On Tuesday, July 13, the New York Philharmonic will pitch a tent in Prospect Park’s Long Meadow for a memorable concert that will kick off the organization’s 40th summer of free "Concerts in the Parks." Under the baton of conductor David Robertson, the Philharmonic will perform Charles Ives’ Variations on "America," Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto (featuring violinist Leonidas Kavakos) and John Adams’ Harmonielehre. The free concert begins at 8 pm and will be followed by fireworks. For updates, call (212) 875-5709 or visit www.newyorkphilharmonic.org.
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