Rite of Passage
22 Nov 2013 Throughout Glenn Dicterow’s final season as the
Philharmonic’s Concertmaster, the Orchestra salutes the
man and musician who has been a pillar of its sound and
musicality for more than three decades.
Man on the Move
12 Nov 2013 The peripatetic Esa-Pekka Salonen chats about conducting, composing, and saying farewell to Los Angeles and hello to New York.
A Conversation Among Cellos
10 Oct 2013 -- Krzysztof Penderecki, who will
soon turn 80, is being honored
with a musical fete featuring
three compelling cellists and a
conductor with a long-standing
connection to the eminent
A Different Kind of Blues
06 Sep 2013 -- Argentinian composer Osvaldo Golijov, whose music bedecks
the Opening Gala, speaks about his approach to composing,
Yo-Yo Ma, and the New York Philharmonic.
A Grand Beginning
08 Aug 2013 -- The Kennedy Center’s 2013–2014 season commences
next month in grand fashion.
Socializing Among Friends
23 Jul 2013 -- The New York Philharmonic has an energetic presence
on social media and loves to keep the conversation going.
Rebecca Winzenried introduces you to the posts, tweets,
and videos that help forge an ever-expanding online family.
Three Great New York Teams
18 Jul 2013 -- The Yankees, the Mets, and the
New York Philharmonic — these three
great New York City teams have more
in common than you might think.
Park Avenue Chamber Symphony Announces 15h Anniversary Season
01 Jul 2013 -- The Park Avenue Chamber Symphony is pleased to announce its 15th Anniversary Season, 2013-2014. Since its founding, the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony has brought compelling performances of classical music to its New York audiences and worldwide with its catalogue of recordings.
The Power of the Music of the Night
12 Jun 2013 -- Imagine Emanuel Ax giving a piano recital in your living room. You could
call him “Manny,”and ask if he’d like another cabernet, while surrounded by loved ones and
other music enthusiasts.