Fluxconcert, a sprawling 10-ring circus of neo-Dadaist provocations and performance-art actions that will push the limits of what's considered music. There isn't space here to list everything curators Christopher Rountree and R.B. Schlather have planned but suffice it to say that furniture will be smashed, watermelons will be hurled from the roof of Disney Hall and musical scores will be dotted with machine-gun fire. Andrew W.K., Georgia Anne Muldrow and Dwight Trible will raise the roof of John Cage's Apartment House 1776, works by Luciano Berio and Yoko Ono will be reinterpreted by Roomful of Teeth and other ensembles, and composer La Monte Young's lulling sonic landslides will be suffused with the "dream light" shaped by his artist-wife, Marian Zazeela.
The centerpiece of L.A. Philharmonic's Fluxus Festival, which runs through June, is