Update browser for a secure Made experience

It looks like you may be using a web browser version that we don't support. Make sure you're using the most recent version of your browser, or try using of these supported browsers, to get the full Made experience: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge.

{{ViewModel.Minutes}} minutes, {{ViewModel.Seconds}} seconds remaining to complete purchase. Why?

Oscar L. Tang



New York Philharmonic Co-Chairman Oscar L. Tang has supported institutions that promote excellence in education, arts, culture, athletics, and the advancement of social justice for four decades. Mr. Tang was part of the Lincoln Center–New York Philharmonic leadership team that led the historic renovation of David Geffen Hall, with the hall reopening in 2022, and with his wife, H.M. Agnes Hsu-Tang, made a landmark gift to endow the New York Phil’s Music and Artistic Director, to begin with the arrival of Gustavo Dudamel in 2026.

For almost 30 years Mr. Tang has served as a trustee of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he has endowed the new wing for modern and contemporary art. He serves on the boards of Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts and the USA Bobsled & Skeleton Foundation. In 1989 he co-founded the Committee of 100 with Yo-Yo Ma, I.M. Pei, and others to advance US-China relations and Chinese American inclusion.

In 1990 Mr. Tang was appointed by President George H.W. Bush to the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities; he later served on the New York State Council on the Arts from 2002 to 2004 at the appointment of Governor George Pataki. Mr. Tang was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2005.

A graduate of Phillips Academy Andover, Oscar Tang served on the Academy’s board of trustees from 1995 to 2012, and as board president from 2004 to 2012. Under his leadership Andover became the first American preparatory school to go “need blind.” He attended Yale University and Harvard Business School, and has founded centers of academic excellence at Andover, Princeton, Columbia, University of California–Berkeley, and Oxford. Most recently, in 2021 Mr. Tang and Agnes Hsu-Tang designated the Tang Academy for American Democracy at the New-York Historical Society.

Oscar Tang has been a private investor since 1993, when he retired from Reich & Tang, an asset management firm that he co-founded and served as president and CEO for 20 years.

Upcoming 2023-2024 Performances

No upcoming events
{{perf.Day}} {{perf.Date}} {{perf.Month}} {{perf.Year}}
{{perf.Time}} {{perf.Type}}

Program To Include