Among the many exciting performances offered this spring, highlights include concerts featured as part of the last season of Spring For Music, the innovative annual festival presented in partnership with Carnegie Hall that features orchestras from across North America. Carnegie Hall hosts six consecutive evenings of imaginative Spring For Music programming this month, beginning with an appearance by the New York Philharmonic that kicks off the festivities before passing the baton to great ensembles from Seattle, Rochester, Winnipeg, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh.
Over its four seasons, Spring For Music’s concerts, as well as its far-reaching radio and digital broadcasts, have provided an engaging way to shine a concentrated spotlight on the high level of artistry of orchestras far and wide. Equally inspiring have been the audiences—thousands of enthusiastic music lovers from throughout the United States and Canada who have made the journey to New York City to support their musicians.
As the festival enters its final year, Carnegie Hall salutes the Spring For Music partners, thanking them for being part of the long tradition of great orchestral programming. It’s a tradition that continues to flourish with the array of great American and international ensembles that take to the Hall's stages each season.
List of all participating Spring For Music orchestras:
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