On November 17 through 19, the great Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink will conduct works of Joseph Haydn (Sypmhony no. 96, Miracle) and Anton Bruckner (Symphony no. 7), works to be performed by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Both courses are considered specialties of the former music director of the Concertgebouw Orchestra.
“How Haitink manages to delve so deeply into the musical and spiritual ethos of Bruckner is one of the miracles of the maestro. . . what peerless command Haitink can bring to music conceived on a grand scale.” — Chicago TribuneCGNY