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The 2014–15 season of the New York Philharmonic features more than 100 extraordinary evenings (and matinees) of the best music-making you’ll hear anywhere. And the best way to enjoy the season is to subscribe. You’ll receive free ticket exchange, the best seats, year-long discounts, and more. For a complete list of subscriber perks, visit our benefits page. (Click on images and titles below to learn more.)

  • Marion Cotillard

    Marion Cotillard in Joan of Arc at the Stake

    The Oscar-winning actress (La Vie en Rose, Midnight in Paris, Rust and Bone) stars in the U.S. Premiere of a new, fully staged production from Paris of Honneger’s dramatic masterpiece. Alan Gilbert conducts, June 11–13.

    Performed in French with English surtitles.

  • Yo-Yo Ma

    Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble

    One of the world’s most famed musicians returns to the Philharmonic subscription season for the first time since 2005 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of his Silk Road Ensemble. Alan Gilbert conducts, February 19–21.

  • Alan Gilbert

    Verdi’s Requiem

    Alan Gilbert leads the Philharmonic, the New York Choral Artists, and a quartet for the ages (Angela Meade, Lilli Paasikivi, Brandon Jovanovich, and Eric Owens) in our first performances of this powerful and deeply moving masterpiece in nine years, January 15–17.
    Alan Gilbert's appearance is made possible through the Daisy and Paul Soros Endowment Fund. These concerts are made possible through the Helen Huntington Hull Fund.

  • Joshua Bell

    Joshua Bell

    “The greatest American violinist active today” (Boston Herald) performs Glazunov’s delightful Violin Concerto with the Philharmonic and conductor Case Scaglione, November 12–18. Other world-class guest soloists include violinist Hilary Hahn, who performs Korngold’s Violin Concerto November 26 and 28–29, and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet.

  • Lisa Batiashvili

    Lisa Batiashvili
    The Mary and James G. Wallach Artist-in-Residence

    “One of the most fabulous violinists of our time...a truly great artist” (Le Figaro) performs Brahms, Barber, Bach, and the World Premiere of a new Concerto for Violin and Oboe by French composer Thierry Escaich.
    Lisa Batiashvili is The Mary and James G. Wallach Artist-in-Residence.

  • Alicia Weilerstein

    Dohnányi / Dvořák: A Philharmonic Festival

    Since premiering the New World Symphony, the Philharmonic has had a close relationship with the passionate music of Dvořák. Now it is joined by Christoph von Dohnányi, acclaimed for his interpretation of this composer, in a two-week festival including symphonies and concertos by the Czech master, December 4–13. Also on tap: superstar Alisa Weilerstein in a chamber concert, and Dvořák’s chamber music masterpieces opening all four Saturday Matinee Concerts.
    Alisa Weilerstein's appearance is made possible through the Florence Blau Trust.

  • Christopher Rouse


    Christopher Rouse completes his tenure as The Marie-Josée Kravis Composer-in-Residence with Thunderstuck, a new orchestral work to be premiered in October; the Philharmonic also performs his Flute Concerto and Iscariot. The season also features premieres of Philharmonic commissions by John Adams, Unsuk Chin, Thomas Adès, and Peter Eötvös.


Only subscribers can reserve their seats now for the Special Events below. Box Office opens to the general public August 24.

  • Art of the Score

    La Dolce Vita: The Music of Italian Cinema
    With Josh Groban, Joshua Bell, and Renée Fleming

    September 16 – Opening Gala Concert
    September 17

    8½, La Dolce Vita, Cinema Paradiso — these classics of Italian cinema are beloved not only for their storytelling, but also for their unmistakable music. And when that gorgeous music is performed by the Philharmonic and soloists Josh Groban, Joshua Bell, and Renée Fleming – accompanied by animated graphics and film clips — it truly becomes an evening in cinema paradise.
    Generous Underwriting Support provided by BNY Mellon.

  • Charlie Chaplin

    Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times: The Tramp at 100

    September 19 – 20

    The beloved ballad “Smile (Though Your Heart Is Aching)” is one of the many joys of Charlie Chaplin’s immortal comedy classic. Enjoy it as never before when the full Philharmonic performs the complete score to Modern Times while the beautifully restored film is shown on a giant screen above the stage. Truly a magical night for all ages.

  • Lang Lang

    Lang Lang Plays Mozart

    October 21
    Alan Gilbert, conductor

    The acclaimed pianist performs Mozart’s Piano Concertos Nos. 17 and 24.

  • Vanessa Williams

    Show Boat with the New York Philharmonic

    November 5–8
    Ted Sperling, conductor
    Vanessa Williams, Julie
    Julian Ovenden, Gaylord Ravenal
    Lauren Worsham, Magnolia

    Kern & Hammerstein’s great musical, with hits including “Ol’ Man River” and “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man.” Grammy, Emmy, and Tony nominee Vanessa Williams, Julian Ovenden (Downton Abbey), and Lauren Worsham star. Ted Sperling conducts. Tickets are on sale now.

  • reeves

    New Year’s Eve: A Gershwin Celebration

    December 31
    Bramwell Tovey, conductor
    Dianne Reeves, vocalist
    Norm Lewis, vocalist

    Ring in the New Year with our all-Gershwin celebration.

  • Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana

    A Broadway Romance

    February 14

    Ted Sperling, conductor
    Laura Osnes, vocalist
    Santino Fontana, vocalist

    A romantic evening featuring selections from Bernstein’s West Side Story, Bock’s She Loves Me, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel, and more.

  • Long Yu and Yo-Yo Ma

    Chinese New Year Celebration with Yo-Yo Ma

    February 24
    Long Yu, conductor
    Yo-Yo Ma, cello
    Wu Tong, sheng

    Celebrate the Year of the Sheep with Yo-Yo Ma and the Philharmonic.

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