Thank You!

Thank you to all who celebrated the end of our  27th Season. We concluded with an inspired performance of Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto with cellist Allison Eldredge, and Brahms’ Symphony No. 1. We hope you’ll join us this summer for outdoor music and again the fall for our 28th season. 

New Phil Reawakens!

Our season continues with our Classics programming this spring. We look forward to more music and community very soon.

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New Phil News!

Our Classics III program, New Phil Reawakened: Sights & Sounds was a brilliant success. Thank you to all who came!

We want to extend a special thank you to our soloists Olga Lisovskaya and Angel Subero, as well as Mayor Ruthanne Fuller for contributing to such an exciting performance.

New Phil going forward!

NewPhil Strings

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 remains uncertain and subject to change.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are approaching our 2021-2022 season – and the changes and opportunities it brings – with hope. As we begin our 27th season, complete with four exciting Classics programs, we will be following strict COVID safety guidelines, in keeping with the Mayor’s orders. The safety of our players and audience is of the utmost importance as the pandemic continues, so we ask you to carefully read our safety protocol before attending our performances.

MUSIC FOR ALL

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.