The New York Philharmonic’s nomadic 2021–22 season concluded with the return to the Bravo! Vail Music Festival, which included the announcement of the residency’s extension through 2027. With repertoire ranging from works by Mozart and Mahler to a World Premiere by Carlos Simon, and soloists including Conrad Tao, Bomsori Kim, and Seong-Jin Cho, Music Director Jaap van Zweden and the NY Phil treated concertgoers to an eclectic, spirited series of performances amid breathtaking Rocky Mountain vistas. The residency concluded with back-to-back concerts led by Leonard Slatkin, one marking the NY Phil debut of Zlatomir Fung, first-prize winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition, and the other a salute to Sondheim featuring Isabel Leonard and Emmett O'Hanlon. It’s an altogether fitting ending to an unpredictable, but ultimately triumphant, season for the Orchestra, as it now looks ahead to its return home to the new David Geffen Hall this October.