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At this time of great loss in classical music, with the death of Luciano Pavarotti and illness (source and details: current Playbill) of Claudio Abbado (all upcoming engagements canceled, including next month at Carnegie Hall), the New York Philharmonic's September 18th Opening Night gifts are most welcome.

The 7:30 PM all-Dvorak Gala (of course, decidedly not free) with Lorin Maazel and Yo-Yo Ma will not only be telecast (half-hour time delay) on PBS (Live from Lincom Center) and radio-cast (in NYC on WQXR), but will also be Plaza-cast on a large screen at Lincoln Center. (If they can do this (the screen is plenty big) for conducting, why not for dancing?)

The dress rehearsal will also be FREE to the public. It will begin at 8:45 AM, with ticket distribution starting at 8 AM, also on the 18th.


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