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16 August 2012

So I just checked NY Phil’s 2012-2013 season

alittleurbanmusician:

I want to go to every single concert. I hope there are student tickets to every single concert.

I wonder if there’s a student subscription. That’d be fantastic.


Hope you can join us as often as possible. Student Rush tickets are available for select concerts, check here for info. And here’s more on subscriptions at different levels. Like us on Facebook for other deals throughout the season.

4 April 2012

Flash Forward
“I’ll never forget the experience with Ives’s Fourth Symphony at the New York Philharmonic [in May 2004, captured in this photo]. It was my first pass through the piece and I had spent a lot of time studying it and trying to figure out what Ives really meant. The work never fails to make a huge impression on the audience. Ives is a composer who really influenced the generations of American composers that followed him.”
That’s what Alan Gilbert said about his April 17–20, 2013, performances that will feature this iconic work as well as others by two of those Americans who followed him: Christopher Rouse, the 2012–13 season Marie-Josée Kravis Composer-in-Residence, who is writing a piece to be premiered on those concerts, and Bernstein’s Serenade for Violin and Orchestra (which will feature Joshua Bell). The Music Director concluded: “It’s a program that can make us all proud of what has happened in composition in America over the last 100 years.”

Flash Forward

“I’ll never forget the experience with Ives’s Fourth Symphony at the New York Philharmonic [in May 2004, captured in this photo]. It was my first pass through the piece and I had spent a lot of time studying it and trying to figure out what Ives really meant. The work never fails to make a huge impression on the audience. Ives is a composer who really influenced the generations of American composers that followed him.”

That’s what Alan Gilbert said about his April 17–20, 2013, performances that will feature this iconic work as well as others by two of those Americans who followed him: Christopher Rouse, the 2012–13 season Marie-Josée Kravis Composer-in-Residence, who is writing a piece to be premiered on those concerts, and Bernstein’s Serenade for Violin and Orchestra (which will feature Joshua Bell). The Music Director concluded: “It’s a program that can make us all proud of what has happened in composition in America over the last 100 years.”

24 February 2012

Next Season’s Buzz

On Wednesday, we announced our 201213 season and it set Twitter a-buzz with chatter about next season’s highlights. Check out what our followers had to say about what’s coming down the pike:

24 February 2012

Good News!

Get up-to-date on what’s happening next season with this video of the Philharmonic’s 2012–13 Season Announcement, featuring Alan Gilbert, Christopher Rouse, Emanuel Ax (via Skype)  and others  filmed live at The Greene Space.

24 February 2012

"His music is gripping and speaks to people in an incredible way."

Alan Gilbert on the music of Christopher Rouse, the Philharmonic’s newly-appointed 2012–13 Season Composer-in-Residence. Frank J. Oteri spoke with Music Director and composer at yesterday’s 2012–13 Season Announcement at The Greene Space.

23 February 2012

The Philharmonic Talk of the Town

From Christopher Rouse, Emanuel Ax, Renée Fleming, and Gerald Finley to Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, concertos by Carl Neilsen, a Bach festival, and a theatrical rendering of Stravinsky's Petrushka with Doug Fitch, the details of the Philharmonic’s 2012–13 Season have been announced. Here’s what this town — and beyond — are saying:

Philharmonic Announces Its Next Season — Daniel J. Wakin, The New York Times

Rouse Named Next N.Y. Philharmonic Composer-in-Residence — Jennifer Maloney, The Wall Street Journal

New York Philharmonic Announces Artists-in-Residence — Associated Press

Busy season for New York Philharmonic — Ronni Reich, The Star-Ledger

N.Y. Philharmonic Announces Details Of 2012-2013 Season NY1

New York Philharmonic Announces New Season’s Schedule — Kim Nowacki, WQXR.org

N.Y. Philharmonic rides “Carousel” — Gordon Cox, Variety

Renee Fleming, Gerald Finley, Rob Fisher Set for New York Philharmonic Season — Brian Scott Lipton, TheaterMania


22 February 2012

A good fortissimo does tend to make the ears perk up a bit.

— Composer Christopher Rouse, the Philharmonic’s 2012–13 Season Marie-Josée Kravis Composer-in-Residence. In the first of his two-year tenure, the Pulitzer Prize– and Grammy Award–winning composer will be represented by three works — including his Phantasmata and Seeing — and will serve in a supervisory role for Contact!, the Philharmonic’s new-music series.

22 February 2012

We can’t contain all of our ideas in one event.

— Music Director Alan Gilbert speaking at the Philharmonic’s 201213 Season Announcement at The Greene Space.

22 February 2012

Any performance with the Philharmonic is a privilege and this will be special.

— Pianist Emanuel Ax, who is the Philharmonic’s 201213 Season Mary and James G. Wallach Artist-in-Residence.

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