Director Michael Mayer has placed his new production of Verdi’s towering tragedy in Las Vegas in 1960—an ideal setting for this eternal conflict of depravity and innocence. In this production, inspired by the antics of the Rat Pack, Piotr Beczala is the womanizing Duke of Mantua, with Željko Lucic as ...
What do a Long Island Rail Road Caboose, an electric locomotive, and the "Money Train" all have in common? This Earth Day weekend learn about the jobs these cars do to keep the world’s greenest subway system running cleanly and smoothly.
Jay Hunter Morris reprises his acclaimed portrayal of the title hero in The Ring's third installment, sharing the role with Lars Cleveman. Deborah Voigt and Katarina Dalayman alternate as Brünnhilde, Mark Delavan and Greer Grimsley are the Wanderer, and Eric Owens and Richard Paul Fink share Alberich, with Principal Conductor ...
Opening with the "Plague of Darkness" and closing with the "Parting of the Red Sea," this rarely heard, large-scale bel canto opera tells the familiar Bible story through a libretto by Andrea Leone Tottola and music that places Rossini directly in the lineage of Mozart.
This April, Dr. Arie-Gaifman (Director, 92nd Street Y Tisch Center for the Arts) invites violinist Christian Tetzlaff and pianist Alexander Lonquich to collaborate on Contrasts, a series which studies the work of Jörg Widmann, one of today’s most distinguished and sought-after composers, in juxtaposition with Mozart’s universally recognized musical genius.
Come to the open house on Saturday, April 10 from 1-3 pm to get a chance to see the space, meet Theater specialist Paul Leopold and program director Andrew Jannetti, ask questions and REGISTER for the summer program.
It's the New York Philharmonic. Just a bit more intimate. There’s something different about our chamber concerts. Each instrument, each note, each nuance is showcased. You won’t find a more intimate performance anywhere. We call it the Ensembles. You’ll call it an unforgettable experience.
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College (BCBC) welcomes Ballet-théâtre atlantique du Canada, performing the New York City premiere of their full-length contemporary ballet, "Amadeus." This piece touches on themes of isolation, envy, and the solitary life of the outsider.