The New York Philharmonic has given its first public performance after of a historic hiatus of more than 13 months caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The New York Philharmonic has announced that it is canceling its entire concert season for the first time in its 178-year history
The New York Philharmonic on Tuesday announced the cancellation of its concerts through June. The orchestra’s chief executive called it “the single biggest crisis” in its 178-year history.
How do you join the New York Philharmonic? Through a blind audition. Judges don't see you; make decision based on your playing. Ensures fairness. Now, NYT critic calls for end of practice, creation of race-based selection system.
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