Feb 14 – 16

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New York Philharmonic

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Pianist Stephen Hough returns to the New York Philharmonic for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3, two years after his “richly poetic and pensive” (The New York Times) performance of Beethoven’s final concerto. And Thomas Dausgaard conducts his acclaimed interpretation of Nielsen’s Helios Overture (his recording is nominated for a Grammy) and his “achingly beautiful” (Gramophone) rendition of Schumann’s Second Symphony.
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