Join Columbia SoCal for an evening with the LA Philharmonic to hear Dvořák’s "New World" Symphony with conductor Ken-David Masur '02CC, featuring Inon Barnatan on the piano.
One of the most popular symphonies ever written, with its America-inspired melodies and atmosphere combining dramatic energy and quiet nostalgia Dvořák’s beloved “New World” Symphony reaffirms its reputation as a perennial favorite.
The Columbia SoCal group will be seated together in section G2 Row 2 Seats 10-28 and section G2 Row 3 Seats 22-30. Please see the seating chart for reference. Park and Ride information can be found here.
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Tickets were made available through partnership with CAA Arts Access, a program of Columbia Alumni Association. CAA Arts Access has been opening doors to galleries, theaters, concert halls, and museums for more than 30,000 Columbia University alumni since its founding in 2007. For more information or to become a member, visit alumniarts.columbia.edu