The New York Philharmonic
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Leon Levy Digital Collections
Now available, FREE access to 1.3 million pages of Philharmonic history from 1943 to 1970, including printed programs, marked scores and parts, photographs, Board of Directors minutes, correspondence, financial records, and more.
Performance History Search
Search our database of every performance since December 7, 1842.
Comprehensive lists since 1842, Music Director bios and more.
Beginning in 1842, the New York Philharmonic’s historic collections are some of the longest running, most comprehensive Archives in the world of performing arts. An early tradition of documenting all activities began even before the first concert and continues today.
Created only for the web, these ever growing, multi-media online exhibitions join together material from the archives with contemporary events to tell a particular story or take you behind the scenes while the orchestra is on tour.
Immerse yourself in concerts, behind-the-scenes video, slideshows from tours, and hand-picked playlists featuring many of our favorite Philharmonic moments.