FINAL WEEK: Renewal Deadline March 14
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Gustavo Dudamel, “the classical world’s answer to Elvis Presley or Michael Jackson” (Newsweek), conducts the Philharmonic in the cathedral of sound that is Bruckner’s awe-inspiring Ninth Symphony.
Gustavo Dudamel, Conductor
An intimate evening of chamber music by Schubert, Bartók, and Brahms with Artist-in-Residence Yefim Bronfman — “certainly one of the greatest pianists active today” according to The New York Times — and his Philharmonic friends.
Chamber Music with Yefim Bronfman
Musicians of the Philharmonic offer a nourishing afternoon of chamber music by Brahms, Haydn, and Schoenberg in an intimate space.
Lose yourself in masterpieces performed by the Philharmonic, conductor Pablo Heras-Casado — “[his] approach was vigorous, contributing to a high-octane finale” (The New York Times) — and Peter Serkin, a pianist “who makes great music shiver to life” (The New Yorker).
Britten, Bartók & Shostakovich
This season the Philharmonic is saying farewell to Glenn Dicterow, who will leave in June after being Concertmaster for 34 years. We are creating a fund to celebrate his contributions and legacy.
The Glenn Dicterow Fund