• About the Music | Orchestras

  • On October 31, The Philadelphia Orchestra performs Mahler's “Resurrection” Symphony. “The ensemble, famous for its glowing strings and homogeneous richness, has never sounded better … The Philadelphia Orchestra seems to have found its ideal music director,” said The New York Times of Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

    This is the first of three Carnegie Hall appearances by Yannick Nézet-Séguin and The Philadelphia Orchestra this season, followed by performances on December 5 and May 14. The orchestra also returns with conductor Maurizio Benini on March 18.

  • 2014–2015 Season Highlights
    2014–2015 Opening Night
    The legendary Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, opens Carnegie Hall’s 2014–2015 season.
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    Before Bach
    Before Bach brings together pioneers of historically informed performance, a month-long focus on music written before 1685.
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  • 2014–2015 Perspectives
    Joyce DiDonato
    Joyce DiDonato’s Perspectives series presents her impeccable artistry, vibrant personality, and idealism that has made her an audience favorite.
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    Anne-Sophie Mutter
    Anne-Sophie Mutter's commitment to artistic excellence and dedication to the growth of classical music are core themes in her Perspectives series.
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