Gustavo Dudamel conducts a performance with YOLA, Youth Orchestra Los Angeles at Walt Disney Concert Hall in May 2014. Dudamel and YOLA students will be part of Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show – a mash-up, says ethics columnist Andrew Fiala, that points to a link between high culture and pop culture, sports and art.
Gustavo Dudamel conducts a performance with YOLA, Youth Orchestra Los Angeles at Walt Disney Concert Hall in May 2014. Dudamel and YOLA students will be part of Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show – a mash-up, says ethics columnist Andrew Fiala, that points to a link between high culture and pop culture, sports and art. Lawrence K. Ho Los Angeles Times file
Gustavo Dudamel conducts a performance with YOLA, Youth Orchestra Los Angeles at Walt Disney Concert Hall in May 2014. Dudamel and YOLA students will be part of Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show – a mash-up, says ethics columnist Andrew Fiala, that points to a link between high culture and pop culture, sports and art. Lawrence K. Ho Los Angeles Times file

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About Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.