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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.)

  • Lisa Batiashvili NY Philharmonic

    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.

  • Marion Cotillard

    Marion Cotillard in Joan of Arc at the Stake

    June 11–13

    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.

  • 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.


  • Marion Cotillard

    New York Philharmonic & Warner Bros. Present Bugs Bunny at the Symphony

    May 14–16

    Due to overwhelming demand, we have added a fourth concert, on May 14, of this special 25th-anniversary celebration of Bugs Bunny at the Symphony with the New York Philharmonic. This side-splitting tribute features Warner Bros.’ greatest classic Looney Tunes — including What’s Opera, Doc?, Rabbit of Seville, Corny Concerto, and Rhapsody Rabbit — all projected on a huge screen with the Philharmonic playing the original scores — live!

    *Open to everyone age 5 and above

    Created by George Daugherty & David Ka Lik Wong

    TM & © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

    Photo credit: © WBEI

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