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For the past two nights, guests arriving at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall have found two harps and five extra music stands occupying part of the second balcony next to the stage. They sat unoccupied for the first part of the program on Wednesday
Music Review Nimbly Chasing That Winged Target New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall Tina Fineberg for The New York Times New York Philharmonic: The violinist Joshua Bell, left, and others played works by Christopher Rouse, Bernstein, Elgar and
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra July 2-Aug. 1: Free concert series July 2-28: Soiree Series July 5-13: The Philadelphia Orchestra July 8-Aug. 3: Chamber Music July 14: National Repertory Orchestra's free family concert July 14: 26th annual gala July 19-
Matthew VanBesien We're pedaling as fast as we can, the New York Philharmonic's still-newish executive director Matthew VanBesien told the Transom with a laugh, when asked how things had been going since he took over from Zarin Mehta last summer...
January 23, 2013 Canals don't run by Lincoln Center, and you would be hard-pressed to find a beach near Broadway, but the New York Philharmonic has notions to do for classical music what the Venice Biennale and Art Basel Miami Beach have done for art.
The BSO's first concert of 2013 featured one of its best guest conductors, but not one likely to be available for its music directorship. Alan Gilbert already leads a major orchestra the New York Philharmonic. But his Boston visits are always
One of the most adventurous concerts of 2012 was the Philharmonic 360 program, conducted by Alan Gilbert, at the Park Avenue Armory. Also notable: the Philadelphia Orchestra's emergence from backruptcy and James Levine's announcement that he would
The New York Philharmonic is extending the contract of Music Director Alan Gilbert through the 2016-17 season. "Alan Gilbert is an innovative and visionary leader for the New York Philharmonic," said the orchestra's chairman, Gary W. Parr, in an
October 24, 2012 The New York Philharmonic has extended the contract of its music director, Alan Gilbert, for three years, keeping him at the helm through at least the 2016-17 season, the orchestra said on Wednesday. Jennifer Taylor for The New York
Music Review Shifting Moods on a Vigorous Trip Embracing Nielsen and Tchaikovsky Jennifer Taylor for The New York Times New York Philharmonic: The violinist Nikolaj Znaider, left, performing Nielsen with Alan Gilbert on Wednesday night at Avery