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  1. This weekend Jaap van Zweden and the New York Philharmonic gave the inaugural concerts of the McKnight Center for the Performing Arts, featuring Tony Award winner / Oklahoma native Kelli O’Hara and Concertmaster Frank Huang. The concerts were a highlight of the residency at Oklahoma State University (OSU), in which the musicians engaged with OSU students and the Stillwater community. Go Pokes!

     

     

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  2. PHOTOS: 2019 Fall Gala

    Posted October 8, 2019

    The New York Philharmonic ushered in its 178th season and honored outgoing Chairman Oscar Schafer and his wife, Didi — the most generous donors in Philharmonic history — with a star-studded night of Beethoven and festivities. Pianist Lang Lang wowed the crowd with Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2, Music Director Jaap van Zweden led the Orchestra in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, and Gala guests attended the buzzing cocktail reception and celebratory dinner. Relive the elegant evening, from the red carpet graced by the likes of Alec and Hilaria Baldwin through the concert and dinner attended by Bradley Cooper.

     

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  3. The World Premiere in January of Julia Wolfe’s Fire in my mouth, a searingly vivid evocation of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, perfectly capped New York Stories: Threads of Our City, our exploration of New York’s roots as a city of immigrants.

    We are delighted to announce that the recording of this performance by the New York Philharmonic and Music Director Jaap van Zweden is available in digital format on Decca Gold. It will be available in physical formats on October 4.

    Fire in my mouth, which the Orchestra co-commissioned, also featured The Crossing, conducted by Donald Nally, and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, directed by Francisco J. Núñez. The New York Timescalled the work “ambitious, heartfelt, often compelling. … There is both heady optimism and a sense of dread in Ms. Wolfe’s music. … Mr. van Zweden led a commanding account of a score that … ends with an elegiac final chorus in which the names of all 146 victims are tenderly sung to create a fabric of music and memory.” The performance earned the coveted spot in the highbrow / brilliant quadrant of New Yorkmagazine’s Approval Matrix.