New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks 2023 plays exuberant Copland, Beethoven, Rossini, Strauss, and Rodriguez in Van Cortlandt Park, The Bronx; Central Park, Manhattan; Cunningham Park, Queens; Prospect Park Brooklyn, and an indoor program of string quartets at the St George Theatre in Staten Island; Tuesday-Sunday, June 13-28, 2023. FREE! Concerts In the Parks … [Read more...] about Start Your Summer at the New York Philharmonic Concerts In the Parks
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The New York Philharmonic opens the new David Geffen Hall with New York Brazilian composer Marcos Balter's sound and light composition "Oyá," about the Yoruba Orisha of Rebirth. This is mind-blowing and wonderful. We had to look twice to be sure that the New York Philharmonic was really playing a concert about our beloved Yoruba Orisha Oyá. New York Philharmonic … [Read more...] about New York Philharmonic “Oyá” Reopens David Geffen Hall with Brazilian Composer Marcos Balter’s Work on the Yoruba Orisha of Rebirth
Etienne Charles "San Juan Hill: A New York Story" is an immersive multimedia work with Jazz music, visuals, and first-person accounts about San Juan Hill, the Indigenous, Black and Latin neighborhood that was redeveloped into Lincoln Center. The New York Philharmonic is showing that it is more than a Classical orchestra. It can be inclusive and innovative. It can do things … [Read more...] about Etienne Charles “San Juan Hill: A New York Story” World Premiere is about the Indigenous, Black & Latin Neighborhood on which Lincoln Center was Built
Handel's Messiah is one of the most popular choral works in European music. It is a Christmas tradition in the United States and an Easter tradition elsewhere in the world. Handel was a German-British composer, but classical music has Italian roots and during the medieval period most music was church music in the Roman Catholic church. Christmas is the world's most popular … [Read more...] about The New York Philharmonic’s Handel’s “Messiah” is a NYC Holiday Tradition
Concerts in the Parks by the New York Philharmonic are a June tradition in Central Park, Prospect Park, Van Cortlandt Park, Cunningham Park, and on Staten Island. Go 2-3 hours early because these concerts are very popular. There are opening acts. Concerts in the Parks 2017 Alan Gilbert conducts. These are some of his last performances as conductor of the New York … [Read more...] about Concerts in the Parks by the New York Philharmonic