Fridays at 9:00 pm
From Lincoln Center, hear one of the country's most celebrated orchestras.
Join host Alec Baldwin for this series of New York Philharmonic performances from the stage of the David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center. With programs centered around Strauss, Bernstein, and Stravinsky, this series features select concerts from the current subscription series as well as NY Phil commercial recordings and performances from the orchestra's archives.
An American Celebration with Bramwell Tovey
Tovey conducts the Marine Drum and Bugle Corps in an evening of patriotic music and American songbook staples.
Gilbert Conducts Mozart
Mozart’s Symphonies 39-41, conducted by the former music director of the NY Phil.
Gilbert & Ax Perform Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Smith, and Van Cao
Performances from the orchestra’s tour of Asia.
Gilbert & Bronfman Perform Lindberg, Prokofiev, and Sibelius
Performances from the orchestra’s European tour.
Gergiev Conducts Stravinsky
The distinguished Russian conductor leads music by the influential Russian-born composer.
Alan Gilbert conducts the NY Phil and guest artist Håkan Hardenberger, trumpet, in music by Wagner, Gruber, and Mozart.
Alan Gilbert conducts Itzha Perlman and the NY Phil in music by Strauss, Mendelssohn Dutilleux, and Hindemith.