Pianist Simone Dinnerstein and singer-songwriter Tift Merritt join forces in Night, a unique collaboration uniting folk, rock and classical worlds, exploring common terrain and uncovering new musical landscapes.
Third-year singers from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts perform song repertoire in recital with faculty pianists from the Marcus Institute and the Collaborative Piano Department.FREE concert; no tickets required
Widely regarded as the world’s preeminent woodwind quintet, the New York Woodwind Quintet, in residence at the Juilliard School since 1988, continue their legacy as performers and pedagogues as they enter their 65th season
Author Rebecca Riger Tsurumi and fellow writers and scholars Araceli Tinajero and Miguel Angel Zapata will discuss Tsurumi’s acclaimed new book, which explores Peruvian attitudes toward the Japanese since their arrival in Peru in 1899.
Amy Hausmann, Assistant Director of MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design leads this lunchtime tour of the exhibition, celebrating the architecture, crowds, iconography, and poetic's of Grand Central. The exhibit features site-specific work by notable artists Jim Campbell, Penelope Umbrico, Lothar Osterburg, Patrick Jacobs, Paul Himmel, Olive Ayhens, London ...
See what has people buzzing when Yuja Wang performs Beethoven’s Concerto No. 4 with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony. Plus, the symphony performs Mahler's Ninth Symphony in its final Carnegie Hall appearance of the season.
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.