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The Yale-founded quartet plays Sibelius’s often-brooding “Voces Intimae” string quartet and more.
The American piano legend returns to David Geffen Hall with a robust collection of Brahms and Beethoven, including the towering “Hammerklavier” Sonata.
A three-part series of late Haydn and early Beethoven, two masters of the string quartet.
Gerald Barry’s comic opera makes its U.S. premiere
Gianandrea Noseda conducts “piano phenom” Yuja Wang (New Yorker) in Ravel’s G-major Concerto, plus Shostakovich’s beloved Fifth Symphony.
Conductor Gianandrea Noseda delves into the fear, piety, supplication, and hope of Verdi's earth-shattering Requiem.
The consistently dazzling violinist returns to Lincoln Center for a recital with “formidable” pianist Alessio Bax (New Yorker).
Experience the grand pageantry of a 16th-century Venetian coronation with instrumentalists, men’s choir, and music by Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli.
For this revelatory program, the versatile pianist draws on the shared musicality of works from the medieval to the modern.
The well-loved Austrian ensemble makes its 175th anniversary appearance in New York with a program worthy of the gods.
“Stylish and articulate” (New York Times) with “undoubted talent” (Los Angeles Times), pianist David Fung is a poetic performer whose consummate virtuosity and thoughtful musicality has garnered numerous awards and competition victories. At this Sunday morning recital, he spins a musical tale that spans the centuries, from a collection of Scarlatti sonatas to a world premiere piece written for him by rising Bay Area composer Samuel Carl Adams.
Sparkling soprano Diana Damrau joins virtuoso harpist Xavier de Maistre in a celestial recital featuring music by Debussy, Strauss, and more.
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