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Watch Dvořák’s New World Symphony from Opening Gala Concert

Posted October 05, 2016

The performance above (on September 21, 2016) launched the New York Philharmonic’s 175th anniversary season, Music Director Alan Gilbert’s farewell season, and The New World Initiative — our season-long, city-wide project revolving around Dvořák’s New World Symphony and its theme of “home” through performances, community outreach, and education projects.

All three are unfolding with the same passion captured in this video, which you can watch all season long. The New World Initiative continues to grow, with 105 ensembles and soloists from all five boroughs and the greater New York City area participating through performances and reinterpretations of the New World Symphony. The New York Philharmonic provides them with free tickets to Open Rehearsals, access to a traveling archival exhibit, and access to arrangements, scores, and sheet music bowed by Philharmonic musicians and conductors.

This past Tuesday the New York Philharmonic Education team partnered with the New York City Department of Education (DOE) to put on a Professional Development workshop for more than 400 DOE music teachers. Instrumental teachers got to perform from copies of the Philharmonic’s 1893 Dvořák parts, and choral teachers sang “Goin’ Home,” the song adapted from the symphony’s Adagio.

Check the New World Initiative website for the latest news, additions, and performances!