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Philharmonic To Release Recordings on Google Play Music

Posted June 19, 2015

Classical Live Google Play NY Philharmonic

We’re proud to be among the first five orchestras to partner with Google on Classical Live, Google Play Music’s new classical music platform featuring recent live performances from great orchestras around the world. Check out our first two Classical Live releases (available for download, or for streaming with a subscription to Google Play Music) — Verdi’s Requiem led by Music Director Alan Gilbert, and highlights from the inaugural NY PHIL BIENNIAL — and stay tuned for future releases.

The partnership with Google Play Music expands on the Philharmonic’s current digital recording series, launched in 2009 with 94 releases available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Rhapsody, and other major digital download and streaming services. We've also just released this season's series, Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic: 2014–15 Season, featuring seven additional recordings of live performances from the current season, including music by Composer-in-Residence Christopher Rouse, performances by Artist-in-Association Inon Barnatan and former Artist-in-Residence Emanuel Ax, and solo appearances by Philharmonic musicians.