, who has served as chairman for close to three years.
Edward Pierce, former General Counsel of GeoCities.com, passed away surrounded by family and friends on October 22, 2015. Ed was a major financial and volunteer contributor to GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.
This C-Suite Quarterly cover story provides an in-depth profile of David Bohnett’s role as a multi-faceted philanthropist.
Living Out Loud Los Angeles interviews David Bohnett about the LA Philharmonic’s VAN Beethoven virtual reality experience.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic has launched a virtual reality project in which people don VR goggles and Samsung headsets that give them a 3-D, 360-degree experience of four minutes of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, performed by the orchestra at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Newly launched is VAN Beethoven — a 4-minute virtual reality experience. It’s a new initiative that aims to introduce the LA Phil to a broader audience base.