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+
  • 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...

  • Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man

    Instantly recognizable, Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man was created to support the World War II effort — he later explained “It was the common man, after all, who was doing all the dirty work in the war and the army” — but its clarion messages of fortitude and hope still speak to us today.


  • Rossini’s Stabat Mater

    Thomas Schippers, acclaimed for his work in opera, is joined by legendary vocalists in this 1965 New York Philharmonic performance of Rossini’s Stabat Mater, a Rococo revisiting of a timeless text. Alec Baldwin is your host.

    ROSSINI (1792–1868)
    Stabat Mater (1831–41) 
    1. Introduction: Stabat ...

  • An All-American Program featuring Aaron Diehl

    Jazz master Aaron Diehl is the soloist in Still’s lovely gift to his wife and Williams’s astrological portraits of her friends. Tito Muñoz conducts this newly recorded all-American concert that also presents Copland’s moody cityscape and evocation of rustic joy, and Ives’s search for the unknowab...

  • 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...