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New York Philharmonic 6h
Date Change Sound ON: Leading Voices, originally scheduled for Feb 3, 2020, has been moved to Feb 10, 2020 World Premieres by , , and in a concert hosted and curated by Creative Partner
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New York Philharmonic 11h
Replying to @Docjoshsoc
Hey Josh, thanks for posting with at Phil the Hall. You won VIP tickets to the Concerts in the Parks performance in Central Park 6/12! Please enter the Park from West 86th St and CPW, then pick them up at the Customer Relations table on the west side of the Great Lawn.
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EMM 12h
NEXT WEEK Semyon Bychkov makes his return to the in the first of two programmes, which features 's Symphony No. 2 "Kenotaph" and Brahms's Symphony No. 4! DETAILS HERE:
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NYPhilDigitalArchive Apr 16
If you guessed Herr Gustav Mahler, music director from 1909-1911, you were right! This Mahler monogram is from a letter he penned to manager Felix Leifels. We have this letter and more Mahler correspondences on the Digital Archives:
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Tessitura Network Apr 16
"If you genuinely want neighbors who have never been to your house to drop by, you have to make a point of inviting them." re 's "Phil the Hall", which offers $5 tickets + GA seats to dedicated New Yorkers.
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New York Philharmonic Apr 16
Replying to @AskPurePoint
Very Young Composers like Kyler are pursuing their musical futures thanks to generous support from Season Sponsor and other supporters of our VYC program.
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New York Philharmonic Apr 16
Very Young Composer Kyler Simon talks about his compositional process. His “The Great Adventure” was premiered on the 3/2 Young People’s Concert.
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NYPhilDigitalArchive Apr 16
Who knows which famous Philharmonic music director this monogram belongs to?
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New York Philharmonic Apr 15
Congratulations Ellen Reid, one of our Project 19 composers next season! World Premiere of her commission is Feb. 20–22, 2020:
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Broadcast Music Inc. Apr 12
Had a chance to attend the Nightcap series of the featuring & the . Music curated by John Adams. BMI's Director, , Chris McCormick pictured Gabriella Smith, Jully Merino & the ’s Charles Buchanan.
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I CARE IF YOU LISTEN Apr 12
The New York Philharmonic's Project 19 celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment. Read this profile of their commissionee, Tania Leon, which touches on her plans:
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Reuters Top News Apr 14
ICYMI: These 11-year-old composers have their music performed by the New York Philharmonic
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Dylan Pickus Apr 13
Sure sex is nice, but have you ever heard the brass really tear into some Mahler?
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Phil Catelinet Apr 13
I love Mahler and any performance of his Symphony No. 6 by the would be great but tonight's concert was electric. I was hanging on every note. Congratulations to Simone Young for a terrific job leading the orchestra through this work on short notice!
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Justin Lashley Apr 13
Just saw conduct the in Mahler’s 6th. It was masterful. Absolutely brought the house down. Looking forward to following her career.
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JD Biersdorfer 📰💻📱☕️ Apr 14
I see your targeted marketing at work here,
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New York Philharmonic Apr 15
Replying to @jdbiersdorfer
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The New Criterion Apr 12
Rebecca Young is a superb performer for children, with a comedic presence that fills the stage with her joy for music.
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Reyes Llopis-García Apr 11
At my , the , where Mahler’s phenomenal 6th Symphony, with what looks like THE WHOLE orchestra, is even cooler because it is being conducted BY A WOMAN tonight. Bravo, !!!!
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Reyes Llopis-García Apr 11
Replying to @nyphil
Did I say phenomenal? I meant FORMIDABLE! COSMIC! That hammer, all those bells, the percussion, 8 horns, all the brass, the strings!!! WOW! And a sublime female conductor as the cherry on top of
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