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Lincoln Center Festival: ‘Naked Lunch’ (film with live orchestral accompaniment) at Alice Tully Hall

“A fascinating, demanding, mordantly funny picture.” – Variety

David Cronenberg’s 1991 film inspired by William S. Burroughs’s hallucinatory novel owes a lot of its surrealist mood to its famous score—a collaboration between Howard Shore and Ornette ...

Lincoln Center Festival: ‘Ornette: Made in America’ (1985) at Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse

Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center

http://lincolncenter.org/lc-festival/show/ornette-made-in-america-1985

165 West 65th Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10023

“A movie that captures the rhythms, images, and myths of the America that gave birth to Ornette Coleman…whose radical free music shattered the conventions of modern jazz.” – San Francisco Chronicle

True to the spirit of its subject, Shirley Clarke’s ...

Tanglewood Is Making Music Again With Stars Onstage And Up ...

By Brian Taylor, Contributing Writer, June 16, 2017 New York City music lovers have many things to look forward to in the summer "off season." Concerts in the park and Bargemusic to name just two. But the spiritual heart of the classical music world, really of the ...

Caramoor Has Something For Everyone With This Summer's Multi-Faceted Festival ...

ZEALnyc, June 15, 2017 As we move into summer, we begin the transition from our standard concert hall settings and begin enjoying music and theatrical presentations in the more natural surroundings of, well, nature. Summer festivals are a hallmark of the season (Tanglewood, Wolf Trap, Ravinia, Aspen), ...

Jazz Notes: Jazztopad Festival Presents Its Third Annual Best of ...

By Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor ZEALnyc, June 15 2017 For the past thirteen years, the Jazztopad Festival has taken place at the National Forum of Music in Wroclaw, Poland. It's commissioned genre-stretching new works as well as given young musicians the opportunity to perform for large crowds. ...

Review: 'Zero Hour' Has Lots of Pluses

By Sheila Kogan, Contributing Writer, June 15, 2017 Zero Hour is the one-man show written and performed by Jim Brochu about the legendary performer Zero Mostel. This current incarnation playing at the Theatre at St. Clement's is a remounting of the original production presented in 2006. When the ...

Henry James and Henry David Thoreau Are Both Featured in ...

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, June 14, 2017 This summer The Morgan Library and Museum is presenting two shows displaying the art and craft of observation as practiced by Henry James and Henry David Thoreau entitled Henry James and American Painting and This Ever New Self: ...

Review: Brooklyn Film Festival's 20th Anniversary Offers a 'Fresh Perspective'

By Mercedes Vizcaino, Contributing Writer, June 14, 2017 The Brooklyn Film Festival recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and this year’s film roster was brimming with edgy and thought-provoking subject matter. With over 122 features and shorts from 32 countries, the talented filmmakers selected showcased their acclaimed work in 7 ...

Review: 'Julius Caesar' in the Park Gets the Trump Treatment

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, June 13, 2017 The process is complete. My brain is fully and totally Trumpified. I’m trying to remember the last time I saw something on stage that didn’t make me think about our current president. Dear Evan Hanson? The hazards ...

Jazz Notes: The Duo Project 'Endless Field' Celebrates Its Genre-Resistant ...

By Denin Koch, Contributing Writer, June 13, 2017 Endless Field gives new meaning to the term “genre-resistant music.” It is at once ambient music, jazz music, pop music, and yet to call it any one of these things alone would fail to capture the breadth of this ...

New York Philharmonic Goes Outdoors for Their Annual Concert Series ...

ZEALnyc, June 12, 2017 The New York Philharmonic has completed its scheduled 2016-2017 concert season in David Geffen Hall this past weekend with Alan Gilbert as its Music Director before embarking to Shanghai for a series of concerts in July. So this week before leaving town, the ...

Review: Salonen Displays 'Exquisite Range' Leading the MET Orchestra at ...

By Jose Andrade, Contributing Writer, June 12, 2017 Late spring/early summer is a special time in New York, and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra makes great use of this time flexing their symphonic muscles, presenting orchestral works in New York. On June 3rd, romantic favorites Robert Schumann's ...

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