2021/22 Popejoy Hall Classics Series

2021/22 Popejoy Hall Classics Series

Popejoy Classics Concert Series 2021/22 Season

Access can be obtained by making a minimum $200 donation or by being a concert subscriber.

Please email info@nmphil.org if you believe you meet the above access requirements and have not received access.

We are deeply grateful to be able to perform live music again. As a sign of our deep gratitude for all the generosity and support of our Donors and Subscribers, Select concerts of the 2021-2022 Season of Classical Concerts at Popejoy will be available on demand after the scheduled concert date, or sometimes streamed live. We anticipate the schedule to have a minimum of 6 concerts. Free access to the series can be obtained by being a season subscribers to the classical concerts at Popejoy Hall or by making a minimum $200 donation. We invite you to enjoy this offering of the NMPhil Now! Digital Performances this season.

Buy $200 Share
2021/22 Popejoy Hall Classics Series
  • Beethoven Concerto No. 3

    Program will be made available on October 15th, 2021 at 7:00pm until Thursday October 21st at 10:00pm.

    Your NMPhil returned to Popejoy Hall with the beautiful brilliance of Beethoven, in marvelous concerts over the course of 3 days. Enjoy Beethoven’s Piano Concerto Nr. 3 as performed by incompar...

  • Beethoven Festival: Overtures

    Beethoven Festival: Your NMPhil returns to Popejoy Hall with the beautiful brilliance of Beethoven, in marvelous concerts over the course of 3 days. Enjoy Beethoven’s incomparable piano concertos, and even more of Beethoven’s best—featuring pianist extraordinaire Olga Kern.

    New Mexico Philharmon...

  • Barton Pine Plays Sibelius

    Extraordinary violinist Rachel Barton Pine returns to Popejoy Hall as soloist with your NMPhil for an emotionally charged performance of what is the 20th century’s best-loved and most recorded violin concerto—the virtuosic Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in d minor by Jean Sibelius. The New Yor...

  • Beethoven Concerto No. 5

    Program will be made available on November 5th, 2021 at 7:00pm until Thursday November 11th at 10:00pm.

    Your NMPhil returned to Popejoy Hall with the beautiful brilliance of Beethoven, in marvelous concerts over the course of 3 days. Enjoy Beethoven’s Piano Concerto Nr. 5 as performed by incompa...

  • Beethoven Symphony No. 5

    Program will be made available on November 12th, 2021 at 7:00pm until Thursday November 18th at 10:00pm.

    Beethoven Festival: Your NMPhil returns to Popejoy Hall with the beautiful brilliance of Beethoven, in marvelous concerts over the course of 3 days. Enjoy Beethoven’s Symphony Nr. 5 performed...

  • Tetiana Shafran: Enchanting Ravel

    The New Mexico Philharmonic shines a light on stellar Ukrainian pianist Tetiana Shafran—winner of 20 international piano competitions—in Ravel’s glittering Piano Concerto in G. This pre-Thanksgiving concert at Popejoy also includes beloved works by Debussy and Liszt, along with Schubert’s emotion...

  • Midori!

    This program is currently under review. The event date and time are only a hold, thank you.

    The amazing Midori joins your NMPhil for a virtuosic performance of the rhythmic, driving and transcendent Brahms Violin Concerto. The extraordinary blend of violin and orchestra is bursting with the soun...

  • Gavrylyuk Plays Prokofiev 1 (Repertoire Change)

    This program is currently under review.

    Phenomenal pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk stars in a night of Russian music. Gavrylyuk will perform solo selections without the orchestra including selections from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an exhibition, after which he will solo with the orchestra in Prokofie...

  • Zimowski Plays Wieniawski

    First, NMPhil Concertmaster Krzysztof Zimowski is front and center for Henryk Wieniawski’s landmark, virtuosic Violin Concerto No. 2! Skillfully orchestrated and richly melodic, Wieniawski gives equal attention to musicality and technique in his violin concerto, which flows smoothly and instincti...

  • Michelle Cann: Price & Gershwin

    The Boston Music Intelligencer calls pianist Michelle Cann “a compelling, sparkling virtuoso.” As a champion of the music of Florence Price, in 2016, Ms. Cann premiered the composer’s Piano Concerto in One Movement in New York City. In 2021, the Philadelphia Inquirer called her performance of Pri...