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WATCH: Rehearsal Video/Photos from Joan of Arc at the Stake

Music Director Alan Gilbert and director Côme de Bellescize are hard at work with Academy Award–Winning Actress Marion Cotillard, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, and cast members of the New York Philharmonic's upcoming production of Honegger's Joan of Arc at the Stake (June 10–13; tickets here). Don't miss it!

Joan of Arc at the Stake Rehearsal New York Philharmonic

Cotillard and Gilbert

Joan of Arc at the Stake Rehearsal New York Philharmonic

Cotillard and Éric Génovèse (Brother Dominique)

Joan of Arc at the Stake Rehearsal New York Philharmonic

de Bellecisze with members of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and Christian Gonon (Narrator)

Joan of Arc at the Stake Rehearsal New York Philharmonic

Gonon with members of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus

(Video and Photos: Chris Lee)

WATCH: Who's Your Favorite Fierce Female?

In honor of Joan of Arc, heroine of our season-capping production of Honegger's Joan of Arc at the Stake, we asked New Yorkers all over the city who their favorite fierce female was. The answers were hilarious, moving, historical, personal, and more. Just watch.

Speaking of fierce females, can you spot the violinist who in March performed with us in the World Premiere of John Adams's Scheherazade.2 (herself depicting a fierce female)? Or the soprano who plays the Virgin in Joan of Arc at the Stake?

Who's your favorite fierce female? Tell us on social media using #nypfierce

And take our Which Fierce Female Are You? BuzzFeed quiz!

WATCH: World Premiere of Peter Eötvös's Senza sangue

The EUROPE / SPRING 2015 tour concluded on May 1 at Cologne's Kölner Philharmonie, where Peter Eötvös's opera "Senza sangue" received its World Premiere. Alan Gilbert conducted mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter, baritone Russell Braun, and the Orchestra. The composer joined them during bows. The piece receives its U.S. Premiere May 8 & 9 at Avery Fisher Hall. Credit Suisse is the Exclusive Tour Sponsor of the New York Philharmonic. (Video: Chris Lee)

WATCH: Ravel in Paris, 4/25/15

Enjoy Ravel's Shéhérazade while watching a retrospective of the Orchestra's stop in Paris on the EUROPE / SPRING 2015 tour, culminating in becoming the first U.S. orchestra to perform at the Philharmonie de Paris. (A free webcast of the concert is available at medici.tv until October 22, 2015.) Credit Suisse is the Exclusive Tour Sponsor of the New York Philharmonic. (Video: Chris Lee)

WATCH: Tulips by a 'Swan Lake'

After seven concerts over seven days, and almost halfway through the EUROPE / SPRING 2015 tour, made possible by Exclusive Tour Sponsor Credit Suisse, Philharmonic Associate Principal Viola Rebecca Young and violist Kenneth Mirkin spend a few hours visiting Keukenhof, one of the largest gardens in Europe, southwest of Amsterdam. The music: Waltz from Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, one of the tour encores. (Video: Chris Lee)

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