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Alan Gilbert and the NY Philharmonic

Get the best of what the New York Philharmonic has to offer by becoming a subscriber. Benefits like securing the best seats year after year, free and easy ticket exchange, and savings of up to 20% off individual ticket prices are just a few of the advantages of being a subscriber. Check out our benefits page to see the complete list of subscriber perks. This season features more than 130 magical evening performances. Browse the 2012-2013 Season Highlights below and become a subscriber today!


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  • Bach Variations

    The Bach Variations: A Philharmonic Festival

    March 6–April 6
    An extraordinary festival celebrating the composer The New York Times called "The Greatest." Highlights include piano concertos with András Schiff (April 3–6), violin concertos with Isabelle Faust (March 20–23), and one of the crowning achievements in all of music, the Mass in B Minor conducted by Alan Gilbert (March 13–16).

  • Emanuel Ax

    Emanuel Ax: Artist-in-Residence

    April 24–27, June 20–22
    The acclaimed pianist joins us for three weeks of full-orchestra performances (all conducted by Alan Gilbert), chamber masterworks, and more.

  • Christopher Rouse

    Christopher Rouse: Composer-in-Residence

    April 17–20, Feb 21–22, June 20–22
    One of America's "loftiest, most passionate and most sincere composers" (critic Justin Davidson) contributes a World Premiere, Phantasmata (February 21–22), and the New York Premiere of his Symphony No. 3 (June 20–22). Alan Gilbert conducts all performances.

  • Joshua Bell

    Joshua Bell Plays Bernstein

    April 17–20
    "The greatest American violinist active today" (The Boston Herald). Alan Gilbert conducts.

  • Wynton Marsalis

    Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center

    May 30–June 1
    The Philharmonic, Alan Gilbert, and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra perform Marsalis's Swing Symphony.

  • Dancer's Dream

    A Dancer's Dream: Two Works by Stravinsky

    June 27–29

    The creative team behind our sold-out Le Grand Macabre and The Cunning Little Vixen return, transforming Avery Fisher Hall into a fantastical dream world filled with ballet, puppetry, video, theater, and Stravinsky’s breathtaking music.

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