New York Philharmonic

Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Kerry Frumkin

This year's 52 weekly two-hour broadcasts will be taken from virtually the Orchestra's entire 2011-2012 subscription season, and will be interspersed with programs taken from the Philharmonic's international tours, their Summertime Classics Series, their residency at Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival in Colorado, as well as their extensive library of commercial and archival recordings. This gives music lovers the opportunity to hear this magnificent and highly successful orchestra each week.    

Music director Alan Gilbert, one of the youngest music directors in the Orchestra's history and the only native

Feb 24:  

  • BRAHMS:  Symphony No. 3;  Symphony No. 4

Mar 3:  

  • BRAHMS:   Piano Concerto No. 2        
  • TCHAIKOVSKY:   Symphony No. 6, Pathétique

Mar 10:  

A Tribute to Lorin Maazel, conductor & violin

This retrospective remembers the Philharmonic’s former Music Director, who would have turned 85 on March 6, 2015 and includes interview material with Mr. Maazel and his widow, Dietlinde Turban.

  • BERG:    Violin Concerto
  • BEETHOVEN:   Symphony No. 5
  • MAAZEL:  The Giving Tree
  • RESPIGHI:  The Pines of Rome
  • MAHLER:  Adagio from Symphony No. 10
  • LUTOSLAWSI:   Chain No. 2

Mar 17:

  • ROUSE:   Phantasmata     
  • BLOCH:  Schelomo                   
  • BRAHMS:   Symphony No. 1  

Mar 24:

  • MOZART:  Piano Concerto No. 25 in C
  • BRUCKNER:  Symphony No. 3

Mar 31:

  • VERDI:  Messa da Requiem
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