Alan Gilbert Conducts the Juilliard Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
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Music Director of the New York Philharmonic and Director of Conducting and Orchestra Studies at Juilliard, Alan Gilbert leads the Juilliard Orchestra in their only Carnegie Hall performance of the season. The program features Bela Bartók's romantic first violin concerto, and Anton Bruckner's musical memorial of Wagner, his seventh symphony, which upon programming, Maestro Gilbert remarked, "Bruckner takes the symphonic form and luxuriates in it. He creates expanses of sound and deals with time in a very, very noble way. And for that to really work, the sound itself has to be passionate and colorful and committed from beginning to end".
Tickets $30 (parquet, 1st and 2nd tiers), $15 (dress circle and balcony) available 9/16 at the Carnegie Hall Box Office, by calling CarnegieCharge (212) 247-7800, or online/ Patron/Senior/Student half-price tickets available only at the Carnegie Hall Box Office Patron half-price tickets available online with discount code
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