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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.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: New York Jewish Film Festival

    Through January 24th, 2017 The Jewish Museum and the Film Society of Lincoln Center present the 26th annual New York Jewish Film Festival. Among the oldest and most influential Jewish film festivals worldwide, this festival showcases the finest narrative and documentary films from around the world that explore the diverse Jewish experience.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: January 12, 2017

    A profile of Amar Ramasar, principal dancer with the New York City Ballet. A visit to the Frick Collection for a look at a remarkable collection of paintings by Vermeer. And a conversation with Faith Ringgold — a painter, writer, speaker, mixed media sculptor and performance artist — about her work “Flying Home: Harlem Heroes and Heroines.”

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “The Babylon Line”

    THE BABYLON LINE runs through January 22 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. It’s 1967. A writer from bohemian Greenwich Village (played by Josh Radnor) commutes to Levittown to teach a creative writing class. His students discover the power of storytelling to alter their lives… And one special student (played by Elizabeth Reaser) ends up reawakening the teacher’s own artistic impulses.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: “The Silents Are Golden”

    Guided by renowned silent film accompanist and historian Ben Model, NYC-ARTS takes a look at a unique experience for movie-goers that evokes the early days of cinema.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: January 5, 2017

    Philippe de Montebello in conversation with Colin Bailey, Director of The Morgan Library & Museum. Then, guided by renowned silent film accompanist and historian Ben Model, NYC-ARTS takes a look at a unique experience for movie-goers that evokes the early days of cinema.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: “A Christmas Carol” at The Morgan

    NYC-ARTS takes a closer look at “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. Guided by Declan Kiely, curator of Literary & Historical Manuscripts at The Morgan Library & Museum, we are encouraged to reconsider the true meaning of Dickens’s work.