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Chamber Series · Sunday, December 6
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Announcing National Philharmonic 2020/2021

Where we bring the music to you!

National Philharmonic presents a FULL concert season, which will be coming to your house at no charge!

These streaming Sunday concerts can be accessed on the device of your choice, and will originate from the Strathmore Music Center and AMP by Strathmore stages.

Experience the drama and majesty of orchestral concerts led by Music Director and Conductor Piotr Gajewski, and the intimacy and refinement of chamber music concerts led by Laura Colgate, our newly appointed concertmaster.

The season will feature music by the masters along with the hottest contemporary composers of our time. Whether you’re tuning in solo, or having a watch party with friends, you’re dressed in pearls or pajamas, join us as we bring the music to you!

Season at a Glance

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Beethoven @ 250 Birthday Bash

Sunday, Oct 25, 2020

Music That Suspends Time

Sunday, Nov 8, 2020

All American Composers

Sunday, Nov 22, 2020

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Vivaldi: Four Seasons

Sunday, Dec 20, 2020
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Harmonic Justice | Free Streamed Event

Monday, Nov. 30 7:00-8:00 p.m. ET
Join NatPhil and Pretrial Justice Institute for an evening of classical music and conversation — in support of racial justice and liberation.

This virtual showcase will intersperse some of the year’s most inspiring performances with a panel discussion about racial equity in classical music — and how we can all be part of reimagining the orchestral experience (and our own communities) to build a truly inclusive future for America.

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Meet the Musicians

Learn more about the musicians and singers who comprise our orchestra and chorale.

Musician of the Day:
Rebecca Hagen Watson
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