The New York Philharmonic: A Concert for New York
About this event
In 2011, The New York Philharmonic, led by Music Director Alan Gilbert, presented “A Concert for New York” of remembrance and renewal for the tenth anniversary of 9/11. With Mahler’s Second Symphony, the orchestra sought to set a sign of hope, since this work is often referred to as the “Resurrection” Symphony. Featuring soprano Dorothea Röschmann, mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung and the New York Choral Artists, the free concert on September 10, 2011, in Avery Fisher Hall was projected live onto a large screen in the Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center.
Of filming this historic event, ACCENTUS’s executive producer Paul Smaczny explained: “We want to create a concert recording which fully respects the integrity of Mahler’s Second Symphony and at the same time allows to reflect the memories and emotions of the American people regarding this tragic moment in American history.”
This stream is available to watch until December 31, 2023.
Concert – approx. 100 min
This concert was recorded live in September 2011 at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY.
This event was recorded live at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY.
Available until Sun, Dec 31, 2023
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