The NY Phil Story: Made in New York Podcast

  • Coming Home

    After almost three years of pop-up outdoor performances and playing in venues around the city, the NY Phil came home to a newly renovated David Geffen Hall in October of 2022. Part of... May 3, 2023

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    Coming Home
  • Beyond These Walls

    The story is a classic in the gilded halls of symphonic music: someone falls ill and a young performer must step in at the last moment. For Leonard Bernstein, that happened live on th... Apr 26, 2023

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    Beyond These Walls
  • From the New World

    Do we know when we’re living through history? In 1893, New Yorkers gathered outside Carnegie Hall to hear the ground-breaking premiere of composer Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, bet... Apr 19, 2023

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    From the New World
  • A Time to Mourn

    April 29th, 1865: Fifteen days after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, the Philharmonic paid tribute to the late president with the Funeral March from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3. ... Apr 12, 2023

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    A Time to Mourn
  • The Founding

    On December 7, 1842, a group of musicians gathered in the Apollo Rooms in Lower Manhattan and performed – for the first time – as the Philharmonic Society of New York. The first piece... Apr 5, 2023

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    The Founding