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For over 250 years, Handel's "Messiah" has stood as one of the most beloved works in classical music history. Handel's 1741 masterpiece includes some of the most joyful and memorable music ever written, and is the most performed choral work in the English language. For this year's concert, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Manze, will be joined onstage by the Westminster Symphonic Choir and a selection of distinguished guest soloists, including mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford and soprano Joelle Harvey. Experience the true meaning of the season at this uplifting concert from the New York Philharmonic, which includes such favorites as "And the Glory of the Lord" and the "Hallelujah" chorus.
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Lisa Batiashvili brings fireworks to Prokofiev’s First Violin Concerto, and Met Opera star Gerald Finley headlines a concert performance of Dallapiccola’s gripping Il Prigioniero, the tragic story of a prisoner under torture and the meaning of freedom. About the Deal: Lincoln Center: Lisa Batiashvili Plays Prokofiev! Tickets up to 40% Off! (Save up to $40 per Ticket) - $59 for Prime Seats ($99 Value) - $39 for Other Sections ($47-$75 Value) Download your code and redeem online, over the phone, or in person! About the Program/Cast: - PROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 1 - DALLAPICCOLA Il Prigioniero - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Lisa Batiashvili, Violin Il Prigioniero cast to include: - Patricia Racette Soprano (the Mother) - Gerald Finley Bass-Baritone (the Prisoner) - Peter Hoare Tenor (The Jailor and Grand Inquisitor) - William Ferguson Tenor (First Priest) - Sidney Outlaw Baritone (Second Priest) - The Collegiate Chorale Chorus - James Bagwell Choral Director About the Performers / More About the Program: From June 6–11, Alan Gilbert will conduct violinist Lisa Batiashvili in two captivating works. Composed in 1917, the year of the Bolshevik revolution that toppled the Russian Czar, Prokofiev’s stirring Violin Concerto No. 1 inverts the traditional tempo structure of concerto movements so that the more moderate tempi bookend a lightning-quick core. Dallapiccola’s Il Prigioniero (The Prisoner) addresses the weighty issues of freedom and oppression. The one-act opera tells a heartbreaking story of a prisoner during the Spanish Inquisition who gains a taste of freedom, which proves tragically fleeting, through stirring orchestrations. Come prepared to be moved. - The New York Times has called Il Prigioniero “an intensely dramatic, musically arresting and grimly moving work.” - Of the audience’s reaction to a recent Brahms performance, The Classical Review reported that violinist Lisa Batiashvili “received a thunderous ovation, one of the longest and most enthusiastic accorded a downtown soloist in recent seasons.” - The cast of Dallapiccola’s one-act opera includes acclaimed bass-baritone Gerald Finley and soprano Patricia Racette, who, The Times has written, “sang with uncommon richness, expressivity and honesty.” About NY Philharmonic: A mainstay of the city’s cultural life since 1842, the New York Philharmonic has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of the world’s most superb orchestras. Season after season, its accomplished players delight music aficionados and first-time concertgoers alike with interpretations of symphonic standbys by Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler and Strauss, as well as world premieres by contemporary composers and special performances of musical-theater works. The orchestra has performed concerts throughout the world, including the U.S.S.R. and, in 2008, North Korea; its legendary music directors have included Arturo Toscanini, Leonard Bernstein, Zubin Mehta and, since 2009, Alan Gilbert. How to Redeem: 1) Click “BUY” and download the FREE code (written on your voucher) 2) Apply your code in one of the following three ways: i. Online ii. Over the Phone: (212) 875-5656 iii: In Person: Avery Fisher Hall Box Office. About the Fine Print: - Apply the same code multiple times, if needed. - Good for any of the three concert dates. - All sales are final: no refunds or exchanges. - $2.50 facility fee and $5.50 processing fee per ticket. - Program, artists, dates, and prices subject to change. - Internet tickets must be purchased at least 3 hours prior to concert time. - Offer applies only to the concerts included in this email/announcement. - Bring your tickets/confirmation (not voucher) to Avery Fisher Hall on the day of the performance. Do You Have Questions? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your calendar and pen handy, Mom, because on Saturday, December 8th you and the fam can enjoy top-notch holiday entertainment for a great price at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall.The Little Orchestra Society brings you Babes in Toyland, an updated production of Victor Herbert's extravaganza that features an array of beloved, colorful characters. Enjoy performances of March of the Toys, Toyland, and other favorite tunes with Guest Conductor, James Judd. Grab these discounted tickets while you can, and treat your family to a wonderfully delightful musical this winter!