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Salle: Lincoln Center, New York City

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Adresse165 W. 65th Street
New York City
NY 10023
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ContainsLincoln Center, Rose Building: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Alice Tully Hall
Clark Studio Theater
David Geffen Hall
David H Koch Theater
Fordham University, 12th Floor Lounge
Metropolitan Opera House
New York State Theater
Stanley H Kaplan Penthouse
Walter Reade Theater
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New York CityJaap Van Zweden conducts: Mahler's Symphony No. 9

Mahler: Symphonie no. 9 en ré majeur
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden

New York CityJaap van Zweden conducts: Tchaikovsky with Joshua Bell

Tchaïkovski, Chostakovitch
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Joshua Bell

New York CityPaavo Järvi conducts: Prokofiev and Beethoven with Leonidas Kavakos

Beethoven, Prokofiev
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Paavo Järvi; Leonidas Kavakos

New York CityYoung People's Concert: Overtures and Preludes

New York CitySemyon Bychkov conducts: Dutilleux, and Víkingur Ólafsson makes his debut

Dutilleux, Strauss R., Rachmaninov
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Víkingur Ólafsson

New York CitySaturday Matinee Concert

Stravinsky, Rachmaninov
Semyon Bychkov; Musicians from the New York Philharmonic

New York CityJaap van Zweden conducts: Schoenberg and Mozart

Schönberg, Mozart
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Ying Fang; Tamara Mumford; Joel Prieto; Tareq Nazmi

New York CityJaap van Zweden conducts: Wagner, Brahms and Berg with Renaud Capuçon

Wagner, Berg, Brahms
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Renaud Capuçon
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

NYCB tries pandemic choreography

Taylor Stanley in Justin Peck’s Thank You, New York © Jody Lee Lipes
New York City Ballet ends its Fall Digital Season with a festival of new choreography, including works by Justin Peck and Pam Tanowitz. 

Louis Langrée makes his New York Philharmonic debut

Louis Langrée © A. J. Waltz

Three of the pieces that Louis Langrée conducted in his New York Philharmonic debut concerts were similarly atmospheric and impressionistic, stealing each other’s thunder. Happily, the Scriabin was cathartic.

François Girard's new Fliegende Holländer disappoints at The Met

Evgeny Nikitin (Holländer) © Ken Howard | Met Opera
François Girard’s production presents the moody, stormy atmosphere of Norwegian seascapes with stunning visuals, but offers few fresh ideas on the doomed love between the Dutchman and Senta.

Welser-Möst leads the New York Philharmonic in Widmann and Strauss

Franz Welser-Möst conducts the New York Philharmonic © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack
In his first New York Philharmonic engagement since 2000, Franz Welser-Möst pairs Jörg Widmann's Babylon Suite with Strauss' Sinfonia domestica

Iván Fischer focuses on the big picture in Mahler 5 at Lincoln Center

Iván Fischer © Akos Stiller
The players of the Budapest Festival Orchestra once again proved themselves to be a remarkably cohesive ensemble.

Ellen Reid premiere and Renée Fleming steal the show from Bruckner 4

Renée Fleming © Andrew Eccles

Ellen Reid’s evocative new work and Renée Fleming’s set of songs from her album “Distant Light” were the highlights of a program that included an uninspiring Bruckner Fourth Symphony.

A musically ideal Così in The Met's revival

Luca Pisaroni (Guglielmo) and Serena Malfi (Dorabella) © Jonathan Tichler | Met Opera
Phelim McDermott’s Coney Island Così fan tutte returns to The Met, in sparkling vocal performances. 

Stunning Brahms from Janine Jansen eclipses NY Phil premiere

Janine Jansen and the New York Philharmonic © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack

Janine Jansen and the New York Philharmonic gave a transcendent, once-in-a-lifetime performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto. Tania Leòn’s new work and a Strauss suite paled in comparison.