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philharmonic

1. fond of music
2. denoting an orchestra, choir, society, etc., devoted to the performance, appreciation, and study of music
3. a specific philharmonic choir, orchestra, or society
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The band joined Philharmonic players at the orchestra's rehearsal rooms this week and later tweeted: "I can tell you now that the hairs on the back of my neck are standing right on their tips.
The Warsaw Philharmonic, led by the incredibly charismatic Jacek Kaspszyk, is one of the best orchestras in the world.
I am more than delighted to have started this major project with my friends at the New York Philharmonic," says Long Yu.
Speaking about her appointment Chang said: "I am extremely excited about joining the Qatar Philharmonic as music director.
Clearly, these are challenging financial times for everyone and Liverpool Philharmonic isn't complacent about the need to maintain the support of our audiences and continue to build attendances for our music-making by presenting concerts of the highest quality and offering value for money.
Say is a regular guest with the New York Philharmonic, the Israel Philharmonic, the Baltimore Symphony, the St Petersburg Philharmonic, the BBC Philharmonic, the Orchestre National de France and other leading orchestras across the globe.
Music Director Lorin Maazel and the New York Philharmonic perform 14 concerts in nine cities throughout Europe, August 28 to September 12, 2008, in celebration of Lorin Maazel's valedictory season as the Orchestra's Music Director.
25-27 on the leg of its Chinese tour, said New York Philharmonic President and Executive Director Zarin Mehta.
In May 2008, Dohnanyi will lead the Philharmonic in a mixed program that includes Beethoven's "Eroica" Symphony.
One of the nation's premier music ensembles, the Brooklyn Philharmonic maintains a vital presence in the cultural life of the New York metropolitan area.
The current London Philharmonic was established in 1932, and the London Symphony was established in 1940.
DG's Leonard Bernstein: The Leg end Lives On is a six-disc set that includes remasterings of such classic concert recordings as Bernstein's final performance; his Vienna Philharmonic version of Mahler's Symphony No.