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Philharmonic Pioneers

Philharmonic Partners 

When you're next in Avery Fisher Hall, don't miss Philharmonic Pioneers: The Founding of the New York and Royal Philharmonic Societies, an exhibition by The New York Philharmonic Archives in the Bruno Walter Gallery. It features original materials belonging to the Royal Philharmonic Society that pertain to their commissioning of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. It also showcases materials related to the 1846 U.S. Premiere of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony by the New York Philharmonic, which commissioned the first English translation of “Ode to Joy” for the occasion. The exhibition closes November 23.

Galleries Are Small

Giants Are Small Exhibit

While bijou in size, the Bruno Walter Gallery at Avery Fisher Hall is currently exploding with materials that celebrate the collaborative projects between the New York Philharmonic and Giants Are Small, the creative dynamos behind our productions of Le Grand Macabre (2010) and The Cunning Little Vixen (2011), leading up to the upcoming A Dancer’s Dream (June 27–29). Gear up for our colorful and imaginative season finale with this exhibition featuring props, production photos, costumes, and sketches, on view now through the end of June.

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