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VIDEO: Jessica Vosk Hosts New York Philharmonic at Bryant Park VideoVIDEO: Jessica Vosk Hosts New York Philharmonic at Bryant Park
by Alan Henry - Jun 10, 2021

Watch below the festive and varied kick-off of Bryant Park’s Picnic Performances treats New Yorkers to music by past masters — including the Classical era’s Mozart and Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges — and American sounds, including an uplifting piece by Philharmonic Very Young Composer Ilana Rahim-Braden. Lina González-Granados conducts in her Philharmonic debut.

VIDEO: Watch The NY Philharmonic Live From Bryant Park Tonight At 7 PM VideoVIDEO: Watch The NY Philharmonic Live From Bryant Park Tonight At 7 PM
by Alan Henry - Jun 7, 2021

Tune in tonight at 7 PM ET for the festive and varied kick-off of Bryant Park’s Picnic Performances treats New Yorkers to music by past masters — including the Classical era’s Mozart and Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges — and American sounds, including an uplifting piece by Philharmonic Very Young Composer Ilana Rahim-Braden. Lina González-Granados conducts in her Philharmonic debut.

VIDEO: First Look At Julia Wolfe's FIRE IN MY MOUTH Part of New York Stories: Thread VideoVIDEO: First Look At Julia Wolfe's FIRE IN MY MOUTH Part of New York Stories: Threads of Our City
by Stage Tube - Jan 23, 2019

Tomorrow night, Jaap van Zweden and the New York Philharmonic will premiere Pulitzer Prize-winning composerJulia Wolfe's Fire in my mouth, part of New York Stories: Threads of Our City, two weeks of concerts and events examining NYC's roots as a city of immigrants.

VIDEO: Preview FILAMENT at the NY Philharmonic VideoVIDEO: Preview FILAMENT at the NY Philharmonic
by Alan Henry - Sep 20, 2018

Ashley Fure composed Filament as a site-specific work for the opening of the Philharmonic's 2018-19 season, placing the musicians among the audience at David Geffen Hall. Listen to Fure talk about the composition below!

STAGE TUBE: ETHEL's Documerica Returns to BAM, 10/2
by Stage Tube - Sep 24, 2013

Acclaimed nationwide for eclectic programming and virtuoso performances, string quartet ETHEL returns to the BAM Next Wave Festival to premiere its largest and most ambitious undertaking to date,Documerica. Inspired by the Environmental Protection Agency's Project Documerica-a massive 'snapshot' of America showcased in an astonishing archive of images captured during the recession-plagued, tumultuous 1970s-this multimedia meditation interweaves over 3,000 vintage photographs with commissioned contemporary music for a landmark work.