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The New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center

  • Daniil Trifonov NY Philharmonic

    December 30–January 6

    Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky

    When superstar pianist Daniil Trifonov made his Philharmonic debut The New York Times wrote that he and the Orchestra “clearly had chemistry.... Their vivid dialogues unfolded with both verve and spontaneity.” Plus: Tchaikovsky’s final, heart-wrenching Pathétique Symphony. Juanjo Mena conducts.

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  • Dianne Reeves Bramwell Tovey NY Philharmonic

    December 31

    New Year’s Eve: A Gershwin Celebration

    The Philharmonic serves up an all-Gershwin celebration with a special appearance by the “astonishing” (The New York Times) jazz superstar Dianne Reeves. With conductor Bramwell Tovey, “whose personality is as ebullient as this music.” Very limited availability.

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Upcoming Concerts & Events

  • Alan Gilbert Anthony McGill NY Philharmonic
    January 8–13

    Alan Gilbert Conducts Swan Lake

    The Philharmonic performs Tchaikovsky’s beloved Swan Lake, and Principal Clarinet Anthony McGill solos in Nielsen’s Clarinet Concerto. “The Philharmonic was created to play music like this and nobody does it better.” — The New York Times

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  • Alan Gilbert
    January 15–17

    Verdi’s Requiem

    Alan Gilbert leads a dream team of soloists in Verdi’s dramatic epic. “When performed with passion by first-rung artists ... [Verdi’s Requiem] can stir the blood and grip the imagination like no other work in the concert repertory.” — The New York Times

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  • NY Philharmonic Ensembles
    January 18

    Philharmonic Ensembles at Merkin Concert Hall

    Musicians of the Philharmonic offer a nourishing afternoon of Schumann, Paul Schoenfield, and Andy Akiho in this intimate chamber music performance.

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  • Maxim Vengerov Long Yu NY Philharmonic
    January 22–24

    Vengerov Performs Tchaikovsky

    The powerhouse violinist plays one of the most beloved violin concertos. Plus: Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony: "The Philharmonic played with steely power that shook the hall," The New York Times wrote the last time we performed it.

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  • Young People's Concert NY Philharmonic
    January 24

    Young People’s Concert

    SUPERSONIC MUSIC BOX: “New York Transformed”
    What is the sound of New York City? Where did it come from and how is it changing? Experience a century and a half of New York’s music in works by Bernstein, Very Young Composers, and others.

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  • Share the Music! NY Philharmonic

    Share the Music! Match Ends December 31

    An anonymous donor will make a gift of $1 million if we can raise $2 million for our Share the Music! campaign. To date we have raised $1.985 million — please help us raise the last $15,000 by December 31!

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