Thursday, September 22, 2011

Deborah Voigt Sings Opening Night of New York Philharmonic

PBS aired the 170th opening night concert of the New York Philharmonic with Music Director Alan Gilbert and guest soloist Deborah Voigt. Throughout the broadcast it was announced that the concert would be available online to view in its entirety for one week after last evening's performance. The link for the concert is here, but it seems there is no content. You might also check on the NY Phil's website periodically here to see if the video becomes available. The guest artist may have had final approval rights on whether to replay the concert based on her performance. More photos after the jump.

Live From Lincoln Center
September 21, 2011
New York Philharmonic Opening Night
Alec Baldwin, Host
Alan Gilbert, Conductor
Deborah Voigt, Soprano
Trad. Star Spangled BannerBarberThe School for Scandal Overture; Wagner, “Dich, teure Halle” from TannhäuserBarberAndromache’s FarewellWagner, Overture to Tannhäuser; INTERMISSION; R. Strauss, Intermezzo, Dance and Final Scene from Salome.
Live Intermission features: (1) Alec Baldwin backstage with Maestro Gilbert talks about conducting and composing. (2) Alec Baldwin chats backstage with Deborah Voigt.
Program Length: 1:56:46









1 comment:

  1. The concert is there. They had to wait until all affiliates played it - some did not broadcast live, but waited one or two days.

    I enjoyed it quite a lot as did everyone else in my party (despite that unfortunate red dress). Well done to Deborah, Maestro Gilbert and the Phil.

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