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The Lincoln Center in New York City is playing host to the marvelous All Dvorak Program concert, featuring the New York Philharmonic at the center's Avery Fisher Hall. Conductor Manfred Honeck will be leading the concert with violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter performing live as the soloist. The concert's program includes three of Antonin Dvorak's best works; Dvorak Carnival Overture, Dvorak Symphony No. 9 From the New World and the Dvorak Violin Concerto. A lot of All Dvorak Program tickets have already been sold for the concert.
The All Dvorak Program is one of the most anticipated concerts in classical music in New York City. Featuring one of the world's premier orchestras, the New York Philharmonic, it also stars a violinist dubbed as the violin goddess by The Washington Post. This is a concert that feature the works of the legendary composer, Antonin Dvorak, and is taking place at what is undoubtedly the world's leading performing arts center. The Lincoln Center is part of the cultural life of New York City and one of its most famous venues.
The host of the All Dvorak Program, the Lincoln Center, is located at Upper West Side in New York City and is home to ten more iconic performing arts organizations aside from the New York Philharmonic. Each year, millions visit the center not only for the many concerts staged but also for other events, educational programs and even tours. Of these events, thousands take place each year, much to the joy of many Americans in and out of New York City. The center is home to many renowned organizations including the Film Society at Lincoln Center, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet, the Metropolitan Opera, the School of American Ballet and a library.
This concert features the oldest existing American symphony orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, an orchestra often described as one of the Big Five in the US. Formed in 1842, its home is the Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall with Alan Gilbert as its principal conductor. In 2004, it played its fourteen thousandth concert and is older by forty years than the second oldest orchestra in the US. Its present executive director is Mathew VanBiesen who is leading the orchestra into the digital age, tackling all the challenges brought about by technology.
Annie-Sophie Mutter is the soloist playing the violin at this concert, celebrating Antonin Dvorak's music. Annie-Sophie Mutter is a famous German violinist born in Rheinfelden, West Germany. She is one of the best classical music violinists in the world today with many pieces of music often composed specially for her. A maestro of the violin, she has been active since 1976 and has played her signature Mutter Regazzi violin at many a concert. She is also famous for promoting contemporary music and was supported when she began by the renowned Herbert von Karajan.
Many notable composers have composed music particularly for her, a list that includes the likes of Henri Dutilleux, André Previn, Witold Lutoslawski, Krzysztof Penderecki, Wolfgang Rihm, and Sofia Gubaidulina. She is a Grammy Award winning violinist, who has won awards in the categories of 'Best Chamber Music Performance' and 'Best Instrumental'.
Other than four Grammy Awards, she has also received the Austrian Cross of Honour, the Sonning Award, the Bavarian Maximilian Order, the Herbert von Karajan Music Prize and the Mendelssohn Prize. Most recently, she was named as an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Together with America's oldest orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, she can be caught performing live after buying All Dvorak Program tickets.