Gustavo Dudamel, “the classical world’s answer to Elvis Presley or Michael Jackson” (Newsweek), conducts the Philharmonic in the cathedral of sound that is Bruckner’s awe-inspiring Ninth Symphony.
Gustavo Dudamel Conducts Bruckner
An intimate evening of chamber music by Schubert, Bartók, and Brahms with Artist-in-Residence Yefim Bronfman — “certainly one of the greatest pianists active today” according to The New York Times — and his Philharmonic friends.
Chamber Music with Yefim Bronfman
Lose yourself in masterpieces performed by the Philharmonic, conductor Pablo Heras-Casado — “[his] approach was vigorous, contributing to a high-octane finale” (The New York Times) — and Peter Serkin, a pianist “who makes great music shiver to life” (The New Yorker).
Britten, Bartók & Shostakovich
Carol Oja, the Leonard Bernstein Scholar-in-Residence at the New York Philharmonic, shares her research on Bernstein’s early career and how it showed the beginning of his lifelong commitment to racial justice.
Insights Series: Leonard Bernstein Emerges
Christoph von Dohnányi conducts music by Brahms and Schumann with love notes to the same woman. Plus Paul Lewis, the pianist The New York Times calls “astonishing.” “The Philharmonic was created to play music like this and nobody does it better.” (The New York Times)
Brahms and Schumann
This season the Philharmonic is saying farewell to Glenn Dicterow, who will leave in June after being Concertmaster for 34 years. We are creating a fund to celebrate his contributions and legacy.
The Glenn Dicterow Fund