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New York Philharmonic & Hilary HahnWorld premiere

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Carnegie Hall: Stern Auditorium/Perelman StageNew York City, New York, United States
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*commissioned by the New York Philharmonic

Applaud the New York Philharmonic in the concluding concert of its season at Carnegie Hall. The performance opens with a world premiere by Sarah Kirkland Snider, a “rising star on the American compositional scene” (The Wall Street Journal). Hilary Hahn joins the orchestra for Barber’s Violin Concerto, a work that enchants with its lyricism––its second-movement dialogue for oboe and violin is ravishing—and breathlessly virtuosic finale. Mahler’s music is one of this orchestra’s hallmarks; his First Symphony depicts evocative sounds of nature, with added dashes of klezmer and tender folk song before its thunderous ecstatic climax.

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