New York Philharmonic to be featured in Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows

Posted on: November 13, 2017

The New York Philharmonic will be featured in one of department store Bergdorf Goodman’s holiday windows from November 14 to January 1, as part of a tribute to New York’s cultural institutions. The windows attract several thousand viewers every holiday season. Created by David Hoey, Bergdorf Goodman’s senior director for visual presentation, the New York Philharmonic’s window will feature a red neon light show and depictions of musical instruments. The store will also offer Philharmonic tickets and Philharmonic-branded electronics gear for sale. The Philharmonic is one of seven New York City cultural institutions selected for this year’s windows. The others are Museum of the Moving Image, New York Botanical Garden, New-York Historical Society, American Museum of Natural History, UrbanGlass, and Brooklyn Academy of Music. Mallory Andrews, Bergdorf’s senior VP of sales promotion, marketing, and public relations, called the holiday windows “a love letter to New York. It’s about exhibiting a range of music, art, history, film, and nature, and raising awareness of the seven cultural institutions.”

Posted November 13, 2017