Prejean once ministered to men on death row, and her experiences is the topic for the opera Dead Man Walking
The opera and ballet fans' guide to where they can view live broadcasts.
This season marks the longtime dancer's final one with the company.
Jake Heggie's opera is based on a memoir about death row and asks uncomfortable questions about America's death penalty.
NYBC's leaders Jonathan Stafford and Wendy Whelan have crafted a season that sums up the ballet's history.
A conversation with the New York Philharmonic’s new President & CEO reveals a man who has been living and breathing orchestral music his entire life.
This annual Scottish tradition is like the Super Bowl halftime show on steroids, and is a must-see.
The sites where opera and classical music fans can watch their favorites perform around the world.
The National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America, which trains young musician, celebrates its 10th year.
She danced at the company for 22 years before ascending to her current position.
This month, the long-touring musical adaptation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame celebrates a milestone at Lincoln Center.
The new production is a collaboration between American Ballet Theatre and The Royal Ballet.
Lincoln Center's campus-wide celebration of the arts returns, with a Parable of the Sower opera and a flamingo pool that's made for selfies.
A look at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's prestigious three-year residency.
Inside Simon McBurney and Nathalie Stutzmann new, off-kilter version of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte.
The longtime leader of the classical music institution is stepping down after 15 years, but she doesn't plan to stay away completely.
The Tony-winning director is making his Met debut.
The Little Shop of Horrors star and Tony nominee is making his opera debut in Terence Blanchard's Champion, onstage at The Met through May 13.
This masterwork from George Balanchine has never left the company's repertoire.
Now playing at the Met, Champion follows the life of the boxer Emile Griffith, who was closeted.
In April, Schiff will lead the NY Phil as a conductor and a soloist.
Juilliard415's upcoming Alice Tully Hall concerts are April 1 and, with Juilliard and professional dancers, May 1.
The company will perform Crystal Pite’s Angels’ Atlas, which was the last show they premiered before the COVID-19 pandemic.
In her Artists at the Center series for New York City Center, the choreographer is pairing tap dancers at different stages of their careers together.
When the Grammy-nominated violinist was tapped to be the new artistic director of the American Composers Orchestra (ACO), it was a dream he didn't even knew he had.
Get a closer look at the art pieces around the new venue, including a bust of Paul Robeson and a gigantic video installation.
Directors Lear deBessonet, Josh Rhodes, and Chay Yew discuss how directing Encores! is like an episode of Scooby Doo.
Beginning March 12, the German baritone appears in his first Verdi opera with the Metropolitan Opera in Falstaff.
This spring includes concert performances of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and Messiaen’s Turangalîla-symphonie.
For his version of Wagner opera at the Metropolitan Opera, director François Girard went for a cosmic, fantastical setting.
After leading Fedora earlier this season, the soprano is back at the Metropolitan Opera as Norma.
The composer returns to the Metropolitan Opera with a new futuristic take on Wagner's epic.
It has partnered with the Interlochen Center for the Arts to present LIBERATION, dedicated to Black artists and social justice.
Museum director Olesia Ostrovska-Liuta describes how artists are creating work in bomb shelters, helping fund the fight against Russia, and (in some cases) dying for their cause.
The longtime institution is commissioning new work with its performers in mind.
The pianist continues her three-season Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall.
Despite war, life and art goes on—the Lviv National Philharmonic is currently embarking on a U.S. tour.
The one-night-only concert featured selections from across her career, with songs from Aida, The Lion King, The Bodyguard, Into the Woods, and more.
She will be the first Asian American woman commissioned by NYCB.
This season, the New York City Ballet premieres a new work by Justin Peck set to Copland's music. Here's why it's a perfect fit.
Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of DRIFT have created an artistic display that also dances.
It includes works by Wynton Marsalis, Terry Riley, and Reena Esmail, performed by students from the school’s New York and Tianjin campuses.
The two groups aren't just making music together, they're creating community and advocating for environmental justice.
The venue will allow audiences and artists to get up close and personal like never before.
"I've been crying my eyes out for a couple of days."
The show's director David McVicar on why the melodrama is an opportunity for "the leading lady to chew the scenery up.”
This season, the New York City Ballet is celebrating the composer, whose work took time to be fully appreciated.
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