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    CARNEGIE HALL ANNOUNCES 2008–2009 SEASON

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    Clive Gillinson, Executive and Artistic Director, today announced Carnegie Hall’s 2008–2009 season featuring more than 200 performances by many of the world’s finest artists, presented on Carnegie Hall’s three stages and throughout New York City in collaborations with many of the city’s leading cultural institutions. Major highlights of Carnegie Hall’s new season include two complementary citywide festivals that celebrate the dynamic culture and distinctive history of American music—Bernstein: The Best of All Possible Worlds, commemorating the life of iconic American musician Leonard Bernstein, co-presented with the New York Philharmonic in fall 2008, and Honor! A Celebration of the African American Cultural Legacy, curated by Jessye Norman in spring 2009.

    “With two major festivals in 2008–2009, we build on our programming approach launched in 2007–2008. Working in partnership with many great New York City cultural institutions, we are offering audiences exciting journeys across a broad cultural spectrum, inspired and drawn together by compelling themes,” said Clive Gillinson, Executive and Artistic Director. “Following our current major international focus, our 2008–2009 season pays tribute to the remarkable contribution that the United States has made to world culture, with celebrations of Leonard Bernstein, the African American cultural legacy, and Elliott Carter’s 100th birthday, featuring concerts, special events, and major educational initiatives. Building on Carnegie Hall’s remarkable history, our goal is to ensure that our institution, through its programming, continues to play a central part in broadening the role and relevance of arts and culture in the lives of the people of this great city and beyond.”

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    TWO MAJOR FESTIVALS EXPLORE AMERICA’S RICH MUSICAL HERITAGE:
    Bernstein: The Best of All Possible Worlds Commemorating Leonard Bernstein—Fall 2008
    Honor! A Celebration of the African American Cultural Legacy Curated by Jessye Norman—Spring 2009

    CARNEGIE HALL PERSPECTIVES ENTERS 10TH SEASON:
    Acclaimed Conductor-Pianist Daniel Barenboim in 15-Event Series Culminating in a Complete Mahler Symphony Cycle Led by Barenboim and Pierre Boulez
    Tabla Virtuoso Zakir Hussain Showcased in Five EventsCollaborating with Wide Range of Artists,

    For more Highlights Overview

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    New York Headquarters
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    From their About WebPage [] The American Symphony Orchestra League provides leadership and service to American orchestras while communicating to the public the value and importance of orchestras and the music they perform.

    Founded in 1942 and chartered by Congress in 1962, the League serves nearly 1,000 member symphony, chamber, youth, and collegiate orchestras of all sizes. The League links a national network of thousands of musicians, conductors, managers, board members, volunteers, staff members, and business partners, providing a wealth of services, information, and educational opportunities to its members.

    Membership in the League is open to orchestras, individuals, students, other arts organizations and non-profits, businesses serving orchestras, volunteer associations, libraries, and career centers.

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    Avery Fisher Hall
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    From their About Us webpage: "The New York Philharmonic, the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States and the third oldest in the world, has been a pioneer in the commissioning of new music and in the dissemination of classical music through the use of media, from radio and disc to the Internet. "

    From blog   Night After Night is goog example of the effort which advid concerts have to their philharmonic organizations within their communities.

    Xian_zhang_2Xian Zhang, the New York Philharmonic's associate conductor, cuts a diminutive figure on the podium, but good lord, what amazingly powerful sounds she coaxed out of the orchestra on Saturday night! Practically everyone I know was at the Steve Reich All-Stars affair at Carnegie Hall -- apart from Bruce Hodges, who was seated across the aisle. But while the Reich program was undeniably attractive, I'd heard those pieces played live by those performers (except for newish Kronos Quartet cellist Jeffrey Zeigler) before. Reminded recently that I'd yet to hear a performance conducted by Zhang, I decided to push myself out of my comfort zone and attend the Philharmonic concert tonight.

    Prokfiev's Alexander Nevsky Cantata is a piece that I've long appreciated without ever really taking it to heart; I've enjoyed it when I've heard it, but I couldn't sing one of its tunes to you. What the New York Philharmonic played on Saturday night (as well as the preceding Thursday and Friday) was not the cantata but the complete film score, as painstakingly reconstructed by the gifted William Brohn, played in time with an immaculate print of Sergei Eisenstein's film. Prokofiev's original soundtrack was recorded by an undersized and none-too-distinguished studio ensemble; what Brohn did was to recreate the score, orchestrated along the more plush and dynamic lines of the later cantata.

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