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September 16 & 17
Joshua Bell, Renée Fleming, Josh Groban, Alan Gilbert, and the Philharmonic transport you into the exquisite, sensual world of film classics including 8½, La Dolce Vita, and Cinema Paradiso as music from these lush scores is paired with whimsically evocative video animation. Martin Scorsese introduces the Sept. 16 concert.
The beloved ballad “Smile” is one of the many joys of this immortal comedy classic. Enjoy it as never before when the full Philharmonic performs the complete score to Modern Times alongside the beautifully restored film.
“It was a thrill to hear the work performed with such precision and daring,” The New York Times wrote of Alan Gilbert’s last Philharmonic performance of Mahler’s First. Also: a new clarinet concerto by Unsuk Chin — New York magazine hailed our 2013 concert with her music as one of the 10 Best Classical Performances of the Year.
Humorous and couched in Romantic warmth, Nielsen’s music reflects a “kind of universal human experience. It’s music that really speaks to people,” Alan Gilbert says. “The Nielsen sound brings out the best in the Philharmonic.” — The Classical Review
Alan Gilbert Conducts Nielsen
The second recording of The Nielsen Project — the Philharmonic's multi-year focus on Carl Nielsen — is out. Hear Music Director Alan Gilbert and the Philharmonic performing Symphonies No. 1 and No. 4, "The Inextinguishable" on this recording on Denmark's Dacapo label and distributed by Naxos.
Imagine having a playdate with the Orchestra: instruments are toys, songs become games, and we can make-believe whatever our hearts desire! Join Philippe the Penguin and Philharmonic musicians to make new friends and share in the fun of music.
An Ensembles concert provides an intimate connection between musician and audience, allowing you to hear the individual talents that make up the Orchestra. Subscribe to all six concerts for just $150 and save 26%, a savings of $54. Or buy single tickets, which are now on sale.
Philharmonic Ensembles at Merkin Concert Hall
Join the almost 200 men and women of diverse ages and backgrounds who work directly with children and young adults in our Education programs, greet patrons, and help the Orchestra and staff in other ways.
Please support our new initiative to connect the New York Philharmonic to everyone, everywhere, free of charge. A highlight is Philharmonic Free Fridays: 100 free tickets for ages 13–26 for Friday night subscription concerts this season.
The New York Times Fall Arts Preview highlighted several of our offerings in the next few months. Read up and join us for some memorable concerts!
"Symphonies No. 1 and No. 4, 'The Inextinguishable'" features Alan Gilbert and the Philharmonic's performances this past spring.
Brian Wise recommends "the final installment of [Alan Gilbert's] Nielsen Project, a multi-season cycle aimed to raise the profile of the idiosyncratic yet highly expressive Danish composer."