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  • Emanuel Ax Plays Mozart

    In our first concert recorded exclusively for NYPhil+ Emanuel Ax masters the technical challenges of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 9 with the most delicate touch. David Robertson also conducts Elgar, Richard Strauss, and Jessie Montgomery’s multicultural rhapsody on the theme of The Star-Spangled B...

  • Gilbert Conducts Brahms’s Third Symphony

    This symphony’s premiere was such a success that Brahms feared not being able to live up to it in the future. No wonder: beginning with fiery focus, passing through dark and mysterious harmonic explorations, and concluding in transcendence and serenity, this work continues to inspire and delight....

  • Mahler’s Seventh in A Concert for Unity

    This program reflects music’s ability to speak to harmony, unity, and shared humanity. Philharmonic musicians are joined by colleagues from around the world for Mahler’s epic Seventh Symphony, an evocation of the Romantic tradition through exquisite nocturnal nature-music.

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  • Jaap van Zweden and Yuja Wang

    Jaap van Zweden’s New York Philharmonic debut, in 2012, shows the instant chemistry between maestro and orchestra. Relive that “first date” featuring Mahler’s lushly orchestrated First Symphony and Prokofiev’s passionate Piano Concerto No. 3, with Yuja Wang in the ultra-virtuosic solo role.

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