1. Ellis Island


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    The United States Marine Drum & Bugle Corps and New York Philharmonic.

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    • There's Got to Be More


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      2014 Road Trip by New York Philharmonic musician Alan Baer. Photography and video by Alan Baer. Video editing by David Finlayson.

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      • Wynton Marsalis on the New York Philharmonic and Alan Gilbert


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        September 21, 2010 Wynton Marsalis discusses working with the New York Philharmonic and Alan Gilbert on his "Swing Symphony," which had its US premiere with the orchestra September 22, 2010.

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        • Wynton Marsalis on the different movements of Swing Symphony


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          September 21, 2010 Wynton Marsalis on his "Swing Symphony," which has its US premiere September 22, 2010, with the New York Philharmonic.

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          • A Dancer's Dream - Trailer


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            http://www.specticast.com/titles/a-dancer-s-dream The New York Philharmonic's program, A DANCER'S DREAM: TWO WORKS BY STRAVINSKY will be screened in cinemas worldwide by SpectiCast beginning September 2013. This one-of-a-kind cinema event features the complete production, behind-the-scenes footage, as well as a brief intermission feature on Stravinsky's history with the New York Philharmonic, with video and other never-before-seen material from the New York Philharmonic Digital Archives. The New York Post described the show as a ". . .dreamy spectacle that keeps you endlessly on your toes." The NY Times called the production an "inspiring example of how an American orchestra can take a creative leap and reinvent itself" and described of Ms. Mearns' performance ". . .phrases beamed out powerfully." Blending music with dance, live animation, pre-recorded video, puppetry, and circus arts, A DANCER'S DREAM blurs the lines between reality and imagination, audience and performer. The production turned Avery Fisher Hall into a dream world through costumes, sets, staging, and live filmmaking in which a real-time feed of musicians, puppets, and miniatures was projected above the orchestra. Using Stravinsky's THE FAIRY'S KISS and PETRUSHKA, the production chronicles the story of a young woman (Mearns) and her dream of becoming a dancer. Entranced by the music, she is "kissed" by the passion to become an artist and drawn into the performance, dancing to the complete score of THE FAIRY'S KISS. By the second act, she has completed her transformation into an artist, becoming Columbine in PETRUSHKA. A DANCER'S DREAM was conducted by Music Director Alan Gilbert and starring New York City Ballet principal dancer Sara Mearns in a production created by Giants Are Small. The show was recorded live in New York City at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall June 27 - 29, 2013.

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            • NY 4K


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              If you've got the computer power to view this, enjoy! :) See a stop motion sequence of New York, shot in 4K (UHDTV, 4x 1080p HD quality). This took some serious chugging and rendering! Director: Kulvir Lehal. mykully.com facebook.com/kulvir.lehal13 Music: "Land Of The Gay Caballero", by New York Philharmonic. Taken from the Manhattan album.

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              • New York Philharmonic Opening Night 2013-14 Season


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                Segment of New York Philharmonic performing Ravel's Bolero with scenes from Opening Night Gala Concert conducted by Alan Gilbert and soloist Yo-Yo Ma at Avery Fisher Hall, 9/25/13. CHRIS LEE VIDEO

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                • WQXR "Bach 360"


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                  For WQXR's Bach festival, the bold decision to put Bach, and only Bach, front and center required some bold creative as well. We created a contemporary, poppy identity for the festival, which ran on wall murals, digital posters, banner ads, TV, posters and T-shirts. Our cheeky "Gettin' wiggy with it" wall mural encouraged fans to embody the divine musician by standing beneath his signature hairpiece. The mural elicited smiles from passersby and a flurry of tagged snapshots on Instagram. More info at http://www.eyeballnyc.com/#/work/view_all/wqxr_campaigns

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                  • Raise the Red Lantern - Junqiao Tang


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                    Raise the Red Lantern is filled with Northern China country folk style, with beautiful melody and joyful rhythm. It vividly creates the celebration scene of local families raising the red lantern as the holidays approach. The melody of the middle part softly mimics the singing voice, expressing people’s pleasant wishes and wonderful expectations for the future. The piece ends in a passionate climax. . The Bamboo Flute The family of transverse flutes (di) — their sound produced by blowing across a hole, just as with western orchestral flutes — gave rise to the modern Chinese concert bamboo flute, the dizi, whose leading practitioners display an astonishing degree of virtuosity. The instrument’s sound is similar to that of western flutes, but a certain tonal edginess is added by a distinctive aspect of their construction: an extra hole that is covered by a membrane, fashioned from a layer of the bamboo plant, adding what is described as sweetness, brightness, or reediness. ************************ Composer: Zhou Chenglong Soloist: Junqiao Tang Orchestra: NYP Conductor: Long Yu

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                    • Carter Brey: The Bach Suites for Solo Cello


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                      Carter Brey, the Principal cellist of the New York Philharmonic, discusses his interpretation of the Bach Suites, which he'll be performing in New York at the end of March. He talks about the source itself -- the history of the score of the Suites, and the evolution of his concept from the traditional Romantic performance to one that incorporates historically informed performance practices. He includes demonstrations of specific passages using a cello in Baroque disposition, with a matching bow; and using both his modern and the Baroque cellos, he shows the difference in interpretation that each setup allows.

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