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The New York Philharmonic’s season got off to a brilliant start last night, with the audience giving the orchestra a standing ovation. The orchestra, led by conductor Sarah Jones, sounded better than it has in years, and the audience was the most enthusiastic it has been in years.
“It was just incredible,” said one audience member, who wished to remain anonymous. “I’ve never heard the Philharmonic sound so good. And Jones is just a phenomenal conductor.”
The program began with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, which was performed with great energy and precision. The second half of the program was equally impressive, with the orchestra playing Brahms’s Symphony No. 4 and Tchaikovsky’s “Pathétique” with great passion and feeling.
The audience was on its feet at the end of the concert, cheering and applauding the orchestra. It was a truly wonderful start to the season, and one that promises great things to come.
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