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CONTACT! at the Biennial: Solo Works By Young American Composers also features the New York Premiere of "Krank" by Oscar Bettison.

at the Biennial: Solo Works By Young American Composers also features the New York Premiere of "Krank" by Oscar Bettison.

Wrapping up our program of Solo Works by Young American Composers as part of our CONTACT! series and the first-ever New York Philharmonic Biennial is a solo cello World Premiere by Paola Prestini.

May The second NY PHIL BIENNIAL is here, with more composers and more cutting-edge music!

On May 30 and 31, we give the New York premiere of Steven Mackey's Dreamhouse as part of our first-ever Biennial.

On May 30 and we give the New York premiere of Steven Mackey's Dreamhouse as part of our first-ever Biennial.

Speaking of influences, Benjamin studied under Olivier Messiaen, who was said to have called the young composer his most favorite of pupils.

Speaking of influences, Benjamin studied under Olivier Messiaen, who was said to have called the young composer his most favorite of pupils.

Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös receives the New York Premiere of his violin concerto, DoReMi, June 5 & 7 as part of the New York Philharmonic's inaugural Biennial in 2014.

Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös receives the New York Premiere of his violin concerto, DoReMi, June 5 & 7 as part of the New York Philharmonic's inaugural Biennial in

Our second CONTACT! at the Biennial concert highlights solo works by young American composers, including Ryan Brown and the New York premiere of his "Four Pieces for Solo Piano."

Our second CONTACT! at the Biennial concert highlights solo works by young American composers, including Ryan Brown and the New York premiere of his "Four Pieces for Solo Piano.

One of the four New York Philharmonic commissions for the June 3, 2014 CONTACT! concert comes from Eric Nathan, with a solo work for trombone.

Composer-in-Residence Eric Nathan will premiere works at Chelsea Music Festival June 16 & 17

British composer George Benjamin and his new opera Written on Skin

In our second "Circles of Influence" concert of the Biennial, we focus on George Benjamin, offering in the process two New York Premieres of his works: "Upon Silence" and Octet

Representació de l'òpera "Written on Skin (Escrit sobre pell)", de George Benjamin. Gran Teatre del Liceu (Barcelona). 16 de març

George Benjamin, British composer who studied with Oliver Messiaen.

Pierre Boulez remembered as profound, genuine influence on Cleveland Orchestra (appreciation) | cleveland.com

Pierre Boulez remembered as profound, genuine influence on Cleveland Orchestra (appreciation)

On May 31 at we delve into the world of one of our former music directors with Circles of Influence: Pierre Boulez at the Rose Theater at Lincoln Center.

Rounding out the lineup for "Circles of Influence: George Benjamin" is the U.S. Premiere of Ryan Wigglesworth's "A First Book of Inventions." Catch it as part of the New York Philharmonic's first-ever Biennial in 2014.

Rounding out the lineup for "Circles of Influence: George Benjamin" is the U. Premiere of Ryan Wigglesworth's "A First Book of Inventions." Catch it as part of the New York Philharmonic's first-ever Biennial in

Anna Clyne's new work, This Lunar Beauty, will be premiered in our At Lunch Two programme (15, 19, 20 Jan - Norwich, Cambridge, London)

Anna Clyne's new work, This Lunar Beauty, will be premiered in our At Lunch Two programme 20 Jan - Norwich, Cambridge, London)

Christopher Rouse offers his own thoughts on composing prior to the New York Philharmonic's 2008 performance of "Rapture."

Christopher Rouse offers his own thoughts on composing prior to the New York Philharmonic's 2008 performance of "Rapture.

Hear Alan Gilbert discuss the work of Christopher Rouse.

New York Philharmonic Music Director Alan Gilbert talks about Mozart's Symphony No. 41 "Jupiter" before the performance on February & 16 and March

Matthias Pintscher also appears as conductor and composer on the New York Philharmonic's first-ever Biennial when he conducts the New York Premiere of his work, Reflections on Narcissus, June 6, 2014.

May The second NY PHIL BIENNIAL is here, with more composers and more cutting-edge music!

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