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The New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center

Upcoming Concerts & Events

  • Kirill Gerstein New York Philharmonic
    May 21–23

    Brahms’s First Piano Concerto

    Kirill Gerstein joins the Philharmonic for Brahms’s stormy yet lyrical First Piano Concerto. The New York Times called his Philharmonic debut “brilliant, perceptive and stunningly fresh ... Mr. Gerstein is emerging as one of the most respected pianists of his generation.” Susanna Mälkki conducts.

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  • Bugs Bunny at the Symphony NY Philharmonic
    May 14–16

    Bugs Bunny at the Symphony

    A special 25th-anniversary celebration of Bugs Bunny at the Symphony with the New York Philharmonic. This side-splitting tribute features Warner Bros.’ greatest classic Looney Tunes projected on a huge screen with the Philharmonic playing the original scores — live! Fri.–Sat. sold out; seats still available for Thurs.

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  • New York Philharmonic 2015–16 Season
     

    Create Your Own Subscription Series

    Available now! Create Your Own Series for the
    2015–16 season. Choose four (or more) subscription concerts and enjoy exclusive subscriber benefits including unlimited free ticket exchange.

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  • New York Philharmonic Young People's Concert
    May 9

    Young People’s Concert

    SUPER SONIC MUSIC BOX: “Dance Transformed”
    The waltz craze swept Europe in the 19th century, and it has been reinterpreted by composers ever since. Trace its evolution in works by Johann Strauss II, R. Strauss, Ravel, and Bernstein.

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  • CONTACT! New York Philharmonic
    May 11

    CONTACT!: New Music from Italy

    Join us downtown at SubCulture for U.S. Premieres by Salvatore Sciarrino, Vittorio Montalti, and Luca Francesconi, and Berio’s Differences. “The Philharmonic players sounded like veterans of a full-time contemporary-music group.” — The New York Times

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  • New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks
     

    Please Support Concerts in the Parks

    Please consider making a special gift to ensure that all New Yorkers enjoy the Concerts in the Parks this summer, and to maintain this beloved tradition for many years to come.

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