Philippe de Montebello talks about some of the exhibitions on view at the Frick Collection. A behind the scenes look at the rehearsal process of Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, a world famous ensemble that has embraced a unique method of collective musicianship. And from DUMBO in Brooklyn, Christina Ha presents the arts and culture news from the new home of St. Ann’s Warehouse.

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> FUNDING FOR NYC ARTS IS MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALYNN P. WALTER.

JODIE AND JOHN ARNHOLD.

JEFFREY BROWN.

JOYCE COHEN.

IN MEMORY OF MARJORIE GRIMM.

THE SALLY AND AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

NYC ARTS IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

> FLEXIBILITY.

COORDINATION.

EXCELLENCE.

FIRST REPUBLIC PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT.

IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.

AND BY SWAN AUCTION GALLERIES.

WE HAVE A DIFFERENT WAY AT LOOKING AT AUCTIONS, OFFERING VINTAGE BOOKS AND FINE ARTS SINCE 1941, WORKING TO COMBINE KNOWLEDGE WITH ACCESSIBILITY.

WHETHER YOU'RE A LIFE-LONG COLLECTOR, FIRST-TIME BUYER OR LOOKING TO SELL.

INFORMATION AT SWAN GALLERIES.COM.

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> GOOD EVENING AND WELCOME TO NYC ARTS.

I'M ON LOCATION ON 70th STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.

IN THE 80 YEARS SINCE IT OPENED TO THE PUBLIC, IT HAS FULFILLED THE INTENTION OF THE FRICKS TO PREVENT THE EXTRAORDINARY ART COLLECTION AND MAGNIFICENT MANSION.

THE MUSEUM WAS ACCOMPANIED BY NATIONAL HEADLINES.

THE INAUGURATION WAS ATTENDED BY FIGURES FROM THE LITERAL AND SOCIAL WORLD, AND DECADES LATER, IT'S ONE OF THE CITY'S CULTURAL TREASURES.

IT INCLUDES MASTERPIECES BY SO MANY GREAT ARTISTS.

WHAT CHOICE DO I HAVE?

INCLUDED HERE ARE WORKS BY MANY GREAT ARTISTS.

WHEN FRICK SET OUT TO FURNISH HIS NEW RESIDENCE, HE WANTED TO REPRESENT THE GREATEST EUROPEAN COLLECTORS, WITH FURNITURE AND OBJECTS.

HE QUICKLY ASSEMBLED AN IMPRESSIVE SELECTION OF ARTS, INCLUDING VASES, POTPOURRI, COLLECTIONS, 18th CENTURY FRENCH PORCELAIN MANUFACTURING.

MANY OF THESE OBJECTS ARE FEATURED IN THE ONGOING EXHIBITION UP TO FIFTH AVENUE.

PORCELAIN AT THE COLLECTION.

THE EXHIBITION IS ON VIEW THROUGH NEXT APRIL.

VISITORS TO THE FRICK CAN ALSO SEE A SELECTION OF THEIR RENOUNCED AND ADMIRALS COLLECTION.

THE DIRECTOR OF THE FRICK COLLECTION HAS WRITTEN THE FIRST BOOK DEDICATED FULLY TO THE IMPORTANT COLLECTION HELD HERE.

LEMURGE ARE ONE OF THE MOST DISTINCTIVE ART FORMS OF THE FRENCH RENAISSANCE.

THE WIDE RANGE OF OBJECTS CAN BE FOUND HERE.

FROM OBJECTS LIKE CASKETS TO OBJECTS OF RELIGIOUS DEVOTION.

THEY WERE ASSEMBLED BY JOHN MORGAN AND SELECTED BY AN ART DEALER.

ALONG WITH MUSEUMS IN LONDON AND PARIS, THE COLLECTION STANDS TODAY AS ONE OF THE MAJOR MUSEUMS HOUSING IMPORTANT ENAMALS.

IN TANDEM WITH THE 80th ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR, THE CONCERT SERIES CELEBRATES ITS 77th SEASON WITH PERFORMANCES FROM THE FALL TO THE SPRING.

THE CONCERT SERIES IS ONE OF THE MOST CELEBRATED IN NEW YORK.

OVER THE YEARS, IT'S DELIGHTED TENS OF THOUSANDS OF VISITORS WITH A WIDE RANGE OF WORLD-CLASS PERFORMANCES BY SOLOISTS, CHAMBER MUSIC GROUPS AND EARLY MUSIC ENSEMBLES.

FOR COMPLETE PROGRAM INFORMATION, VISIT THE FRICK'S NOW, LET'S ENTER THE REALM OF GLORIOUS SOUND.

THE CHAMBER OCHESTRA HAS EMBRACED A UNIQUE METHOD OF COLLECTIVE MUSICIANSHIP.

FOUNDED IN 1972 BY A GROUP OF LIKE-MINDED MUSICIAN, THEY WERE SEEKING FREEDOM FROM THE TRADITIONAL MAESTROS.

INSTEAD, THEY WERE CLOSELY IN THE REHEARSAL PROCESS DISCOVERING THE GROUP CONSCIOUSNESS FOR THE TEMPO, PHRASING AND INTERPRETATION OF THE SCORE.

THE PROCESS HAS BECOME A TRADEMARK SYSTEM OF COLLABORATION.

BASED ON ROTATING LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVE TEAM BUILDING, IT HAS ALSO BEEN USED AS A TRAINING TOOL OUTSIDE OF THE WORLD OF MUSIC IN BUSINESS AND ACADEMIC SETTINGS.

TONIGHT, WE OFFER A RARE GLIMPSE OF THE ORCHESTRA AT WORK IN RESIDENCE UPTOWN AT RIVERSIDE CHURCH.

YOU CAN ENJOY THE ORCHESTRA IN PERFORMANCE AT CARNEGIE HALL ON DECEMBER 5th AND AGAIN IN JANUARY.

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> MUSIC IS A VEHICLE THAT ALLOWS YOU TO GET IN TOUCH WITH YOURSELF AND ALSO WITH WHAT I WOULD CALL A GREATER BEAUTY IN YOUR LIFE.

AND SO WHEN WE REHEARSE, THAT'S REALLY WHAT WE GO FOR.

WE WANT TO PLAY EVERYTHING LIKE IT'S THE LAST TIME WE'RE PLAYING IT.

THERE'S AN INTENSITY TO IT THAT'S VERY DIFFERENT FROM A GROUP THAT SITS ON STAGE EVERY WEEKEND AND JUST SORT OF SHOWS UP AND CLOCKS IN AND DOES WHAT THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO DO.

FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES, IT'S AN ORCHESTRA BUT IT FUNCTIONS LIKE A SMALLER CHAMBER GROUP.

I HEAR THE RESTS AND IT'S GOOD, BUT WHEN WE PLAY IT ON THE PIANO --

THERE IS A CORE WITHIN THE ORCHESTRA THAT STARTS THE REHEARSAL PROCESS.

IT'S USUALLY THE PRINCIPLE STRING PLAYERS.

MAYBE THE WINDS -- ARE YOU GUYS ABLE TO COME AWAY A LITTLE BIT FROM THE NOTES IN THIS SECTION?

IT'S VERY, VERY DIFFERENT FROM A TRADITIONAL ORCHESTRA, WHERE THE CONDUCTOR IS REALLY THE FINAL END ALL SAY OF WHAT HAPPENS ON STAGE.

SO YOU GET A GROUP DYNAMIC THAT DEVELOPS OVER A REHEARSAL PROCESS THAT'S DIFFERENT FROM A TRADITIONAL ORCHESTRA.

AWKWARD.

167.

I FEEL LIKE WE START, AND IT GETS A LITTLE BIT.

152.

HALF NOTE ON THE DOWN BEAT.

IT'S DROWNING OUT WHAT COMES AT THE END OF THE BAR.

MAYBE I'LL LOCK IN WITH YOU AND GIVE IT A DOWN BEAT.

SOME OF US COME FROM BIGGER ORCHESTRAS WITH CONDUCTORS, WHERE OUR INDIVIDUAL OPINION IS NOT THOUGHT.

THE THING THAT'S UNIQUE IS, FOR MANY OF US, THIS IS A PLACE WHERE WE CAN COME AND BE FULLY INVESTED AND A PART OF THE PROCESS.

IT'S BUM, BUM, BUM.

ALMOST A KIND OF LITTLE BIT OF -- I'M NOT SAYING SLOW DOWN.

WE'RE NOT DOING AWAY WITH THE CONDUCTOR.

WE'RE ESSENTIALLY SHARING THE ROLE OF THE CONDUCTOR.

WE'RE SAYING THAT, OKAY, HERE ARE ALL THESE ISSUES THAT HAVE TO BE TAKEN CARE OF, WHETHER IT'S ENSEMBLE, EXECUTION, INTONATION OR INTERPRETATION.

HE DOESN'T WANT TO RUSH.

LET'S NOT THEN.

STABLE.

IT'S AN OPEN PROCESS.

MUSICIANS HAVE A SAY.

I THINK WE CAN BE A LITTLE FIERCER ABOUT THAT.

OKAY.

DO WE HAVE TIME TO START SOMETHING ELSE?

START ANOTHER MOVEMENT.

WE HAVE A FEW MINUTES.

THIRD MOVEMENT, YES.

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OKAY, SO SORRY.

THERE'S A LOT OF WORKING OUT AT ANY GIVEN PASSAGE.

WHO IS LEADING?

WHO IS STARTING THE PASSAGE?

WHO IS SETTING THE TEMPO?

IN THE STRINGS, IT TENDS TO BE A BIG HEAD NOD OR NOD OF THE INSTRUMENT, OR THE WAY YOU LIFT YOUR BOW BEFORE YOU ATTACK.

IN TERMS OF KEEPING IT TOGETHER AND CUES AND EVERYTHING, I'M LOOKING AT THE CONCERT MASTER A LOT, JUST FOR MAIN CUES.

PERSONALLY, I DON'T LOOK AT A LOT OF PEOPLE.

I JUST PLAY.

I LISTEN A LOT.

THAT'S WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO, YOU HAVE TO LISTEN.

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DON'T MOVE THE BAR.

THE STRINGS, YOU KNOW, THEY'RE A DIFFERENT ANIMAL THAN WE ARE.

SECOND AND FOURTH 8s GENERALLY LIGHTER.

THAT SHOULD BE DIFFERENT.

THAT'S WHY THEY PLAY A STRINGED INSTRUMENT AND WE PLAY A WIND INSTRUMENT.

WE'RE DIFFERENT.

BUT AS WIND PLAYERS, SURE, WE LIKE TO REHEARSE, NOT AS MUCH AS THE STRINGS DO, I THINK.

YOU KNOW?

GETTING THERE.

LET'S PRACTICE IT ONE MORE TIME.

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STOP.

IS THERE SOME WAY TO KEEP THOSE, YOU KNOW, SO IT DOESN'T DIP?

WE OFTEN, IF POSSIBLE, ALWAYS SEND OUT A MEMBER TO LISTEN OUT IN THE VIRTUAL AUDIENCE SPACE.

THAT IS BECAUSE IT'S SHOCKING HOW DIFFERENT THE PERSPECTIVE IS WHEN YOU'RE NOT IN THE MIDDLE OF PLAYING.

WHEN YOU'RE NOT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GROUP, WHEN YOU HAVE SOUND ALL AROUND YOU, BUT YOU'RE OUT IN THE HALL WITH THE GROUP SOUND COMING AT YOU.

YEAH, I FEEL LIKE THERE SHOULDN'T BE TOO MUCH HAPPENING YET.

I LIKE THAT THE SOUND IS NOWHERE YET.

IT'S FAR, FAR AWAY.

FAR AWAY, YEAH.

I PLAYED IT RECENTLY IN ANOTHER SETTING, SO I FELT COMFORTABLE WITH MY OWN PART.

I FELT IT WAS A GOOD PIECE FOR ME TO BE OUT IN THE HALL LISTENING.

THEN IT'S A QUESTION OF TRYING TO LISTEN WITH FRESH EARS, AS IF YOU ARE THE AUDIENCE.

WHAT WORKS?

WHAT DOESN'T WORK?

IT LURCHED A LITTLE BIT.

YEAH.

I'D LIKE IT TO BE ONE --

PACE.

I GOT INTO THIS BUSINESS BECAUSE I WANT TO HEAR MUSIC.

SO EVERY TIME I HAVE THE CHANCE TO GO INTO THE REHEARSAL, I TAKE IT.

I THINK WHAT I'M LISTENING FOR IS WHAT ALL THE MUSICIANS ARE LISTENING FOR.

FIRST OF ALL, BALANCE.

SECOND OF ALL, PHRASING AND INTERPRETATION.

WITH THIS SERENADE, IT'S SOMETHING THAT'S OFTEN PLAYED, VERY EASY TO LISTEN TO, VERY ENJOYABLE MUSIC.

BUT WE PLAY IT DIFFERENTLY EVERY TIME IT'S PLAYED.

THIS IS MAYBE THE GREATEST BALLET COMPOSER EVER.

IT'S A ROMANTIC WORK.

THERE'S A LOT OF AREA FOR TEMPO CHANGES AND CHARACTER CHANGES.

THERE'S A VERY STARK CHANGE AT THE END OF THE PIECE, WHERE THE LAST MOVEMENT, WHICH IS VERY FAST, LOT OF FAST NOTES, BECOMES ENTER THIS ALMOST BRICK WALL.

HE BRINGS BACK THE OPENING OF THE PIECE, THE INTRODUCTION.

SO THERE'S SO MUCH ENERGY BUILT UP THAT, I THINK, YOU KNOW, YOU CAN EITHER -- YOU CAN EITHER TRANSITION INTO THAT SECTION, OR YOU CAN MAKE IT A VERY EXTREME CONTRAST.

DO WE WANT TO GIVE AWAY THAT SO MUCH?

I FELT LIKE EVERYBODY WANTED TO SLOW UP THERE, BUT I THINK WE SHOULDN'T.

IT'S SO DRAMATIC.

KEEP IT GOING.

THEN YOU HIT THIS INCREDIBLE WALL.

GOOD.

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SO IN AND OF ITSELF, IT IS THE ARTIST.

IT'S ABOUT MUSIC AT THE END OF THE DAY.

IT'S NOT ABOUT STAR POWER.

THIS IS A DIFFERENT BUSINESS.

SO WE DO THAT WITH EVERY CONCERT.

WE'RE ALWAYS TRYING TO PUSH THE ENVELOPE A LITTLE BIT, CHALLENGE OURSELVES SOMEWHAT.

TO ME, THAT'S REALLY WHAT ULTIMATELY MAKES THE ORCHESTRA GO.

WE REALLY WANT TO BRING OUT SOMETHING IMPORTANT, SOMETHING WORTHY FOR YOU TO FOCUS ON EVERY TIME WE PLAY THIS MUSIC.

OUR JOB IS NOT PRIMARILY TO ENTERTAIN YOU, OUR JOB IS PRIMARILY TO MAKE YOU LISTEN AND MAKE YOU THINK.

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> NYC ARTS ISN'T ONLY AVAILABLE ON THURSDAYS.

IT'S ALSO ON THE WEB.

PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT NYC-ARTS.ORG, WHERE YOU CAN WATCH CLIPS AND LEARN MORE ABOUT INSTITUTIONS AND EVENTS FEATURED ON THIS SHOW.

WHAT WE DECIDED TO DO WITH THE PARTNER IN THE EXHIBITION IS LOOK AT THE ARTIST AND HIS WORKSHOP, HOW DRAWING WERE THE VITAL PART OF THE WORKSHOP AND HOW IT CREATED THE ULTIMATE WORK.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE LATEST IN ARTS AND CULTURE IN OUR AREA, HERE IS CHRISTINA WITH THE NYC ARTS NEWS.

> HI, I'M CHRISTINA WITH THE NYC ARTS NEWS.

WE'RE ON THE ROOF OF THE NEW ST.

ANN'S WAREHOUSE IN BROOKLYN.

THIS 35-YEAR-OLD PERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTION HAS CONVERTED THIS FORMER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INTO A STATE OF THE ART THEATER.

BEHIND ME IS THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE.

WHEN IT WAS BUILT IN THE 19th CENTURY, THIS AREA WAS A BUSY MANUFACTURING DISTRICT OF WAREHOUSES AND FACTORIES.

TODAY, YOU'LL FIND A BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT PARK AND A NEIGHBORHOOD OF TECH FIRMS AND GALLERIES.

ST. ANN'S WAREHOUSE IS PERFECTLY SITUATED TO BECOME THE AREA'S CULTURAL CENTER.

WHILE IT'S NOT ALWAYS HAD A PERMANENT SPACE, ST. ANN'S WAREHOUSE HAS ALWAYS CREATED A HOME FOR INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES.

ST. ANN'S HAS ALSO CHAMPIONED INNOVAIVE AMERICAN THEATER ENSEMBLES LIKE THE WOOSTER GROUP.

THE INAUGURAL THEATER SEASON OF THIS VENUE KICKS OFF WITH THE RETURN OF A WAREHOUSE, PRESENTING THE SECOND PLAY IN ITS TRILOGY OF ALL FEMALE SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTIONS, HENRY IV.

NEXT YEAR, OTHER REGULARS RETURN WITH AMERICAN PREMIERES.

'THE LAST HOTEL' IS PART OF PROTOTYPE, THE INNOVATIVE FESTIVAL OF NEW OPERA.

LABAPALOOZA FROM THE PUPPET LAB.

NICE FISH.

THE YOUNG MODERN DAY PRODUCTION OF A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, WITH ANDERSON, BEN FOSTER AND VANESSA KIRBY.

IN THE SPRING, ST. ANN'S WELCOMES THE WELSH CIRCUS COMPANY, WHICH WILL SET UP ITS TENT OUTSIDE THE THEATER UNDER THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE.

THE SOLOISTS COME TO LINCOLN CENTER FOR THEIR ANNUAL BENEFIT GALA CONCERT.

THEY'RE JOINED BY ONE OF NYC ART'S FAVORITE MUSICIANS.

THIS ENSEMBLE OF INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS WELCOMES SOLOISTS FOR A PERFORMANCE OF THE RARELY HEARD DOUBLE CONCERTO BY MAX BROOKS.

THIS CONDUCTORLESS STRING ORCHESTRA, WHICH OFTEN FEATURES EMERGING ARTISTS, WILL BE JOINED BY WILLIAM.

FOR SELECTIONS FROM MENDELSON'S DOUBLE CONCERTO.

NYC ART'S PAULA HOSTS THE EVENT AND WILL JOIN ALUMNI FOR THE PREMIERE OF A NEW WORK.

THE SOLOISTS PERFORM AT ALICE TULLY HALL.

DEDICATED TO AN ARTIST IN ITS NEW HOME.

THE CHOICE FOR THIS HONOR IS PERHAPS A SURPRISING ONE.

THE WHITNEY OWS NONE OF THIS AFRICAN-AMERICAN ARTIST'S WORKS.

IT EXPANDS ITS OWN DEFINITION OF MODERNISM.

ARCHIBALD INCLUDES 42 PAINTINGS SPANNING 1919 TO 1963.

IT'S A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE SUCH A LARGE SELECTION OF HIS RELATIVELY SMALL SURVIVING BODY OF WORK.

THOUGH THE ARTIST WORKED IN CHICAGO MOST OF HIS LIFE, HE WAS ALSO INSPIRED BY JAZZ-AGE PARIS AND VISITS TO MEXICO.

THE EXHIBITION INCLUDES THE ARTIST'S PORTRAITS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS AND PEOPLE OF MIXED RACE, AND PICTURES OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN NEIGHBORHOOD ON THE SOUTH SIDE THAT HE KNEW SO WELL.

THE TONY-WINNING ROCK MUSICAL 'SPRING AWAKENING' RETURNS TO THE GREAT WHITE WAY AT THE DEATH WEST THEATER.

NO CHANGES WERE MADE TO THE ORIGINAL BOOK AND LYRICS, OR THE MUSIC.

BUT THE PRODUCTION BREAKS NEW GROUND WITH A PERFORMANCE IN BOTH SPOKEN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE.

THE PRODUCTION INCLUDES EIGHT DEAF ACTORS, EIGHT HEARING ACTORS AND SEVEN ON-STAGE MUSICIANS.

THE DEAF ACTORS ARE PLACED FRONT AND CENTER IN THIS PRODUCTION, ADDING ANOTHER LAYER TO THIS TRAGIC TRAUMA ABOUT ADOLESCENT SEXUALITY IN A REPRESSED COMMUNITY.

♪ YOU WANT JUST A KISS GOOD NIGHT ♪

THE CAST INCLUDES EMMY-AWARD WINNING ACTRESS CATHERINE MANHAIM.

ALSO, THE FIRST ACTOR IN A WHEELCHAIR ON BROADWAY.

HEAD TO THE MUSEUM TO VIEW A MYSTERIOUS CASH OF GOLDEN OBJECTS FROM THE PHILIPPINES.

PHILIPPINE GOLD, TREASURES OF FORGOTTEN KINGDOMS, SHOWCASES OBJECTS RANGING FROM THE 10th TO THE 13th CENTURIES.

MANY OF WHICH WERE NOT DISCOVERED UNTIL THE LATE 20th CENTURY.

THE EXHIBITION INCLUDES SOME 120 WORKS.

EXQUISITE JEWELRY, EARRINGS, BANGLES, BELT BUCKLES AND OTHER THINGS, AS WELL AS MASKS.

THEY HIGHLIGHT THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF LITTLE KNOWN PHILIPPINE KINGDOMS THAT FLOURISHED LONG BEFORE THE SPANISH DISCOVERED THE REGION AND COLONIZED IT IN THE 16th CENTURY.

THE 50th ANNIVERSARY FOR ANY CULTURAL ICON COULD BE THE TIME TO GET CROWD-PLEASING GREATEST HITS OR MARK THE MOMENT WITH SOMBER REFLECTION.

A CHOREOGRAPHER IS NOT ONE TO TAKE IT ALL TOO SERIOUSLY.

SHE CELEBRATES HER COMPANY'S ANNIVERSARY WITH A TEN-WEEK, CROSS COUNTRY CELEBRATION, SHOWCASING TWO BRAND-NEW DANCES.

DOESN'T GET CAUGHT UP IN CLASSICAL CONVENTION.

SHE PLAYS UP HER SENSE OF HUMOR WITH A WORK SET TO A WILD AND JAZZY SCORE.

DON'T MISS THE LAST STOP ON THIS JOYOUS 50th ANNIVERSARY TOUR AT LINCOLN CENTER, NOVEMBER 17th THROUGH THE 22nd.

THAT'S THE NYC ARTS NEWS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CULTURAL EVENTS IN OUR AREA, SIGN UP FOR OUR FREE WEEKLY E-MAIL AT NYC-ARTS.ORG/E-MAIL.

WE'LL KEEP YOU UP TO DATE ALL YEAR ROUND.

FROM THE ST. ANN'S WAREHOUSE IN BROOKLYN, I'M CHRISTINA HA.

> HELLO.

I'M RAFAEL.

WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER.

ALL YEAR ROUND, NEW YORKERS AND GUESTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD VISIT THIS CULTURAL MECCA FOR ITS THEATERS OVERFLOWING WITH THE BEST IN MUSIC, OPERA, DANCE AND FILM.

THIS WEEK AT LINCOLN CENTER, LU LU AT THE METROPOLITAN OPERA.

IT'S A TRAGEDY OF A SEXUALLY IRRESISTIBLE WOMAN WHO DESTROYS THE LIVES OF ALL AROUND HER.

A SOUTH AFRICAN BORN ARTIST IS KNOWN FOR COMBINING DRAWING, AN -- ANIMATION, FILM MAKING AND COLLAGE.

PETTERSON, WHO SUNG THE ROLE TO LULU DURING NINE PREVIOUS PRODUCTIONS IS THE STAR.

THIS WILL GO ON THROUGH DECEMBER 3rd.

THE NOVEMBER 21st MATINEE WILL BE TRANSMITTED WORLDWIDE AS PART OF THE 10th SEASON OF THE METS LIVE IN HD SERIES, WHICH NOW REACHING MORE THAN 2,000 MOVIE THEATERS IN 70 COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD.

FOR DETAILS, VISIT MET OPERA.ORG.

> FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT EVENTS AT LINCOLN CENTER, VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT LINCOLN CENTER.ORG.

> WE HOPE YOU'VE ENJOYED OUR PROGRAM THIS EVENING.

FROM THE FRICK COLLECTION AT FIFTH AVENUE AND 70th STREET, GOOD NIGHT AND SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

> NEXT WEEK ON NYC ARTS, IN CONVERSATION WITH THE NEWLY APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF THE MORGAN LIBRARY AND MUSEUM.

IT'S WONDERFUL TO SEE IN ADDITION, OBVIOUSLY, TO THE PERMANENT COLLECTIONS, THESE EXHIBITIONS THAT BRING CERTAIN WORKS OF ART INTO FOCUS AND TO ADD TO WHAT IS THERE ALREADY.

YOU HAVE A MIX ON AT THE MOMENT.

AT THE MOMENT, OUR SEASON IS A VERY VIBRANT ONE.

FIRST, A GROUP OF DRAWINGS, PRINTS AND SCULPTURES.

THEN WE HAVE A SHOW THAT CELEBRATES THE GIFT OF AROUND 50 BOOKS RELATED MATERIALS TO THE GRAPHIC ARTS.

> THEN CURATOR OF FILM AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ARTS TALKS ABOUT THE 80th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FILM DEPARTMENT.

THE GREAT THING ABOUT MOMAS FILM COLLECTION IS IT HAS A POINT OF VIEW.

IT HAS A PERSONALITY, YOU CAN SAY.

THAT PERSONALITY IS BASED ON THE CURATORS THAT HAVE INFLUENCED IT.

FROM ONE SCIENTIFIC BODY WAS OBTAINED A CHECK FOR $120,000, TO TRY AND HALT THE DESTRUCTION OF MAN'S NEGLECTED TRESURE OF FILM.

NEW YORK'S FILM LIBRARY BEGAN TO GATHER MOVING PICTURES AND KEEP THEM AS CAREFULLY AS OTHER LIBRARIES COLLECT RARE MANUSCRIPTS.

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> FUNDING FOR NYC ARTS IS MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALYNN P. WALTER.

JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD.

ELISE AND JEFFREY BROWN.

JOYCE V.COWEN.

IN MEMORY OF GRIMM.

THE ARTS FOUNDATION AND CRUMB HOLTZ FOUNDATION.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE AFFAIRS N PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

NYC ARTS IS MADE POSSIBLE, IN PART, BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

FLEXIBILITY.

COORDINATION.

EXCELLENCE.

FIRST REPUBLIC PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT.

IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.

AND BY SWAN AUCTION GALLERIES.

SWAN AUCTION GALLERIES, WE HAVE A DIFFERENT WAY OF LOOKING AT AUCTIONS.

OFFERING VINTAGE BOOKS AND FINE ARTS SINCE 1941.

COMBINING KNOWLEDGE WITH ACCESSIBILITY.

WHETHER YOU'RE A LIFELONG COLLECTOR, FIRST TIME BUYER, INFORMATION AT SWAN AUCTION GALLERIES.COM.