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New York Philharmonic

One of the oldest and most active symphony orchestras in the world, the NY Phil was founded in 1842 and gave their 14,000th concert in 2004. They perform classical and modern compositions - with full orchestras and featuring tremendous soloists. Their programs appeal to the young, the old, the mildly interested and the stalwart musician. The NY Phil is one of the most outstanding cultural institutions in NY - and your time in town should include a visit. Maazel conducts Beethoven's 5th, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, Krzystof Penderecki Cello concert No2 - November 20, 21, 22.

10 Lincoln Center Plaza @ 65th Street & Broadway

(212) 721-6500

Last Modified: Tuesday Nov 18 2008

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