The Greatest: Beethoven’s 9th / February 11, 2023

Popejoy Hall 203 Cornell Drive, NE, Albuquerque

Beethoven’s almost 200-year-old Symphony No. 9 in d minor remains an astonishing landmark in the history of music as perhaps the greatest, best loved, and most well-known classical work of all time. The concert starts with a work co-comissioned by the NMPhil, in conjunction with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, by contemporary Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Reid.

A Night with Ottmar Liebert / March 11, 2023

Popejoy Hall 203 Cornell Drive, NE, Albuquerque

It's a night of Nouveau Flamenco! The New Mexico Philharmonic, welcomes New Mexico’s own “million-fingered” guitar virtuoso! Experience a flamenco-driven fusion of styles and genres in an amazing evening of music. With 38 Gold and Platinum Records, the music of Ottmar Liebert will wrap you in rhythm all night!

Ioniță Plays Dvořák Cello Concerto / March 18, 2023

Popejoy Hall 203 Cornell Drive, NE, Albuquerque

Romanian cellist Andrei Ioniță, winner of the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition, is soloist in Dvořák’s sublime and passionate Cello Concerto. Then, it’s Maurice Ravel’s joyful and impassioned Suites from Daphnis et Chloé, a visceral experience through the rich sound tapestry of what Ravel called a “choreographic symphony.”

The Music of Genesis & Phil Collins / April 15, 2023

Popejoy Hall 203 Cornell Drive, NE, Albuquerque

Phil Collins’s one-of-a-kind drum work and songwriting have left an enduring mark on music. With the megaband Genesis and his numerous solo hits, Phil Collins—along with bandmates Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford—penned unforgettable hits that changed the landscape of rock and pop music. This symphonic tribute features two vocalists and the set list includes hits such as “Follow You Follow Me,” “Abacab,” “I Missed Again,” “Turn It on Again,” “Sussudio,” “One More Night,” “Take Me Home,” “Two Hearts,” and the iconic “In the Air Tonight.” Stuart Chafetz conducts.

Mahler: The Titan / April 22, 2023

Popejoy Hall 203 Cornell Drive, NE, Albuquerque

Violin virtuoso Jennifer Frautschi is soloist in Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5, one of the most loved violin concertos in the repertoire and nicknamed “Turkish.” Then, from gallantry to misfortune—austerity to intricacy—misery to serenity, experience the many ways that massive chunks of sound transform in Gustav Mahler’s exceptional Symphony No. 1. Hear and see your NMPhil play “The Titan” in all of its glory!