Closing night (Sunday, March 31) of the New Directors/New Films Festival features the New York premiere of "Our Nixon," an unprecedented, insider’s view of an American presidency. Also, the ND/NF Shorts: Program 2, which features six shorts.
Barnard professor of dance Lynn Garafola and a panel of professional dancers come together to share their experiences reinventing "The Rite of Spring," Igor Stravinsky and Vaslav Nijinsky ‘s avant-garde classic.
"New Wave Finland" co-curator Timothy Persons will lead Helsinki School artists in a conversation on their photographic processes, the Helsinki School, and new currents in international contemporary photography.
Tickets, postcards, timetables and transfers! New York Transit Museum's archives hold thousands of examples of "ephemera" and archivist Carey Stumm will show you treasures focused on Grand Central Terminal and the New York Central Railroad.
Soprano Diana Damrau tackles Verdi’s eternal heroine for the first time anywhere in Willy Decker’s inspiring production. Plácido Domingo expands his repertoire to sing the baritone role of Germont, Violetta’s tormentor.
The opera that conquered London in Handel’s time comes to the Met in David McVicar’s inventive production—which triumphed at its Glyndebourne premiere in 2005. The Guardian praised McVicar’s “witty, sexy, and tragic post-colonial framing of Handel’s Caesar and Cleopatra tale,” which incorporates elements of Baroque theater and 19th-century British imperialism ...
Led by Dorrit Matson, Music Director and Conductor, musicians from the New York Scandia Symphony present a spirited performance featuring some of Scandinavia’s most beloved music, including works by Rued Langgaard (1893 – 1952), Poul Ruders (b. 1949), Lars Erik Larsson (1908 – 1986), and Johan Helmich Roman (1694 – ...
Composer Judith Sainte Croix’s "Vision V" will be given its World Premiere by the American Composers Orchestra and George Manahan, Music Director and Conductor, as part of the orchestra’s coLABoratory: Playing It Unsafe program.