Welcome to NMPhil Now! The New Mexico Philharmonic’s newest way to share music! The platform offers performances, interviews, and more to help bridge the gap between our current circumstances and the day we can joyously return to the concert hall.
$115 purchase gives access to all 12 performances in the series.
Music brings us closer even when we can’t be together. The New Mexico Philharmonic’s newest series looks to bridge the gap between our current circumstances and the day we can joyously return to the concert hall. We proudly announce the latest addition to the NMPhil Now! virtual platform of events, Digital Performances, an online concert/recital series that will run for 12 weeks starting on November 14. All performances are Saturdays at 6:00 p.m.
There’s no one better to kick off the New Mexico Philharmonic’s newest weekly Performances Series on NMPhil Now! than Albuquerque favorite Olga Kern. With a wildly varied program featuring everything from showstopping technique to subtle and wonderfully tender works, this program is sure to dazzl...
Romanian cellist Andrei Ioniță returns to the New Mexico Philharmonic, bringing all the passion and fire we remember from his NMPhil debut. Winner of the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition, Andrei has been heralded as “a cellist of superb skill, musical imagination, and [having] a commitm...
Rewatch the exciting final-round performance of 2019 Olga Kern International Piano Competition first-prize winner, Tetiana Shafran. The rapturous and flashy Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 is always a crowd-pleaser, and this performance will have you glued to your seats!
Frequent NMPhil collaborator Rachel Barton Pine returns in a recital sure to be both reflective and electrifying. Known for her brilliant technique, lustrous tone, and emotional honesty, this is a performance you won’t want to miss!
Winner of the first Olga Kern International Piano Competition in 2016, Antonio Chen Guang combines his extraordinary technical capacity with a profound and mature musical sensibility and an exceptional onstage charisma. Here, he performs Schumann’s evocative Carnaval.
The Chicago Tribune has praised Ms. Gomyo as “a first-rate artist of real musical command, vitality, brilliance, and intensity.” For this NMPhil offering, she presents a program of both old and new works: from the Baroque with Bach and Biber to the current day with Samuel Carl Adams.
Guitar superstar and Grammy winner Jason Vieaux returns to the NMPhil with an eclectic and electric program featuring the works of Bach, Scarlatti, and more. Also, on the bill, his own Developmental Etudes.
Jason Vieaux, guitar
J.S. Bach Sonata No. 1 in g minor
Scarlatti Sonata in A Ma...
In another breathtaking OKIPC/NMPhil rewind, we present the final-round performance of 2019 Olga Kern International Piano Competition second-prize winner, Federico Gad Crema, and his sparkling rendition of the impassioned and romantic Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1.
We turn back the clock to March 2018, when a packed house at Popejoy Hall enjoyed Music Director Roberto Minzcuk conducting your NMPhil in a rousing performance of one of Beethoven’s finest works. The Seventh Symphony was conceived in support of soldiers fighting against Napoleon’s occupations of...
Anna Dmytrenko returns to the NMPhil! Anna was the second-prize winner of the first Olga Kern International Piano Concerto in 2016 and also took home the Audience Choice Award and Best Contemporary Piece Prize.
Anna Dmytrenko, piano
Wagner-Liszt: Isolde's Liebestod
Ilya Kaler has earned rave reviews for his solo appearances. He is the only violinist in the world to win the Gold Medal at three of the world’s most prestigious international violin competitions: the Tchaikovsky Competition, the Sibelius Competition, and the Paganini Competition.