Nov 7 – 10

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New York Philharmonic

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The Philharmonic plays Beethoven’s sun-infused Fourth Symphony, which Berlioz described as “an angel singing at the gates of Paradise.” Plus two works by Schubert: his youthful Fifth Symphony and a joyous, charming mini-cantata, featuring Principal Clarinet Anthony McGill and soprano Miah Persson, inhabiting the role of a young alpine shepherd yearning for spring and for his sweetheart across the mountains.
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