Instead, The Phil is performing virtually, on a FREE digital visit to the cities where the orchestra would have performed this month if things were normal.
Virtual Tour: Europe 2020 a ten-day digital concert tour to London, Cologne, Luxembourg, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Dresden.
Through May 21, The Phil is releasing new content, including photo tours highlighting these world-famous cities from visits over the last decade, including photos taken by the musicians themselves.
The Phil has cancelled its summer schedule, including the popular FREE Concerts in NYC parks.
Virtual Tour: Europe 2020 schedule includes performances with these renowned soloists:
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, this week on Thursday, May 14
Violinist Joshua Bell on Thursday, May 21
Artist-in-Residence Daniil Trifonov on Thursday, May 18
Two radio broadcasts from past tour performances, the first of which is available here
A Love Letter to Amsterdam — where the Orchestra would have made history at the 100-year-old Mahler Festival — illuminating the Philharmonic’s century-old friendship with Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
A New York Philharmonic Archives online exhibit, in partnership with Google Arts & Culture, telling the little-known stories of the Orchestra’s historic tours to these cities
A Learning @ Home guide to new music in Amsterdam
A baking how-to video, in which Philharmonic violinist Anna Rabinova prepares the strudel she served to her colleagues on a past visit to Berlin.
So Welcome, willkommen, wëllkomm, welkom to these virtual international events with the NY Philharmonic.