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Performer: New York Philharmonic Orchestra

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New York CityThe Blue Danube

Dvořák, Martinů, Strauss II, Strauss
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Manfred Honeck; Frank Peter Zimmermann

New York CityHandel's Water Music

Handel, Rameau
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuelle Haïm

New York CityVan Zweden Conducts Shostakovich

Britten, Shostakovich
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Simone Lamsma

New York CityVan Zweden Conducts Mozart's Symphony No. 40

Bach, Schubert, Strauss R., Mozart
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Matthias Goerne

New York CityHandel's Messiah

Handel: Messiah
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jonathan Cohen; Lauren Snouffer; Anthony Roth Costanzo; Andrew Staples; Neal Davies
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Clarity is paramount in Gil Shaham's Prokofiev

Gil Shaham © Luke Ratray
Tugan Sokhiev's debut with the New York Philharmonic was not an unqualified success. 
***11
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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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Jaap van Zweden signals new rituals for the Philharmonic

Constellation Chor in Filament © Steven Pisano
Jaap van Zweden commenced his role as music director of the New York Philharmonic with a première by Ashley Fure, Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, and Ravel's Piano Concerto in G major featuring pianist Daniil Trifonov. 
****1
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New York Philharmonic start out routinely and end exceptionally

Semyon Bychkov © Chris Christodoulou
Semyon Bychkov lead the New York Philharmonic in an outstanding rendition of Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony.
****1
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Brisk Mozart and strong Bruckner from Eschenbach and the New York Phil

Christoph Eschenbach © Eric Brissaud
Eschenbach’s command of the orchestra shone most in the Adagio of Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony, where the climaxes brought out the full gravitas of the work.
***11
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