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Feb. 20 2012

Monday 02/20/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM Conductor: Alan Gilbert Soloist: Lang Lang, piano Magnus Lindberg: Feria Bartók: Piano Concerto No 2 Prokofiev: Symphony No 5 Fill- Copland: Selections from Old American Songs

Feb. 13 2012

Monday 02/13/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM   Conductor: Alan Gilbert Pianist: Yefim Bronfman Program: Magnus Lindberg: Expo Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No 2 Sibelius: Symphony No 2 Encore: Sibelius: Valse triste  

Feb. 06 2012

Monday 02/06/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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 11pm This program is in memory of the 150th anniversary of Debussy’s birth and the 100th anniversary of Massenet’s death Conductors: Kurt Masur; Leonard Bernstein; Zubin Mehta; Joseph Stransky Soloist: Kenneth Radnofsky, saxophone; Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz, soprano; Nancy Maultsby, Mary Ann McCormick, mezzo-sopranos; Luciano Pavarotti, tenor; Westminster Symphonic Choir Narrator: Maria Ewing Massenet: Scènes pittoresques from […]

Jan. 30 2012

Monday 01/30/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11pm Conductor: Zubin Mehta Bruckner: Symphony No 8 Mozart: Symphony No. 38 Prague

Jan. 23 2012

Monday 01/23/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11pm Conductor: Alan Gilbert Thomas Adès: Polaris (New York Premiere; NYP Co-Commission with Miami’s New World Symphony; Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Lisbon’s Gulbenkian Orchestra; London’s Barbican Centre; Los Angeles Philharmonic and San Francisco Symphony) Mahler: Symphony No 9

Jan. 13 2012

It Had a Not-So-Nice Ring to It

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By now, most of you have probably heard about the ringing cell phone that disrupted a recent New York Philharmonic performance of Mahler’s 9th Symphony to such an extent that Maestro Alan Gilbert stopped the show until the phone’s owner assured him that the offending device had, indeed, been silenced. The phone had apparently been […]

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