Michael Tilson Thomas is one of our era’s most critically acclaimed conductors of Mahler's masterpieces, and this concert shows why. Mahler never lived to complete anything more than the opening Adagio of his Symphony No. 10, but the movement’s power and pathos makes it one of the composer’s most compelling works. Mahler’s First Symphony has power too, but it’s the elemental sounds of nature, the innocence of folk song, and a spectacular transcendent climax that grip the audience.
San Francisco Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas, Music Director and Conductor
Adagio from Symphony No. 10
Symphony No. 1
$20.00 - $126.00
Carnegie Hall - Issac Stern Auditorium
57th Street and 7th Avenue, New York, NY
"The main hall at Carnegie Hall, dedicated the Isaac Stern Auditorium in 1996, has been the premier classical music performance space in the United States since its opening in 1891, showcasing the world's greatest soloists, conductors, and ensembles. 'It has been said that the hall itself is an instrument,' notes Isaac Stern. 'It takes what you do and makes it larger than life.'"
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Available on the Parquet Level of Isaac Stern Auditorium and Weill Recital Hall. Tickets for these seats may be purchased at all price levels. Patrons in wheelchairs must confirm seating access in advance by calling the House Manager's office at (212) 903-9605. Infrared. Large-print programs.