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  • NYC-Arts Top Five Picks: February 20 – 26

    Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s cheat sheet to the top events include the Harkness Dance Festival, Opera Lafayette, Teknopolis, and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Monday and follow @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.

  • 92Y Harkness Dance Festival

    New York Theatre Ballet’s Legends & Visionaries series features three ballets from the legendary Antony Tudor: Soirée Musicale, the Pas de Deux from Romeo & Juliet and Les Mains Gauches, presented alongside two ballets from his mentee, Martha Clarke: Nocturne and The Garden of Villandry.

  • Teknopolis

    Teknopolis is a three-week-long digital art installation experience in the Fisher building for ages 6+
    designed to inspire creativity, connect with the future, and imagine new possibilities through
    interaction with technology.

  • Art Into Music Into Performance

    Join pianist Yoonie Han, Baruch art historian Prof Gail Levin, and Theodore Wiprud to explore through music and talk how art forms illuminate one another. This concert includes the world premiere of Theordore Wiprud’s Miss Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth.

  • Gaveaux’s “Leonore, ou L’Amour conjugale”

    Revolution is in the air. A political prisoner awaits death in his cell. A woman puts herself in mortal danger to seek justice. Bouilly’s French libretto, rich with themes that are relevant today, may be familiar to many. Some will recognize music in Gaveaux’s version which foreshadows the Beethoven. From the loneliness of Florestan’s dungeon to the triumphal reunion of husband and wife, everyone will be captivated by this setting of a timeless and inspiring story.

  • Feminist Feminine

    Feminist Feminine, an impressive display of women artists and converging cultures spanning from the 1960s and 70s to present day, highlights an era of women who combine anger, rage and resentment with love, sexuality and seduction to create a deep everlasting physicality in art.

  • Nohra Haime Gallery

    Nohra Haime Gallery opened its doors in New York in 1981. Since its inception, the principal focus has been to represent an internationally diverse group of contemporary artists with varying expertise in painting, sculpture, photography, conceptual art and multimedia installation.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “Curtain Up” at NYPL

    New York’s Broadway and London’s West End have long been the biggest destinations for live theater. “Curtain Up: Celebrating the Last 40 Years of Theatre in New York and London” — an exhibition on view at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts through June 30, 2017 — highlights how the theatre districts of both cities have flourished and developed since 1976.

  • MOFAD | NYC-ARTS News: Feb 16-23, 2017

    Arts news highlights: “CHOW: Making the Chinese American Restaurant” at MOFAD; “Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America” at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA); “Black Fashion Designers” and “Paris Refashioned, 1957-1968” at The Museum at FIT; August Wilson’s “Jitney” at Manhattan Theatre Club; Martha Graham Dance Company at The Joyce Theater.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: Peter Martins

    Paula Zahn speaks with Peter Martins, Ballet Master in Chief of the New York City Ballet, about the legacy of choreographer George Balanchine and the recent performances of the ballet company in Paris. Recorded for the Great Performances series, “New York City Ballet in Paris” and “New York City Ballet Symphony in C” will air on February 17 and February 24 at 9pm on PBS (check local listings).