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Tuesday, September 19, 2017 7:30 PM // U-M Museum of Art

Simulcast: New York Philharmonic Opening Gala Concert Celebration
Mahler’s Fifth Symphony

Photo credit: Bert Hulselmans

A trumpet call heralds a new season of the New York Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall, and you’re invited to experience it here in Ann Arbor at a simulcast at UMMA Nights at the Museum.

Feel the sheer virtuosity and passion of the orchestra as it performs Mahler’s emotionally powerful Fifth Symphony — a work full of yearning, tenderness, and joy, which includes the beloved Adagietto. Conducted by the New York Philharmonic’s new Music Director Jaap van Zweden, this performance screening will preview the New York Philharmonic’s five-day UMS residency November 15-19, 2017 in Ann Arbor.

UMS at UMMA’s “Nights at the Museum”

In partnership with UMMA (University of Michigan Museum of Art), UMS will present two screenings this September as a part of UMMA’s “Nights At the Museum” initiative. The screenings will take place along the Museum’s State Street-side facade, on the west side of the Maxine and Stuart Frankel and the Frankel Family Wing, and will feature two exceptional performances from past and present UMS collaborators. “Nights” will kick off during UMMA After Hours, the museum’s twice-annual community celebration, on Friday, September 8.

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9/19/17 7:30 PM
U-M Museum of Art

Simulcast: New York Philharmonic Opening Gala Concert Celebration
Mahler’s Fifth Symphony

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A trumpet call heralds a new season of the New York Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall, and you’re invited to experience it here in Ann Arbor at a simulcast at UMMA Nights at the Museum.

Feel the sheer virtuosity and passion of the orchestra as it performs Mahler’s emotionally powerful Fifth Symphony — a work full of yearning, tenderness, and joy, which includes the beloved Adagietto. Conducted by the New York Philharmonic’s new Music Director Jaap van Zweden, this performance screening will preview the New York Philharmonic’s five-day UMS residency November 15-19, 2017 in Ann Arbor.

UMS at UMMA’s “Nights at the Museum”

In partnership with UMMA (University of Michigan Museum of Art), UMS will present two screenings this September as a part of UMMA’s “Nights At the Museum” initiative. The screenings will take place along the Museum’s State Street-side facade, on the west side of the Maxine and Stuart Frankel and the Frankel Family Wing, and will feature two exceptional performances from past and present UMS collaborators. “Nights” will kick off during UMMA After Hours, the museum’s twice-annual community celebration, on Friday, September 8.

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