Thursday 22 February 2018:
From Thursday 22 February to Saturday 24 February 2018:
Lincoln Center, New YorkThis all-American celebration at the Philharmonic has a distinctly red-white-and blue vibe - big-hearted, vital, idealistic - and features some of the best-loved, best-known music by three iconic composers: Barber’s luminous Adagio, Bernstein’s brilliant Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, and Copland’s Third Symphony, with its stirring Fanfare for the Common Man. Uplifting and inspirational.
Friday 23 and Saturday 24 February 2018:
Lincoln Center, New YorkTrumpeter and composer Dave Douglas returns to The Appel Room with another one-of-a-kind program. In Dizzy Atmosphere , Douglas will use Gillespie repertoire as a starting point for improvisation and exploration. Joining him is a powerhouse group of improvisers, featuring Ambrose Akinmusire, Gerald Clayton, Linda May Han Oh, Joey Baron, and Bill Frisell.
Sunday 25 February 2018:
Sun 25 Feb 2018, 20:00 - Lincoln Center, New YorkManhattan Concert Productions presents selections from Handel’s Messiah , performed by the Masterwork Festival Chorus and the New York City Chamber Orchestra, with guest conductor Tim Sharp.
The concert also features the National Festival Chorus performing an array of choral works under the direction of Amanda Quist and James Jordan, as well as performances by the Westminster Chapel Choir and
Sun 25 Feb 2018, 22:00 - Lincoln Center, New YorkIn an immense celebration befitting the centennial of Philharmonic Laureate Conductor Leonard Bernstein and his affinity for the music of former Philharmonic Music Director Gustav Mahler, the Philharmonic presents a 13-hour expedition through Bernstein’s recordings of Mahler’s complete symphonies. Bernstein’s marked scores from the New York Philharmonic Leon Levy Digital Archives will be projected
Monday 26 February 2018:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 18:30 - Lincoln Center, New YorkGoodman was in the right time and the right place to bring white America into the world of swing in the mid-1930’s. The music that Louis Armstrong, Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington had been there all along, but it took a Goodman to initiate what became known as The Swing Era.
Tuesday 27 February 2018:
Tue 27 Feb 2018, 18:30 - Lincoln Center, New YorkJazz may have been born in New Orleans, but it quickly moves into cities around the nation and takes root. In its earliest days, one of the most crucial cities for Jazz’s development was Chicago, as masters like King Oliver and Louis Armstrong set up shop in the Windy City and set the world alight with their music.
Wednesday 28 February 2018:
Wed 28 Feb 2018, 18:30 - Lincoln Center, New YorkJoin distinguished composer and radio personality Bruce Adolphe for investigations and insights into masterworks performed during the Alice Tully Hall season. Inside Chamber Music lectures are beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance. Each lecture is supported by excerpts from the featured piece, performed live by CMS artists. Click here f
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