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27 July 2012

Mostly Mozart, Free Preview

Mostly Mozart FestivalWhile the Philharmonic is away from home, Avery Fisher Hall plays host to the Mostly Mozart Festival. Louis Langrée and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra kick off events with a free preview concert tomorrow (Saturday, July 28), including Mozart’s Symphony No. 38, Prague, and Schubert’s Symphony No. 4. Here’s the info.

27 July 2012

lincolncenter:

The New York Times calls “Tangle” something that looks “as if it were created by Spiderman after a hefty dose of hallucinogens.” Yesterday, children got their first shot at creating a messy elastic playground on the plazas of Lincoln Center. “Tangle” will continue to grow through this Sunday, the 29th, on Josie Robertson Plaza. Here, a member of Polyglot Theatre Company shapes the playground between performances.
Read the New York Times rave about Polyglot Theatre’s “Tangle” here. To participate, visit www.lcoutofdoors.org for a schedule.

Just outside our Avery Fisher Hall front door.

lincolncenter:

The New York Times calls “Tangle” something that looks “as if it were created by Spiderman after a hefty dose of hallucinogens.” Yesterday, children got their first shot at creating a messy elastic playground on the plazas of Lincoln Center. “Tangle” will continue to grow through this Sunday, the 29th, on Josie Robertson Plaza. Here, a member of Polyglot Theatre Company shapes the playground between performances.

Read the New York Times rave about Polyglot Theatre’s “Tangle” here. To participate, visit www.lcoutofdoors.org for a schedule.

Just outside our Avery Fisher Hall front door.

29 June 2012

broadwayandbird:

Josie Robertson Plaza
Revson Fountain outside of Avery Fisher Hall, a great place to cool off in the heat wave. Gelato stand to the right.

broadwayandbird:

Josie Robertson Plaza

Revson Fountain outside of Avery Fisher Hall, a great place to cool off in the heat wave. Gelato stand to the right.

7 June 2012

noellesusanne:

#lincolncenter #theatre #ballet #philharmonic #music #julliard (Taken with Instagram at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts)

Beautiful day in the neighborhood

noellesusanne:

#lincolncenter #theatre #ballet #philharmonic #music #julliard (Taken with Instagram at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts)

Beautiful day in the neighborhood

5 June 2012

littlegeckobigworld:

Fantastic. #lincolncenter #nyc #nyphil (Taken with instagram)

 

littlegeckobigworld:

Fantastic. #lincolncenter #nyc #nyphil (Taken with instagram)


 

1 June 2012

lincolncenter:

Big shout-out to the Brooklyn Law School students, who had their graduation ceremony in Avery Fisher Hall this morning - congratulations, everyone!
 

As we were saying…

lincolncenter:

Big shout-out to the Brooklyn Law School students, who had their graduation ceremony in Avery Fisher Hall this morning - congratulations, everyone!

 

As we were saying…

1 June 2012

fantasmiq:

It’s that time of year again…..

Ah yes, we’ve been hearing a lot of this as the Philharmonic’s home, Avery Fisher Hall, has been the site of numerous commencement ceremonies. Congrats to all the grads!

fantasmiq:

It’s that time of year again…..


Ah yes, we’ve been hearing a lot of this as the Philharmonic’s home, Avery Fisher Hall, has been the site of numerous commencement ceremonies. Congrats to all the grads!

(Source: littlegracenote, via musicalmelody)

24 April 2012

Where in the world is Alan Gilbert?
Back home at Avery Fisher Hall leading rehearsals with the New York Philharmonic for the first time since February. This morning he led the Orchestra in Marc Neikrug’s Concerto for Orchestra, which will receive its World Premiere on Thursday evening.
We overheard some musicians telling Mr. Neikrug backstage how much they enjoy the work. Looking forward to opening night!

Where in the world is Alan Gilbert?

Back home at Avery Fisher Hall leading rehearsals with the New York Philharmonic for the first time since February. This morning he led the Orchestra in Marc Neikrug’s Concerto for Orchestra, which will receive its World Premiere on Thursday evening.

We overheard some musicians telling Mr. Neikrug backstage how much they enjoy the work. Looking forward to opening night!

16 February 2012

Sixteen Candles

Er, 112 candles, that is. Today our mascot — Jake the Philharmonic Dog — celebrates his 16th birthday. Jake has spent his entire life backstage at Avery Fisher Hall meeting and greeting the world-class musicians that grace its stage, and even served as inspiration for the children’s book Jake the Philharmonic Dog. Not bad for a “dog’s life.”

Join us in wishing Jake a very Happy Sweet Sixteen!

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