Live from Lincoln Center Season 35

Season 35

Live from Lincoln Center Season 35

First Air Date: January 21, 2010

First Aired on    :   2010
Episodes    :   6 episodes



Episodes

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35x06 New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve With Lang Lang (December 31, 2010)


The New York Philharmonic, under the baton of maestro Alan Gilbert, perform Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 with pianist Lang Lang; and the second act of "The Nutcracker."


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35x05 Baroque Holiday With the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (December 19, 2010)


The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center perform Bach's Double Concerto and Corelli's Christmas Concerto; and is joined by recorder virtuosa Michala Petri for works by Sammartini, Tartini and Vivaldi.


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35x04 New York Philharmonic: Opening Night Concert 2010 (September 23, 2010)


The opening-night gala for the New York Philharmonic features music director Alan Gilbert conducting the U.S. premiere of Wynton Marsalis' "Jazz Symphony."


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35x03 South Pacific (August 18, 2010)


The Lincoln Center Theater's Tony Award-winning production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific," about love in the South Pacific during WWII. Kelli O'Hara stars as a Navy nurse whose love for a French plantation owner (Paulo Szot) is tested by her own prejudice. Songs include "Some Enchanted Evening," "There Is Nothin' Like a Dame," "A Wonderful Guy" and "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair."


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35x02 Ax, Perlman and Ma (May 05, 2010)


Pianist Emanuel Ax, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Itzhak Perlman perform Mendelssohn's Piano Trios and other selections at the Lincoln Center's Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse. Alan Alda hosts.


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35x01 Joshua Bell With Friends @ The Penthouse (January 21, 2010)


The Season 35 opener features violinist Joshua Bell teaming with Sting ("Come Again"); Kristin Chenoweth ("My Funny Valentine"); Chris Botti ("I Loves You Porgy"); Nathan Gunn ("O, Cease Thy Singing, Maiden Fair"); Marvin Hamlisch ("I'll Take Manhattan"); Frankie Moreno ("Eleanor Rigby"); Regina Spektor ("Left Hand Song"); and Cuban music group Tiempo Libre ("Para Tí"). Also, thanks to technology, Bell "duets" with Russian pianist Sergey Rachmaninoff on Grieg's Violin Sonata No. 3, Movement II.




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