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Holiday

  • Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos

    Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos Conducts
    Beethoven and Strauss
    December 12–14

    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.

  • Holiday Brass

    Holiday Brass
    Sunday, December 15 at 3:00 pm

    There’s no better way to close out 2013 than with this concert of holiday favorites. In this annual ritual the New York Philharmonic Principal Brass Quintet shares the stage with the Lee Musiker Trio for traditional and contemporary holiday classics with Mr. Musiker’s jazzy twists and new arrangements.

  • Tamara Mumford and Joelle Harvey

    Handel's Messiah
    December 17–21

    Enjoy a timeless holiday tradition by hearing early-music expert Andrew Manze lead the Philharmonic’s annual performances of Messiah. Soloists include mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford and soprano Joélle Harvey.

  • Brian Stokes Mitchell

    A Broadway Christmas with Brian Stokes Mitchell
    December 20–21

    “Mr. Mitchell brought the house to a roar ... his place in the pantheon of romantic musical leads is now guaranteed” (The New York Times). Now the Tony-winning star of Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me, Kate, and Ragtime joins the Philharmonic for two magical performances of Broadway and holiday delights, including "We Need a Little Christmas," "Sleigh Ride," and much more.

  • Igudesman & Joo

    New Year's Eve Celebration
    Tuesday, December 31 at 7:30 pm

    Usher in the New Year with Alan Gilbert, the Philharmonic, and the musical duo the Los Angeles Times crowned “The kings of classical music comedy ... Think Jack Benny and Jascha Heifetz combined with a Chico Marx, Vladimir Horowitz and Jerry Lewis mash up….the crowd was kept in stitches. But also in musical thrall.” Join us for this festive evening.

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