Two Concerts Announced!

Thursday, September 26th

Our Fall features a return to Lincoln Center on Thursday, September 26th for a program called Dvorak in Surround Sound! This marks our third collaboration with Young Patrons of Lincoln Center, and once again will feature a fully-immersive experience for the audience, this time with Dvorak’s gorgeous and embracing 8th Symphony, all hosted and conducted by James Blachly.

Tickets available here.

*Please note that they are currently open only to members of YPLC. If you live in New York, we highly recommend you join!

*Please note that they are currently open only to members of YPLC. If you live in New York, we highly recommend you join!

Friday, November 15th, 2019

We are also thrilled to announce that tickets are now on sale for our highly anticipated concert return to Roulette Intermedium on Friday, November 15th called Bulgarian Virtuosity, which features EXO's superlative strings and Bulgarika, a virtuosic traditional ensemble on tour from Bulgaria. It will be a blast of a concert, evocative and thrilling.

Tickets available here.

Previous News

We are honored to be featured in Symphony Magazine as one of the orchestra innovating in the field around audience experience. This has been a hallmark of our approach since the beginning, and it is thrilling to be recognized as one of the leaders in the field.

Read the article here.

Thanks to the generous support of more than 200 donors, we have made the first commercial recording of Dame Ethel Smyth’s final masterpiece, THE PRISON, with soloists Sarah Brailey and Dashon Burton, EXO, and the Clarion Choir.

We have raised nearly all of the necessary funds, but please click here to support this important project.

We were thrilled to be named the #1 Classical Christmas Concert in New York City by TimeOut NY! Thank you to all who came and celebrated the Nutcracker in this magical tradition with us!

Photo credit: Allison Stock

Photo credit: Allison Stock

The Experiential Orchestra invites you to the center of the orchestra with immersive and creative programs. Every concert finds a new way to explore the feeling of sound, letting you hear music viscerally.

EXO is currently undertaking to record Dame Ethel Smyth’s career-culminating masterpiece The Prison for the first time in history. Video below; more information here.

Special thanks to the Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy for their generous grant helping to underwrite the cost of our new performance edition of Smyth’s The Prison, now published by Schirmer/Music Sales London. Thank you WPA for the amazing work you do for the field!

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