Young People’s Concert: Hope and Healing

Young People’s Concert: Hope and Healing

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 Healing is provided by Evalyn E. and Stephen E. Milman.

Support for Young People’s Concerts is provided by The Theodore H. Barth Foundation, The Brodsky Family Foundation, and Sally E. Cummins.

The performance of Starburst by Jessie Montgomery is supported by The Victor Herbert Foundation.

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Young People’s Concert: Hope and Healing
  • The Art of Listening

    Good listening makes us effective communicators who consider different perspectives before we respond. Hear music by Vivaldi, Bartók, and Very Young Composer Ilana Rahim-Braden.

    VIVALDI (1678–1741) / Arr. J. Sorrell
    Trio Sonata in D minor, RV 63, La folia (Madness) (1705)

    Ilana RAHIM-BRADEN (b....

  • Where We Find Hope

    In times of profound change and challenges, how do composers and other artists deliver messages of hope, and what do they inspire in you? Hear music by Florence Price, Roberto Sierra, William Grant Still, and Jessie Montgomery.

    PRICE (1887–1953)
    Hold Fast to Dreams (1945)

    Roberto SIERRA (b. 195...

  • Mind, Body, Spirit, Music

    Music frees our minds, energizes and relaxes our bodies, and lifts our spirits during hard times. What kind of music comforts you? Hear works by J.S. Bach and Mary Lou Williams.

    J.S. BACH (1685–1750)
    Allegro and Adagio, from Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 (1721)

    M.L. WILLIAMS (1910–81)
    Virgo and ...