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Jaap van Zweden Conducts Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony

Jun 06 - Jun 08

In his final subscription concerts as Music Director, Jaap van Zweden conducts Mahler’s colossal — and profound — Second Symphony. With the forces of a vast orchestra and chorus, two vocal soloists, and offstage brass and percussion, Mahler valiantly explores themes of death and resurrection, tragedy and triumph.

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Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall



1 Hour 30 Minutes
No Intermission

Program to Include


Symphony No. 2, Resurrection



Jaap van Zweden Conductor

Jaap van Zweden began his tenure as the 26th Music Director of the New York Philharmonic in September 2018. He has also served as Music Director of the Hong Kong Philharmonic since 2012, and became Music Director of the Seoul Philharmonic in 2024. He will become Music Director of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France in September 2026, after serving as its Music Director Designate in the 2025–26 season. He has conducted orchestras on three continents, appearing as guest with, in Europe, the Orchestre de Paris, Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, and London Symphony Orchestra, and, in the United States, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and other distinguished ensembles.

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Hanna-Elisabeth Müller Soprano
Ekaterina Gubanova Mezzo-Soprano

Mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Gubanova studied at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, and was a Royal Opera Young Artist from 2002 to 2004. Her international career took off in 2005 with her success as Brangäne in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde at Opéra National de Paris. Since then she has sung the German and Italian repertoire worldwide with renowned conductors including Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Barenboim, Kirill Petrenko, Philippe Jordan, Semyon Bychkov, and Esa-Pekka Salonen, to name a few. In 2021 and 2022 she had a great success as Venus in Wagner’s Tannhäuser at the Bayreuth Festival. In 2023 This season she returns to The Metropolitan Opera as Adalgisa in Bellini’s Norma, makes her role debut as Kundry in Wagner’s Parsifal at Vienna Staatsoper, and returns to the Bayreuth Festival as Venus in Tannhäuser. Ekaterina Gubanova is also sought-after for concert appearances, and makes her New York Philharmonic debut in Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, Resurrection, in June 2024, led by Music Director Jaap van Zweden. 

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New York Philharmonic Chorus | Malcolm J. Merriweather, Director Chorus

The New York Philharmonic Cho­rus is an ensemble of New York–based, profes­sional vocalists that was established to mark the Orchestra’s return to the transformed David Geffen Hall in the 2022–23 season. The Chorus made its debut in the hall’s two Inaugural Galas, both conducted by Music Director Jaap van Zweden, in which it sang selections by Bernstein and Handel as well as Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and the World Premiere of Angélica Negrón’s You Are the Prelude, which the NY Phil commissioned for the occasion. The Chorus returned later in the season for Adolphus Hailstork’s Done Made My Vow, A Ceremony and the New York Premiere of John Luther Adams’s Become Desert. In the 2023–24 season Malcolm J. Merriweather again directs the New York Philharmonic Chorus, preparing the ensemble for Holst’s The Planets, in November; Émigré — composed by Aaron Zigman and lyrics by Mark Campbell and Brock Walsh — in February–March; and van Zweden’s season-concluding performances of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, Resurrection. Grammy-nominated conductor and baritone Malcolm J. Merriweather — who has prepared the New York Philharmonic Chorus for appearances with the Orchestra since the choir was founded — is music director of The Dessoff Choirs. He also serves as an associate professor at Brooklyn College and on the faculty at Manhattan School of Music. He has conducted ensembles in venues that include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Madison Square Garden in New York City, as well as Westminster Abbey and at the Vatican before Pope Francis. His repertoire ranges from J.S. Bach to the world premiere recording of Margaret Bonds’s The Ballad of the Brown King (AVIE Records). As a baritone, Merriweather studied with Rita Shane, has appeared as soloist throughout the United States, and has premiered dozens of contemporary solo works. He was a fellowship recipient at Tanglewood and has earned degrees from Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, and Syracuse University.

Learn more about New York Philharmonic Chorus | Malcolm J. Merriweather, Director


These concerts are made possible with support from the Helen Huntington Hull Fund.