The Grammy winner is playing a series of concerts this season at the newly renovated David Geffen Hall.
The two singers will pay tribute to the two true innovators and iconic performers in upcoming Carnegie Hall solo shows.
And the players of the New York Philharmonic says its a big improvement over the old space.
On December 4 and 6, the countertenor will perform a Handel and Vivaldi program with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
The group welcomes a new member and premieres a trio of new works November 30 and April 18 at Lincoln Center.
The superstar soprano sings alongside Kelli O’Hara and Joyce DiDonato in the new operatic adaptation of the Michael Cunningham novel.
Thomas made his Metropolitan Opera debut in 2005 in a supporting role in Don Carlo. Now he's returning to the opera, as the title character.
The two will play a challenging double piano concerto with the New York Philharmonic.
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Paul Taylor Dance Company opens its 2022 New York season November 1 at Lincoln Center.
Artistic Directors Sascha Radetsky and Kevin McKenzie chat about the Studio Company's successes and their hopes for the future.
The choreographer takes another leap at pushing ballet’s boundaries with ABT’s first all-Black production.
Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room and Nine Sinatra Songs begins at New York City Center October 19.
Artistic Directors Wu Han and David Finckel on the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s 2022–23 season.
The Grammy winner shares what's in store for the season-long residency, featuring collaborations with Francesco Turrisi, Our Native Daughters, and Silkroad Ensemble, launching October 15.
The principal dancer says “it’s time for others to dance” as she looks to her farewell performance this season in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.
Luigi Cherubini's opera Medea is a showcase for the soprano singing the title role, and in Sondra Radvanovsky, David McVicar’s production has a supreme artist at the peak of her powers.
The upcoming Fall Fashion Gala will include works from Abraham and Reisen as well as Resident Choreographer Justin Peck.
The world premiere of Adams' take on the tale from ancient history finds its setting in the 20th century.
For the first time in three long years, international companies return to the festival stage.
Mozart’s original Requiem and a new musical “transformation” of it will be performed during the festival.
In ballet and opera, non-dancing performers known as supers contribute to the stage picture.
Goldberg will perform as part of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Summer Evenings concert on July 13.
McKenzie is stepping down from his position after 30 years.
Now the artistic director of Pacific Northwest Ballet, Boal talks about bringing his own company to the Koch Theater June 22–26.
American Ballet Theatre presents the New York premiere of Of Love and Rage June 20–25.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates Battle’s 10th anniversary season June 15–19.
Rana, recipient of The Ackman Classical Piano Prize, comes to the New York Philharmonic June 2–4.
Bliss returns to The Met for the first time since his 2020 appearance as Ferrando in Così fan tutte.
On the eve of the revival of the Metropolitan Opera’s landmark production of Glass’ work, the opera star reflects on its career-defining power.
Simon Stone’s present-day staging moves the action to America’s Rust Belt and utilizes no cyclorama.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is set to perform Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals and other animal-inspired works.
Brett Dean's Hamlet will run May 13-June 9.
Joachim discusses her piece, Family, commissioned by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for the orchestra and IN UNISON Chorus.
Architects of Time premieres May 5 as the centerpiece of New York City Ballet's 2022 Stravinsky Festival.
New York City Ballet’s Art Series returns this spring with an installation by LeWitt.
Kalish talks with percussionist Ian David Rosenbaum in advance of the Chamber Music Society's presentation of Crumb's Ancient Voices of Children.
The music video is a tribute to dance and the return of live entertainment.
Stone’s new staging of Lucia di Lammermoor opens at the Metropolitan Opera on April 23.
Tanowitz talks about her two pieces running at NYCB this spring.
Artistic Director Manuel Liñán on breaking new ground in a traditional form.
For Batiste, it's all about building on what came before.
Gelb discusses the responsibilities of arts institutions in the midst of global conflict.
With Reflet d’un temps disparu, Chen masters the delicate balancing act of being true to his home country, his new home, and his own voice.
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