The New York Philharmonic is in the midst of their “Hungarian Echoes” festival, a stunning tapestry of music in which Esa Pekka-Salonen, composer and conductor of groundbreaking music for 30 years, leads a journey through three eras of Hungarian folk music. The festival, which runs through Saturday, March 26th, still has tickets available starting at $30, but some lucky winners will get to enjoy performances for free. Six winners will get a pair of tickets to a Hungarian Echoes concert, with two winners chosen at random in a drawing each Wednesday. Enter to win tickets to this great New York Philharmonic show here.
Thursday, March 10th through Saturday, March 26th, 2011, $30 and up
Avery Fisher Hall, near Columbus and 65th
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