The average compensation for a music director at one of the 64 biggest American orchestras has topped $600,000. Why?
Jordan Millar and Camryn Cowan joined an after-school program to learn how to compose. Now tens of thousands have heard their work.
An underrated Strauss anniversary and a rising conductor’s take on Mozart were some of the highlights.
The New York Philharmonic, alone among the nation’s top orchestras in still requiring female players to perform in skirts or gowns, considers a change.
The only major U.S. orchestra that requires skirts makes an exception for its parks concerts, which on Wednesday featured two preteen composers.
Friday night’s concert, a rare instance of alcoholic drinks being allowed in David Geffen Hall, was an effort to create a must-see event.
James Gaffigan, a 38-year-old native New Yorker, will lead the orchestra’s beloved series of concerts in the city’s parks.
The New York Philharmonic travels to the boroughs, Kendrick Lamar headlines a hip-hop festival and Alvin Ailey returns to Lincoln Center.
Luciano Berio’s “Sinfonia,” written for the orchestra in the late 1960s, returned for a run of performances alongside a teeming work by Strauss.