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  • NYC-ARTS Profile: Moshe Safdie

    Philippe de Montebello in conversation with Moshe Safdie, an architect, urban planner, educator, and author who has embraced a comprehensive and humane design philosophy for over 50 years.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: Met Opera Highlights

    The Metropolitan Opera presents Gounod’s “Roméo et Juliette,” in a new production directed by Bartlett Sher. It stars Diana Damrau as Juliette and Vittorio Grigolo as Roméo in a run that goes through January 28th. A new cast will take over in March. Also among current Met Opera highlights, Rossini’s “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” with Peter Mattei reprising his portrayal of the barber Figaro.

  • AMNH | NYC-ARTS News: Jan 19-26, 2017

    Arts news highlights: An exhibition about Cuba at the American Museum of Natural History; “In Transit” at Circle In The Square Theatre; “You Say You Want A Revolution: American Artists and the Communist Party” at Galerie St. Etienne; Complexions Contemporary Ballet at The Joyce Theater; and BAMkids Film Festival.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: January 19, 2017

    Philippe de Montebello in conversation with Moshe Safdie, an architect, urban planner, educator, and author who has embraced a comprehensive and humane design philosophy for over 50 years.

  • Mirror Visions

    Mirror Visions Ensemble (MVE) celebrates its 25th anniversary at the Loreto Theater at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture with a concert showcasing the ensemble’s commitment to new work, including premieres of the four winning pieces from their Young Composer Competition.

  • Brooklyn Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    BAM hosts a free Brooklyn tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The community event features prominent civic leaders and a keynote address by Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi. Music performances include The Campbell Brothers and The Institutional Radio Choir. Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams to serve as Master of Ceremony. Additional events include a free screening of Ava DuVernay’s 13th.

  • La Medea

    Embracing the complexity of conflicting cultural lenses, La Medea reconsiders female archetypes such as the “abandoned heroine”, “the hysterical woman” and “the dangerous foreigner.” As the Greek chorus helps humanize Medea’s shocking actions, La Medea exposes real chaos under the skin of a classic myth. Directed, performed, filmed, edited and streamed in real time, La Medea comes to life in Brooklyn and around the world.

  • Nai-Ni Chen: Year of the Rooster

    A delight for the entire family, the Year of the Rooster combines the elegance of traditional Asian art and the beauty of American modern dance with thrilling choreography, exotic music and dazzling acrobats to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

  • New Jersey Performing Arts Center

    The New Jersey Performing Arts Center, by celebrating diversity, shall be America’s foremost urban presenter of arts and entertainment, a creative and effective leader in arts education for children, a convener of useful and enlightening civic engagement events, and a catalyst for economic development in its home city of Newark.

  • Works & Process: War Paint

    In advance of the Broadway opening, Works & Process offers a behind-the-scenes look into the newest musical by librettist Doug Wright, composer Scott Frankel, lyricist Michael Korie, and director Michael Greif. Two-time Tony Award winners Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole star as America’s first major female entrepreneurs and relentless and legendary rivals, Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden. LuPone and Ebersole join the creative team for a moderated discussion and performance excerpts.