May 19, 2022

Allison Eldredge, Cellist

Cellist Allison Eldredge, a recipient of the coveted Avery Fisher Career Grant and Musical America’s “Young Artist of the Year”, has enjoyed performing nationally and internationally, from London to Moscow to China to Berlin. She has been called “a cellist afraid of nothing” (Chicago Times) with “virtuosity wholly at the service of the music” (American […]

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March 9, 2022

Enjoy Incredible Performances from for Our Classics III Soloists

Join us Sunday, March 27 at 3:00pm at Newton North High School for this musical travelogue, including a special tribute to the enduring spirit of the people of the Ukraine during this tragic time.  Purchase your tickets here to enjoy fantastic performances from our Classics III soloists.   Olga Lisovskaya, soprano A Newton resident, Olga […]

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January 14, 2022

Classics II & The Rest of Our 21-22 Season

We regret to announce that we have canceled our Classics II concert scheduled for February 5th and 6th due to COVID. Although we value gathering with our musical community, the safety of our musicians and our audience members is our highest priority. We wish everyone a safe, restful, and healthy January and February and we […]

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August 22, 2019

New Philharmonia Orchestra To Begin 25th Season With Silver Anniversary Gala September 21st

Program to feature performances from Newton based stars including internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Catie Curtis, Mayor Ruthanne Fuller and 13-year-old violinist Keila Wakao 2019-20 Schedule Includes Six Other Performances (Newton, MA August 19) The 25th season of Newton’s New Philharmonia Orchestra, Francisco Noya, Music Director, will begin with a special gala concert and reception Saturday, September […]

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March 26, 2019

Boston Classical Review: New Philharmonia Orchestra makes an impressive showing in Brahms program

By Jonathan Blumhofer New Philharmonia Orchestra and music director Francisco Noya presented a concert Saturday night at Newton’s First Baptist Church, which consisted of two favorites by Johannes Brahms played in memory of a departed  friend. That person was Susan Kaplan, a longtime Newton resident and arts advocate who passed away in November. The evening’s program, with […]

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March 26, 2019

NPO et alia Repay Vista Cruise

by Lee Eiseman A pair of all-in performances from the major orchestra of a nearby metropolis rewarded our afternoon drive last Sunday. Newton’s 24-year-old New Philharmonia, yet to learn either fear or hubris, tore into Brahms’s Fourth Symphony and First Concerto at the intensely polychromatic First Baptist Church of Newton with no concessions to their […]

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