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Listen On Demand: Solo Works by Young American Composers at NY PHIL BIENNIAL

Posted June 13, 2014

Joseph Alessi NY PHIL BIENNIAL NY Philharmonic

If you missed one of the most hot-off-the-presses moments of the inaugural NY PHIL BIENNIAL — the evening of solo works by young American composers performed by Philharmonic musicians — you can catch it here for the next 30 days on Q2 Music’s audio stream.

Find out why the critics acclaimed the concert that “showed the brilliance and diversity of each composer, and the talents of featured Philharmonic players” (Superconductor).

(Photo by Chris Lee: Principal Trombone Joseph Alessi performs the World Premiere of Eric Nathan's As Above, So Below)