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Celebrating the inaugural season of Music Director Jaap van Zweden
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After nearly a full day 🕐 of non-stop travel the Orchestra and staff arrive in Guangzhou for the first leg of our summer tour to China. Here violist Vivek Kamath and cellist Qiang Tu are looking out at the old…
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Elvira Montiel 11h
in 1928 American composer Jacob Druckman was born in Philadelphia
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Strings Magazine 10h
"It’s very warm and dark, very mellow. It’s very special. It’s got qualities." ⁠ — Cynthia Phelps
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New York Philharmonic Jun 24
" is the New York Phil’s Principal Clarinet and he’s just recorded - with his New York colleagues – Aaron Copland’s Clarinet Concerto. It’s piece I love and McGill captures its complex mood to perfection."
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New York Philharmonic Jun 25
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New York Philharmonic Jun 25
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Thank you 🙂
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PurePoint Jun 25
This month, our Local Spotlight is on Gary Padmore of the . We’re proud to have supported this amazing organization for the past two years. Its dedication to creating brighter tomorrows through the art of music is truly inspiring.
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New York Philharmonic Jun 25
Congrats to and team!🙂
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New York Philharmonic Jun 24
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New York Philharmonic Jun 24
" is the New York Phil’s Principal Clarinet and he’s just recorded - with his New York colleagues – Aaron Copland’s Clarinet Concerto. It’s piece I love and McGill captures its complex mood to perfection."
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New York Philharmonic Jun 24
Bravo, Becky! 👏 Associate Principal Viola Rebecca Young is the brilliant host of our Very Young People's Concerts, where she has sung, tap-danced, played drums, and ridden a scooter around the stage. She recently…
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New York Philharmonic Jun 24
Will pass this along. Thanks!
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Charles Coleman Jun 21
I was at the UK premiere of this great work with my buddy leading the last November. is writing better than ever these days! Looking forward to the performance by this coming December!
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Elizabeth Yuan Jun 22
This 1962 book by Leon Stein is a vivid must-read. I’d never heard of until Julia Wolfe’s ‘fire in my mouth’ work . Centennial edition marking 1911 fire — deadliest NY workplace disaster until 9/11 —has foreword by M Hirsch who IDed 7
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Ford Motor Company Fund Jun 21
A must watch video of Rebecca Young, Associate Principal Viola, and 2019 Ford Musician Awards for Excellence in Community Service recipient.
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New York Philharmonic Jun 21
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Ford Motor Company Fund Jun 21
Help us celebrate by congratulating the 2019 Ford Musician Awards for Excellence in Community Service - a program of the . Congratulations to Rebecca Young, Associate Principal Viola,
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Adam Crane Jun 20
I'm constantly inspired by Associate Principal Viola Becky Young. This video sums it up! Rebecca Young: ‘the Biggest Kid in the Orchestra’ via
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NYPhilDigitalArchive Jun 19
It's been a rainy couple of days in NYC! ☔⛈️ What's your favorite work about WATER? Handel's Water Music? Debussy's La Mer? Or maybe one of the Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes by Britten? (Image: Concertgoers huddle under umbrellas at Parks Concert in 1990)
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New York Philharmonic Jun 19
This Fri 6/21 Karen LeFrak reads her new book, which we celebrate at Fun at the Phil: "Sleepover at the Museum," our first-ever family benefit for children March 7, 2020
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