• Pablo Heras-Casado conducts OSL in two concerts in the 2015/2016 season. Credit Richard Termine.
  • Christian Tetzlaff joins OSL in October for Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto. Credit Richard Termine.
  • In March, flamenco singer Marina Heredia is featured in an all-Spanish program. Credit Antonio Panizza.
  • Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham sings works by Purcell and Haydn in April. Credit B. Ealovega.


2015/2016 Season at a Glance

Presented by Carnegie Hall

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Tetzlaff & Heras-Casado

Experience Mendelssohn’s unique gift for melody when Christian Tetzlaff brings his spellbinding Violin Concerto to Carnegie Hall. Stravinsky’s witty Suite No. 2 starts the evening with a wink and smile, and Tchaikovsky’s brilliant “Winter Daydreams” will leave you breathless.

March 10, 2016

Heras-Casado—Colors of Spain

Close to the heart and heritage of Principal Conductor Pablo Heras-Casado, this all-Spanish program evokes images of the sea, Andalusian gardens, and a bullfighter’s reverential moment. Flamenco singer Marina Heredia portrays a woman haunted by the ghost of her unfaithful husband in El Amor Brujo.

April 7, 2016

Graham & McGegan

Susan Graham, “America’s favorite mezzo,” shares passionate songs and arias ranging from the poignant “Dido’s Lament” to the schizophrenic “Bess of Bedlam.” Twists and surprises in music and mood are at the forefront in two immaculately crafted Haydn symphonies.


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