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Art and Museum

Dance

  • Here/Now No. 1: Wheeldon at New York City Ballet

    From a breakthrough contemporary work, Polyphonia, to his most recent creation, American Rhapsody at New York City Ballet on April 25-29 at various times.

  • Here/Now No. 2: Ratmansky at New York City Ballet

    A contemporary piece of compelling humanity unites with a monumental work of stylized dances distilled from a story ballet for a program from “the finest Russian choreographer since George Balanchine” (The New York Times). David H. Koch Theater April 26 – May 2 at various times.

  • Here/Now No. 3: Peck at New York City Ballet

    In a rapid rise since his first NYCB work, Resident Choreographer Justin Peck is on track to premiere his fourteenth ballet for the Company by the end of the 2016-17 Season. April 27 – May 3 at various times.

  • Aspen Santa Fe Ballet at The Joyce

    Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s bold vision and unique brand of contemporary ballet, showcasing a European sensibility glossed with American ebullience. The Joyce on April 26 – 30 at various times.

  • Limón Dance Company at The Joyce

    In a program highlighted by musicality, athleticism, and drama, the contemporary emerges out of the classics in the Limón Dance Company. The Joyce May 2 -7 at various times.

  • Spring Gala at New York City Ballet

    Seizing the momentum of the Here/Now Festival, the 2017 Spring Gala features a world premiere from Alexei Ratmansky, joining his four preceding works for the Company, also onstage during the four-week festival. David H. Koch Theater May 4 at 7pm.

Lifestyle

  • Gazillion Bubble Show at New World Stages

    ZEALdeal 10th INCREDIBUBBLE YEAR!
    The most incredibubble show in the world! Bubble lovers of all ages are delighted with an unbubblievable experience. New World Stages through November 19 at various times. Discount code GBPOP101 for $45. Watch video here.

  • ‘Voices on the Hudson’ premieres next week at City Vineyard

    A new concert series ‘Voices on the Hudson’ premieres next week at City Vineyard January 24 – March 29 at 8pm.

  • The Metropolitan Opera’s Complete 2016/2017 Season Schedule

    Here is ZEALnyc‘s complete listing of all the operas the Metropolitan Opera will be presenting this season. The Metropolitan Opera through May 13.

  • NY Art Gallery Tours – Saturday: Chelsea “Best Exhibits” Gallery Tour

    New York Gallery Tours finds the most innovative art, and leads you on an insightful, entertaining and affordable journey through the contemporary art scene. With over 14 years of experience, thousands of clients, and a director/ guide with a Ph.D. in arts education, we’re the city’s #1 gallery tour provider!

  • Icons by Oscar, The Works of Photographer Oscar Abolafia

    Elvis. Cher. Grace. Elizabeth. Marlene. Sophia. Mick. Salvador. Not many are so iconic that a first name is enough to tell us who they are. They were captured by a photographer who goes by the name of Oscar Abolafia.

  • American Museum of Natural History

    The premier museum of its kind in the US, AMNH is home to extensive permanent and temporary exhibits that cover numerous scientific disciplines. American Museum of Natural History.

  • The Bronx Zoo

    This is the world’s largest metropolitan zoo, and houses over 6,000 animals of 650 species from around the world in its 265 acres. Open seven days a week between April and November.

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    Situated alongside Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum of Art (neither of which should be missed), these gardens are a beautiful, bucolic destination for any New York City traveler. Closed Mondays.

  • Brooklyn Museum

    Second to the MET in size, The Brooklyn Museum has a collection of over 1.5 million works. Look for interesting and well-curated temporary exhibitions. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

  • Central Park

    The crowning jewel of Manhattan, Central Park’s 843 acres offer visitors and New Yorkers more diversion than most any other New York City destination. Carefully and beautifully designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and opening in 1857, Central Park is a miracle in city planning.

  • Cloisters, The

    The Cloisters is abbey, renowned medieval art collection, and respite from a busy metropolitan city, all in one. A short subway ride to the northern tip of Manhattan, The Cloisters sits in the vast and peaceful Fort Tyron Park.

  • Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration

    As part of the National Park Service, the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration tells the story of how New York’s Ellis Island was the gateway for millions of immigrants arriving to America from 1890-1954.

Music Classical

Music Jazz

Music Pop

  • Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden

    The internationally acclaimed, six time Grammy-winning New Yorker has a decades-long history with the Garden. Ranks as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in history. Madison Square Garden  May 25 at 8pm. Watch video here.

  • Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden

    The internationally acclaimed, six time Grammy-winning New Yorker has a decades-long history with the Garden. Ranks as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in history. Madison Square Garden June 6 at 8pm Watch video here.

  • Eric Clapton at Madison Square Garden

    Legendary guitar players Gary Clark, Jr. and Jimmie Vaughan will be special guests at the shows. Madison Square Garden September 7 – 8 at 7:30pm.

Theater

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