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Nick Cave will transform Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall with a herd of 30 colorful life-size horses that will peacefully “graze” and periodically break into choreographed movement accompanied by live music by two harpists.
Each year New Directors/New Films unveils a brand-new lineup of fresh faces on the filmmaking scene.
Jeremy Denk is an extraordinary musician whose intelligent programs leave audiences both amazed by his virtuosity and stimulated by his musical depth. On this program, he plays works by Liszt, Bach, Beethoven and Bartók.
Alec Baldwin, Ben Foster and Tom Sturridge star in Lyle Kessler’s 1983 play, in which two orphaned brothers live in a decrepit North Philadelphia row house and kidnap a rich, older man.
The exhibition "Blues for Smoke" at the Whitney is accompanied by a series of concerts, performances and readings showcasing the enduring legacy and innovative possibilities of the blues in contemporary music and live art.