Sept 21-22, 25

Trifonov, Beethoven, and The Rite of Spring

New York Philharmonic

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Jaap van Zweden conducts a program featuring Daniil Trifonov (“a brilliant, uncommonly poetic soloist” — TThe New York Times) in Beethoven’s majestic and powerful Emperor Concerto. Then The Rite of Spring roars to life with visceral rhythms and the raw energy of ancient Russian rituals as spring crackles through the frozen Russian earth. And you’ll witness the World Premiere of an adventurous new work by “arresting” (The New Yorker) and “moving” (The New York Times) composer Ashley Fure.



Ashley Fure - Filament (World Premiere - New York Philharmonic Commission)

Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, Emperor

Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring



Jaap van Zweden - Conductor

Daniil Trifonov - Piano

Rebekah Heller - Bassoon 

Nate Wooley - Trumpet

Brandon Lopez - Bass

Constellation Chor      

     Marisa Michelson, founder / director

César Alvarex - Staging and Dramaturgy

Brandon Clifford - Matter Design

Wes McGess - Matter Design

Johanna Lobdell - Matter Design 

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1 hour & 45 minutes with intermission


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Ashley Fure’s commission is made possible with generous support from the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.

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