New York Philharmonic

The London Symphony Orchestra's vibrant young maestro Daniel Harding begins a two-week tenure at the helm of our hometown orchestra with one of his personal passions: Mahler's Tenth Symphony. Conceived in New York as Mahler was struggling with increasingly debilitating health issues, the symphony was never finished; often orchestras perform only the work's sweeping, opening Adagio. Harding, however, opts for composer and Mahler scholar Deryck Cooke's impeccably researched 1964 version of the complete five-movement monster.


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