Enjoy the ballet outdoors, at sunset, this Sunday at the Paul Milstein Reflecting Pool at the Hearst Plaza of Lincoln Center. Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon’s “After the Rain,” will be performed by New York City Ballet principal dancer Wendy Whelan ,with fellow corp dancer Craig Hall.
Lincoln Center's White Light Festival has come a long way from its inception in 2010. A spiritual journey inward, the festival returns this season with a similar imagination.
The American Classical Orchestra will showcase music by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Beethoven at their opening night 30th anniversary concert on September 23 at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center.
A new adaptation reverses the usual age dynamic in a production imported from Sydney, Australia at Lincoln Center through August 16.
One of the most unusual offerings of Mostly Mozart this summer is a new production by the Mark Morris Dance Group of Handel’s opera 'Acis and Galatea' at Lincoln Center on August 7-9.
Lincoln Center is currently hosting the Bolshoi Ballet for a two-week residency, during which the company will perform three famous ballets.
Bartlett Sher will direct a new revival at Lincoln Center next year, while Australian audiences can see Phillips reprise the role he played on Broadway in 1996.
The recent stage performance at Lincoln Center of Sondheim's classic dark musical starring Bryn Terfel and Emma Thompson will be broadcast on PBS in September. But first, Terfel will reprise the role in his native Wales.
Emerson continues their exploration of the late quartets of Shostakovich, who is surely one of the masters of the 20th-century form. Interestingly enough, Emerson's program will pair Shostakovich's 13th and 14th quartets with the third one of Benjamin Britten.
So, Bach hated opera because of its lazy audience. And yet his most operatic work, the St. Matthew Passion, constantly engages, asking questions about the role of an audience in that very production. If only there were a Socratic maestro--and a German ensemble--who could highlight such a line of inquiry?
The Tony-winning Titanic: The Musical is getting a one-off performance featuring the original cast, which includes over 200 singers, alongside the skilled New York Chamber Orchestra. The musical is under the stage direction of Don Stephenson, with music director Kevin Stites ably doing his part.
Jazz pianist Vijay Iyer might just be the kind of badass we need in our lives. Not only has he garnered numerous citations--DownBeat's International Critics' Poll awarded him Jazz Artist of the Year and Pianist of the Year, to name but two--but he's also slated to become a professor at Harvard University soon. Lest we forget, too, he just won that John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant.
The London Sinfonietta will present the U.K. premiere of 'in vain' on November 16, during the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. The London premiere will take place a few weeks later, at Queen Elizabeth Hall on December 6.
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Manhattan Concert Productions present a musical Ragtime in a unique concert performance at Lincoln Center, for one night only, February 18, 2013, featuring Tyne Daly, Norm Lewis, Lea Salonga.