“The New York Philharmonic’s home, David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, is in the midst of a $550 million renovation,” writes Javier Hernandez in Tuesday’s (6/15) New York Times. “On Tuesday, the Philharmonic announced its 2021-22 season: a slate of about 80 concerts, compared to 120 in a normal year, spent mostly at … Alice Tully Hall and the Rose Theater, with four forays to Carnegie Hall and a holiday run of ‘Messiah’ at Riverside Church…. The season opens Sept. 17 with the pianist Daniil Trifonov playing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 at Tully…. Saxophonist Branford Marsalis … will play a concerto by John Adams; and the conductor Gustavo Dudamel … will lead Schumann’s four symphonies and two world premieres…. Principal clarinetist Anthony McGill will be featured in Anthony Davis’s ‘You Have the Right to Remain Silent.’ … Music director Jaap van Zweden and the Philharmonic will … premiere … works … by … Joan Tower and Sarah Kirkland Snider…. The orchestra … and Lincoln Center decided to use the [pandemic] shutdown to accelerate the renovation of Geffen Hall, … set to reopen in the fall of 2022, a year and a half earlier than planned.”