A profile of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and a look at Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” at The Museum of Modern Art.
NYC-ARTS Full Episode: October 3, 2013
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra is well known for world-class music performed with intricate delicacy, as well as for their close-knit, democratic rehearsal techniques. NYC-ARTS presents a behind the scenes look at the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra rehearsal process.
From The Jewish Museum, Christina Ha presents the latest arts and culture news. Among the highlights: the "Composer Portraits" series at the Miller Theatre at Columbia University, two films and an exhibition featuring the work of 17th-century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, and the ...
New York City Ballet concludes its 2013 Fall season with a contemporary choreographers program featuring The Four Temperaments, Episodes, Duo Concertant, and Symphony in Three Movements. The fall season runs through October 13th at the David H. Koch Theater.
Museum of Modern Art Curator Ann Temkin talks in-depth about Claude Monet's famous "Water Lilies" and the artist's life when he painted it.
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