NY Phil to play in the tombsmain
The surprise package in Andrew Ousley’s new concert season in the Green-Wood Cemetery is the participation of the city’s big band.
The season will open June 3-5 with Hymn to the City, an immersive performance event in partnership with the New York Philharmonic that celebrates New York’s singular spirit of resilience and renewal
Additional performances include Gil Shaham & The Knights performing their “Pocket Beethoven” Violin Concerto, pianist Min Kwon playing pieces from her kaleidoscopic America/Beautiful project, PUBLIQuartet’s acclaimed program Freedom and Faith, Simone Dinnerstein giving a multi-piano, Cemetery-wide performance of Richard Danielpour’s An American Mosaic, the Ulysses Quartet pairing Schubert’s Death and the Maiden with Osvaldo Golijov’s Tenebrae, and Cantori New York closing the season with a large-scale, outdoor, candlelit performance of the Fauré Requiem.
Full prog and tickets here.