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It’s always a must-see when Yefim Bronfman plays Beethoven. As our Artist-in-Residence this season, Bronfman will perform all five Beethoven Piano Concertos – plus the Triple Concerto with violinist Glenn Dicterow and cellist Carter Brey – in a remarkable three-week festival.
September 26–October 1, January 2–7, March 30
The acclaimed pianist joins us for 23 performances in New York and Asia, including subscription performances of Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto, and Magnus Lindberg’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Plus, a recital of chamber music masterworks.
Yefim Bronfman is the Mary and James G. Wallach Artist-in-Residence.
November 14–19, January 2–7, June 5–7
One of America’s “loftiest, most passionate and most sincere composers" (critic Justin Davidson) contributes numerous premieres to our season: the world premiere of his Symphony, the New York premiere of his Oboe Concerto, and the New York premiere of his Requiem.
Christopher Rouse is The Marie-Josée Kravis Composer-in-Residence.
May 28–June 7
For 11 days in 2014 Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic will play, in every sense of the word. It’s the inaugural NY PHIL BIENNIAL — a kaleidoscopic exploration of today’s music by more than 50 contemporary and modern composers from 12 countries, presented with partners on and off the Lincoln Center campus. Inspired by visual-art biennials, the NY PHIL BIENNIAL will be a place for you to revel, delight, and immerse yourself in the here and now.
Nov 14–19, Dec 12–14, Jan 19, June 24–28
Acclaimed for his “flashing virtuosity … admirable elegance and utter fearlessness,” (The New York Times) the Philharmonic’s Concertmaster crowns his 34-year career with a recital performance of personal favorites . Also featured this season in Strauss’s Also sprach Zarathustra, Ein Heldenleben, and Beethoven’s Triple Concerto.