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Composer: Glass, Philip (b. 1937)

February 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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New York CityLouisiana Philharmonic Orchestra

© Benjamin Ealovega
Revueltas, Glass
Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra; Carlos Miguel Prieto; Jim Atwood; Paul Yancich

New York CitySo Percussion with Jack Quartet

So Percussion with Jack Quartet
Glass, Dennehy, Trueman
Sō Percussion; Eric Cha-Beach; Josh Quillen; Adam Sliwinski

LondonCarducci Quartet: Americana '18

Carducci String Quartet

WashingtonNew York City Ballet: Robbins Centennial Program

Glass, Bernstein, Verdi
Peter Martins; Jerome Robbins; New York City Ballet; Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra

New York CityPacific Symphony

Pacific Symphony
Glass, Shankar
Pacific Symphony; Carl St Clair; Anoushka Shankar; Elissa Johnston; Christòpheren Nomura; Donovan Singletary
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A persistent meditative state: Satyagraha at ENO

Toby Spence (Gandhi), ENO chorus © Donald Cooper
Glass' meditation on Gandhi's principles of non-violent resistance is powerfully treated in Phelim McDermott's virtuosic 2007 staging.
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Joffrey on tour

The Joffrey Ballet performs Alexander Ekman's Joy © Cheryl Mann
Eclectic and contemporary, The Joffrey Ballet reimagines human and kinetic beauty.
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Unexpected promise: Bryce Dessner at the Elbphilharmonie

Aaron and Bryce Dessner © Claudia Höhne
Launching a new “Reflektor” series of short festivals, Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie invited Bryce Dessner to curate two days of concerts.
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Experiments in relativity by the RLPO

Vasily Petrenko © Mark McNulty
Symphonies by Glass and Rachmaninov played by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra show how time doesn't always flow at the same rate.
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Polished Glass: a return to form with the Eleventh Symphony

Vasily Petrenko © Mark McNulty
Philip Glass' 80th birthday is celebrated in style by Vasily Petrenko and The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic in the UK première of his Eleventh Symphony, alongside vibrant performances of Dvořák and Scriabin.
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