The New York Times- Bridging Past, Present and Future
Credit to Julie Glassberg for The New York Times
Sunday, June 10, 2012
This season the Brooklyn Philharmonic, revived from the dead, traveled to three of the borough’s communities with tailor-made concert series. In October the orchestra took Russian cartoon music to Brighton Beach and in March, an ambitious program full of premieres to Downtown Brooklyn, a new-music epicenter as of late.And on Saturday evening it closed the inaugural season of its new era under the artistic director Alan Pierson with a stimulating, entertaining outdoor concert at the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Plaza, an evening that connected the Philharmonic’s origins to its future. Click here to read more from The New York Times.