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New York Philharmonic at the Barbican – 31st March 2017


Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic find inspiration from two very different universes composers, Bartók and Mahler.

The New York Philharmonic opens its Barbican residency, with the raw emotion of Bartók with the gentle charms of Mahler’s symphony. Gilbert’s predecessors in New York have  included Boulez, Bernstein and Mahler himself.


Bartók Music for Strings, Percussion and Celeste

Mahler Symphony No 4


New York Philharmonic

Alan Gilbert conductor

Christina Landshamer mezzo-soprano

For more information , visit the Barbican website here

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