The New Yorker

New York Philharmon­ic

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CLASSICAL Commission­ed to write a new concerto in 2010, Anthony Davis drew upon a personal memory of being pulled over by a white police officer, in the mid-seventies, to compose “You Have the Right to Remain Silent.” The principal clarinetti­st Anthony McGill, who played a fiery rendition of the terse work for a concert streamed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra last November, now performs it alongside his home ensemble, with Earl Howard on synthesize­r, making his Philharmon­ic début. Dalia Stasevska also conducts Missy

Mazzoli’s “Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres)” and John Adams’s Chamber Symphony.—S.S. (Alice Tully Hall; Oct. 20-21 at 7:30 and Oct. 22-23 at 8.)

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