Dutoit and LA Philharmonic Play On Un-Rattled by 5.1 Earthquake [AUDIO]

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Incredible audio has been released by the LA Philharmonic of the moment when March 28th’s 5.1 magnitude earthquake shook the Walt Disney Concert Hall during a performance of Ravel’s ‘Daphnis et Chloe’.

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The orchestra were six minutes into the performance when the concert hall was hit by a strong jolt, followed by 60 seconds of rumbling – sending the lights to violently sway and several audience members to race for the doors.

Guest Conductor Charles Dutoit, a consummate professional, did not unhinge the orchestra – continuing unrattled.

The 5.1 La Habra earthquake caused more than $2 Million in damages to LA’s Orange County district.

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