Violinist Quan Ge (lefL) and violist Cong Wu of the New York Philharmonic play in a pop-up concert in Brooklyn. Photo: AFPViolinist Quan Ge (lefL) and violist Cong Wu of the New York Philharmonic play in a pop-up concert in Brooklyn. Photo: AFP
Violinist Quan Ge (lefL) and violist Cong Wu of the New York Philharmonic play in a pop-up concert in Brooklyn. Photo: AFP

Its autumn season scrapped amid Covid-19, New York orchestra stages concerts in the streets

  • With their concert hall closed indefinitely because of the pandemic, groups of orchestral players from New York Philharmonic give unannounced street concerts
  • ‘It’s about sharing what music can do,’ says a singer after performing with two players from the Phil in a park above a subway track in Brooklyn

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Violinist Quan Ge (lefL) and violist Cong Wu of the New York Philharmonic play in a pop-up concert in Brooklyn. Photo: AFPViolinist Quan Ge (lefL) and violist Cong Wu of the New York Philharmonic play in a pop-up concert in Brooklyn. Photo: AFP
Violinist Quan Ge (lefL) and violist Cong Wu of the New York Philharmonic play in a pop-up concert in Brooklyn. Photo: AFP
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