New on NYPhil+

New on NYPhil+

Explore our recently added programs, with the New York Philharmonic performing music by composers ranging from Classical masters to today’s most compelling creators.

New on NYPhil+
  • Bronfman Plays Shostakovich

    Music Director Jaap van Zweden conducts Walker’s Lyric for Strings, composed in memory of his grandmother, an escaped slave, and Mozart’s intimate yet epic Gran partita. The formidable Yefim Bronfman joins Principal Trumpet Christopher Martin in Shostakovich’s uncharacteristically optimistic conc...

  • NY Phil at The Cathedral: Annual Memorial Day Concert

    A journey from the somber to the sublime. Gemma New conducts Mahler’s ode to his wife, Mozart’s eloquent dirge, Schubert’s most beloved symphony, Jessie Montgomery’s vivid musical depiction of the Lower East Side of her youth, and Carlos Simon’s Beethoven-inspired paean to triumph over fate.


  • Young People’s Concert: Hope and Healing

    3 videos

    The orchestra offers us space to reflect, dream, listen to one another, and reconnect. Enjoy the New York Philharmonic, from your couch or classroom, in three newly recorded family programs designed to fill our bodies and souls with wellbeing.

    Lead support for Young People’s Concert: Hope and H...

  • Joshua Bell Plays Mozart

    Superstar Joshua Bell is the soloist in Mozart’s most popular violin concerto, nicknamed Turkish for its evocation of Janissary drums, featuring Bell’s own cadenza. Music Director Jaap van Zweden conducts this concert, which includes Gabrieli’s glorious music for brass and one of Tchaikovsky’s lu...