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The New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center

  • February 26–28

    Brahms and Sibelius

    The New York Philharmonic glows in Brahms’s Second Symphony, with its famous lullaby melody. Plus: violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann, whose “performance was an essay in passion and luminous beauty” (Chicago Tribune). Sakari Oramo conducts.

    Student Rush
  • March 12–14

    Beethoven, Berlioz, and Adès

    The Philharmonic performs Beethoven’s bold, youthful First Symphony, and Berlioz’s swashbuckling Les Francs-juges Overture. Plus the “jaw-dropping orchestral sonorities” of the “wild” and “crystalline” Totentanz (BBC) by the multi-talented Thomas Adès, who conducts. Tickets available for $29.

  • New York Philharmonic Leon Levy Digital Archives

    13,300 Programs and Counting…

    NOW AVAILABLE: the world’s largest online collection of symphony orchestra concerts, through a vast collection of printed programs — free, and updated weekly. Check it out!

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