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The New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center


Anthony McGill Performs Salonen

February 8–11

Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts Beethoven’s stirring Symphony No. 7 and the US Premiere of his Kínēma for solo clarinet and orchestra.

February 16–18
Ruth Reinhardt Conducts Adès and Dvořák
Ruth Reinhardt conducts Bacewicz’s Overture for Orchestra and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 5. Kirill Gerstein joins us for Thomas Adès’s piano concerto In Seven Days.
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