New York Philharmonic Returns to Prospect Park
July 1, 2014
There are few things that could make Prospect Park even more enchanting and serene, but the New York Philharmonic will do just that on July 9 when they kick off their annual Concerts in the Parks in Prospect Park. Since 1965, the New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks have been an iconic summer experience, transforming parks throughout the boroughs into outdoor concert halls.
Bring your friends and family, and a blanket, for a perfect evening of music and nature. The program, led by Music Director Alan Gilbert, will feature Don Juan by Strauss and Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet. A fireworks display will follow the performance.
The Movable Feast Café at the Picnic House will be open noon until 9 pm, so Philharmonic fans can purchase wraps, coffee, and sweet treats to enjoy at the performance, including Maximo Pino Gelato and Sorbetto.
Prospect Park Alliance members at the Arborist level and above enjoy VIP seating, so become a member today!