字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This season, Jaap van Zweden and the New York Philharmonic celebrate Gustav Mahler, one of the most beloved and revered composers in classical music both at home and abroad. The Philharmonic will invite its fellow New Yorkers to get acquainted with the former Philharmonic music director through Mahler's New York. Two weeks that will present his first two symphonies and the one night only Mahler Grooves concert featuring Roderick Williams singing "Songs of a Wayfarer." I think it's important to celebrate Mahler, because he is a composer for me that writes most about the complete human experience. On one hand, very cerebral, and very intense, and at the other hand incredibly flippant. I think performing Mahler with the New York Philharmonic gives not only me, but every conductor an incredible responsibility. A lot of conductors came and did Mueller, and still I think that there is a lot of DNA. There's a great thrill for me to be connected to this composer through this orchestra. Other activities include a special archival exhibit and a curated walking tour of Mahler's New York. After celebrating the great composer-conductor at home Jaap van Zweden and the Philharmonic will embark on their European tour, opening the Concertgebouw's Mahler Festival as the first American orchestra in the festival's history. What is so special about the tour, I think, in this case is that, of course, it is a unbelievable I will say, moment for us. Mahler's New York offers insights into the life and work of one of the Philharmonic's greatest music directors. It's a glance back through time at his city and his music through the lens of today with some of the most powerful works in the canon performed by Mahler's orchestra.