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Simone Young Conducts Schumann and Bruckner 

May 01 - May 03
Steven Isserlis — praised by The Strad for the “mastery and sheer joy” of his playing — joins the NY Phil for Robert Schumann’s Cello Concerto. On the podium is Simone Young, one of today’s top interpreters of Bruckner symphonies, leading  the monumental Sixth. The concert opens with Schoenberg’s Notturno for strings and harp, a lush, youthful work in the late-Romantic style. 

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Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall





R. Schumann

Cello Concerto


Symphony No. 6


Simone Young Conductor

Simone Young is considered one of the most important conductors of our time. After completing her musical studies in her native Sydney, she launched her international career on the podium in Germany. Young has served as chief conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra since 2022. Her previous positions have included principal guest conductor of the Orchestre Chambre de Lausanne (2017–20), principal conductor of the Bergen Philharmonic (1998–2002), artistic director of Opera Australia (2001–03), principal guest conductor of Lisbon’s Gulbenkian Orchestra, artistic director of Hamburg Staatsoper, and chief music director of the Hamburg Philharmonic (2005–15).

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Steven Isserlis Cello

British cellist Steven Isserlis CBE enjoys a career as a soloist, chamber musician, author, educator, and broadcaster. Equally at home in music spanning Baroque to the present day, he performs with the world’s greatest orchestras, including period ensembles, and has given many world premieres, including John Tavener’s The Protecting Veil, Thomas Adès’s Lieux retrouvés, four works for solo cello by György Kurtág, and pieces by Heinz Holliger, Jörg Widmann, Olli Mustonen, and many others.

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