The New York Philharmonic

Founded in 1842 by a group of local musicians led by American-born Ureli Corelli Hill, the New York Philharmonic is by far the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States, and one of the oldest in the world. The New York Philharmonic, a longtime media pioneer, began radio broadcasts in 1922, and is currently represented by The New York Philharmonic This Week — syndicated nationally 52 weeks per year.

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Sundays at 3pm on Classical 91.5

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In America's birthday month the New York Philharmonic shares loads of American music - from Bernstein and Gershwin to Copland, Tovey and Sousa.  There's lots to love this month with the New York Phil.

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In the midst of an exciting new program, the New York Philharmonic performs two concertos for violin and oboe by Bach and Escaich on June 21st, featuring violinist, Lisa Batiashvili and her husband, Francoix Leleux on oboe. 

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Born in Vienna in 1871, Alexander Zemlinsky had a friend and supporter in Johannes Brahms.  Hear Zemlinsky's large-scale symphonic poem Die Seejungfrau (The Mermaid) on the May 10th (Mother's Day) broadcast.

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Hear Bach's magnificant B Minor Mass played on Easter Sunday by the New York Philharmonic!

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The New York Philharmonic performs a large variety of muisc this month ranging from Mozart to living composer Christopher Rouse. The month will end with a performance of Verdi's massive Messa de Requiem.