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If you organize a group visit to see the New York Philharmonic, you need group transportation that can get everyone there safely. Instead of worrying about rental cars and paying for parking, you can get a New York City rental bus. There are a number of bus types and sizes to choose from, including coach buses, mini buses, and school buses. If you have a small group and don’t want to worry about driving, you should consider hiring a New York City shuttle service to get your group around.
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The New York Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States. It was founded in 1842 by local musicians. The group was led by American-born Ureli Corelli Hill. They first began broadcasting performances over the radio in 1922 and have recorded more than 2,000 performances since 1917. The Philharmonic is globally renowned and regularly plays live concerts all around the world. In their history, the Philharmonic has appeared in 435 cities in 63 countries on five continents. They showcase their musical talents in front of more than 50 million music lovers every year. The Philharmonic is a consistent champion of the newest music of its time. It has been responsible for premiering a number of works from leading composers, including Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 (1909), Gershwin’s Concerto in F (1925), and John Adams’ On The Transmigration of Souls (2002). Other premiered works include more modern compositions like David Lang’s prisoner of the state (2019) and Wynton Marsalis’ The Jungle (Symphony No. 4) (2016). The Philharmonic also regularly plays live free concerts in the city. These concerts include Concerts in the Parks Presented By Didi and Oscar Schafer and Philharmonic Free Fridays.
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