Let’s build music together! Discover the pops, dings, and other sounds that come from drums, gongs, bells, shakers, and other instruments in works ranging from John Cage to a song co-written for the occasion by the popular series host Rebecca Young. For children 3–6 and their families.
Very Young People’s Concert: Percussion
Pixar moments come to life on a giant screen while the Philharmonic performs the music. Movies include the Toy Story trilogy; Finding Nemo; Ratatouille; A Bug’s Life; Wall·E; Cars and Cars 2; UP; The Incredibles; Monsters, Inc.; Brave; and Monsters University.
Pixar in Concert
“It is beautiful. It is emotional. It is powerful. It is dramatic, and it is peaceful,” Sequenza21 says of Christopher Rouse’s magnum opus, which weaves poetry of personal loss into a moving score. With baritone Jacques Imbrailo. All tickets $25.
Alan Gilbert Conducts Rouse’s Requiem at Spring For Music
The Philharmonic performs Beethoven’s favorite symphony — the dramatic, triumphant Eroica. Also on the program: violinist Leonidas Kavakos, “the most deeply satisfying violinist performing today” (The Philadelphia Inquirer).
Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony and Leonidas Kavakos
The Philharmonic, Mahler’s own Orchestra, performs his “rapturously nostalgic” (The New York Times) Third Symphony. “The Philharmonic was created to play music like this and nobody does it better.” (The New York Times)
Haitink Conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 3
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