New at New Phil!

Enjoy our latest virtual concert consisting of a selection of string players performing Felix Mendelssohn’s String Symphony No. 10!

Check out our new series looking back on 25 wonderful years of music-making and community: 25th Anniversary Retrospective

Please read this letter from New Phil’s Board of Trustees, regarding Music Director Francisco Noya’s resignation.

THANK YOU all who so generously and graciously contributed to our 25th season NPO 25/125 campaign!  We are so happy to announce that we did make our goal and that will carry us into the new season ahead!  Stay tuned for updates soon on what our music making may look like come the fall!

Meet our Artistic Partners!

A new artistic leadership team is happening at New Phil!  In these unusual and uncertain times when no live indoor music is possible, New Phil has gotten creative!

Our Principal Conductor, Jorge Soto, has been joined by three wonderful instrumentalists as New Phil’s first Artistic Partners who are leading our wind, brass, and percussion sections in small ensembles, providing our players the opportunity to make music in COVID times.

Learn more about our new team!


New Phil going forward!

New Philharmonia is committed to a future of “Music for All,” providing great concerts for the region – classical, family and pops!  As with all performing arts organizations, the timing of our precise trajectory is uncertain.  However, we remain hopeful that we will be able to present live music in some manner during our 2020-21 season. We’ll be sure to let you know what our upcoming season looks like, or come back to our website often to catch up on the latest.  In the meantime, please stay safe and well!

Here are some resources that will help you maintain a virtual connection with our community and share in our love of music and the arts.

Newton Cultural Alliance
Newton Cultural Development Resources
Boston Symphony Orchestra – Encores
Yo-Yo Ma’s Songs of Comfort
Boston Music Maker COVID-19 Fund
Newton Community Cameras 2020


Music for All – as noted in the Boston Globe in 1998 – the orchestra’s mission is to bring great music to the suburbs,
and to make it not only for the people but of the people and by the people.
The orchestra advances its mission by presenting programs of diverse repertoire of classical and light classical music for the enjoyment of audiences of all ages and experiences from a variety of urban and suburban communities. At the same time the orchestra strives to provide its non-professional players the opportunity to achieve a high level of ensemble performance not otherwise available.