Beethoven’s sparkling, at times humorous, Eighth Symphony is coupled with Strauss’s epic Ein Heldenleben, featuring Concertmaster Glenn Dicterow and the “rapturous power” (The Huffington Post) of the Philharmonic. Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos conducts.
February 28 & March 1
The “quietly spellbinding” (The New York Times) five-time Grammy winner performs an extraordinary two-night-only musical celebration with very special friends, including the legendary Joan Baez.
Four lucky fans who enter our Facebook contest will get a pair of tickets to their favorite Philharmonic holiday concert (up to $210 value). Pick from Handel’s Messiah, A Broadway Christmas with Brian Stokes Mitchell, New Year's Eve with musical humorists Igudesman & Joo, and Holiday Brass.
Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts Volume 2 contains "history in the making.... whole ranges of valuable material," The New York Times said. Check out these suggestions for thoughtful, quality gifts for your loved ones this Holiday Season available at the Philharmonic online store and other sources.
The New York Philharmonic Principal Brass Quintet and the Lee Musiker Trio present traditional and contemporary holiday classics, including a witty Viennese Christmas, a new Nutcracker, a special Thanksgiving Chanukah, and Christmas favorites from “Sleigh Ride” to “Mele Kalikimaka.”
Andrew Manze leads a timeless holiday tradition, with soloists Tamara Mumford, Joélle Harvey, Matthew Rose, and Allan Clayton. “The Philharmonic played with the weight and nuance that are in its DNA,” The New York Times said. “The trumpets made for a sizzling ‘Hallelujah.’”
There’s no better place than the New York Philharmonic for the holidays, especially with one of Broadway’s brightest stars on hand to bring alive all your favorites — from “White Christmas” to “The Little Drummer Boy,” “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” and much more.
Usher in the New Year with Alan Gilbert, the Philharmonic, and the musical duo the Los Angeles Times crowned “the kings of classical comedy.” Vanity Fair said, “Go see them — they are brilliant.” Join us for this festive evening.
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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.
Alan Gilbert and the Philharmonic have three of New York magazine's "10 Best Classical Performances of the Year"
The Philharmonic's recording of the World Premiere of Magnus Lindberg's Piano Concerto No. 2, featuring Yefim Bronfman and conducted by Music Director Alan Gilbert, has been nominated for two Grammy Awards.
The New Yorker's Alex Ross and The New York Times's Anthony Tommasini praised Music Director Alan Gilbert's direction of the all-Britten program in November.