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Performer: Jaap van Zweden

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New York CityBeethoven's Eroica

Shostakovich, Beethoven
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden

New York CityMozart and Corigliano

Brahms, Mozart, Corigliano
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; David Fray

New York Cityprisoner of the state

Lang: prisoner of the state
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Elkhanah Pulitzer; Julie Mathevet; Alan Oke; Jarrett Ott

VailVan Zweden's Return: Beethoven Eroica

Shostakovich, Beethoven
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden

VailHadelich Plays Britten

Britten, Rachmaninov
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Augustin Hadelich
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The three ages of Mozart

Jaap van Zweden and the Hong Kong Philharmonic © Ka Lam/HK Phil

Three Slices of Mozart: From Boy to Prankster to Master

***11
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Jazz, tragedy and a Julia Wolfe premiere

The world premiere of Julia Wolfe's Fire in my mouth © Steven Pisano

The New York Philharmonic premieres Julia Wolfe’s remembrance of the victims of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire and plays an elegy to LBJ and an Aaron Copland jazz concerto.

****1
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Strauss and Schubert songs contrasted with Matthias Goerne

Matthias Goerne, Jaap van Zweden and the New York Philharmonic © Chris Lee
Almost every June from 1989 to 1999, I visited the charming town of Feldkirch, in the Vorarlberg region of Western Austria, for the annual Schubertiade, originally founded in 1976 by the great German baritone Hermann Prey.
*****
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Rarely played Britten, forceful Shostakovich at the NY Phil

Jaap van Zweden © Steven Pisano
Lamsma is not a household name here in America but her deep sense of commitment may well make her one.
****1
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Apocalypse not yet: Jaap van Zweden and the NY Phil

Jaap van Zweden © Hans van der Woerd
Jaap van Zweden led his new orchestra in a provocative premiere by the multi-talented Conrad Tao followed by a surprisingly bland Bruckner 8.
***11
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