The pandemic separated Jaap van Zweden from the Orchestra that he serves as Music Director, so it was especially sweet when he was able to return to New York last month to film a performance for NYPhil+, our streaming service launched earlier this year.
The newly recorded concert — available today! — also marks a reunion with Philharmonic friend Joshua Bell, with the virtuoso taking the spotlight in Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5, Turkish. Rounding out the program, captured in Alice Tully Hall, are two Gabrieli works for antiphonal brass choirs, and Tchaikovsky’s lush, Italy-inspired Souvenir de Florence.
The concert will be available to stream for one year. Stream it at your convenience and discover our 50+ hours of wide-ranging performances on NYPhil+.