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Schedule & Tickets

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    Spice Up the Season with the Sound of Fun

    Holiday Brass
    December 14

    This spectacular program showcases the power, charm and virtuosity of the New York Philharmonic Brass and Percussion Ensemble in an afternoon of joyful music and holiday favorites.

    Former Principal Trumpet Philip Smith returns to host and conduct.


    Free CD with Purchase of Holiday Brass
    You’ll receive a copy of New York Philharmonic Presents: The Philip Smith Collection, a CD celebrating Smith’s 36 seasons as a beloved member and leader of the Philharmonic’s trumpet section.



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    A Holiday Tradition, Brilliantly Performed

    Handel's Messiah
    December 16–20

    “The Philharmonic played with the weight and nuance that are in its DNA. ... The trumpets made for a sizzling ‘Hallelujah’.” — The New York Times. Gary Thor Wedow leads our timeless holiday tradition, with soloists Camilla Tilling, Iestyn Davies, Michael Slattery, and James Westman.



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    Let the Festivities Begin

    Holidays with the Philharmonic
    December 19–20

    Two of the funniest people alive give their personal spin on The Night Before Christmas — just one highlight of this joyous program of holiday favorites. If you’ve ever wanted to sing with the Philharmonic, now’s your chance — join us for a carol sing-along! Whoopi Goldberg appears Dec. 19; Mo Rocca appears Dec. 20.



  • Dianne Reeves

    New Year’s Eve: A Gershwin Celebration

    December 31

    It’s New York’s classiest New Year’s Eve.

    The Philharmonic serves up an all-Gershwin celebration with a special appearance by the “astonishing”* jazz superstar Dianne Reeves, all conducted by Bramwell Tovey, “whose personality is as ebullient as this music.”*

    *The New York Times



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