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David Del Tredici: Dracula

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Chiara Quartet Plays Finale of Bartok 5th Quartet by Heart

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Words Fail – New Album Trailer with Yevgeny Kutik, John Novacek, Timo Andres, Michael Gandolfi

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An Italian Travelogue: Florence In Five Days From An Art ...

By Doug Hall, Contributing Writer, May 23, 2018 A full-frontal assault of sightseeing in Italy’s capital of the Renaissance — Florence. Not for the faint-hearted and leisurely paced, but my wife and I took on the daunting task of showing her Taiwanese family the greatest hits of ...

Review: The Coastal Cohorts Bring a Carolina Breeze to the ...

By Megan Wrappe, Contributing Writer, May 22, 2018 Many say that New York City is the greatest city in the world, and for some maybe it is. But if you haven’t traveled below the Mason-Dixon line, you may not know what you’re missing. As someone ...

Review: Yuja Wang Is a Force of Nature, Whirling Into ...

By Brian Taylor, Contributing Writer, May 21, 2018 Yuja Wang, whose career began in 2007 as a last-minute replacement for Martha Argerich with the Boston Symphony, and in 2017 was named Musical America's Artist of the Year, has been announced as Carnegie Hall's "Perspectives" artist for the 2018-19 season. ...

Art Break: Imaginative Models at MoMA, Exhibits at the Frick ...

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, May 21, 2018 There’s a lot happening in NYC’s art scene — but what should you see first? Art Break has your answers right here! If you’re a history buff, there’s The Frick Collection’s show on Canova ...

In Film Camp, There's Always Popcorn

By Joanne Sydney Lessner, Contributing Writer, May 17, 2018 The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC), a nonprofit cultural arts center in Pleasantville, New York, has a dual mission. Their five-screen art house theater shows independent documentaries and world films, while across the street, a 27,000-square foot media ...

Review: ‘Me and My Girl’ Underwhelms at Encores!

By Christopher Caggiano, Contributing Writer, May 16, 2018 In the 1980s, the landscape for Broadway musicals was bleak. As the decade wore on, American musicals were fewer and fewer in number, to the point where, in a number of seasons, there weren’t enough new musicals to ...

Wall to Wall Bernstein at Symphony Space on Saturday - ...

ZEALnyc, May 15, 2018 One of New York City's most enduring performance hosting venues just happens to have started out as a food hall (the Astor Market) in 1915, was a short-lived ice skating rink (the Crystal Palace), and eventually evolved into the iconic performing space and film ...

Art Break: Nature Captured in Art By Georgia O'Keeffe at ...

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, May 14, 2018 Art is amazing for many reasons. One of the best is helping us reexamine and redefine our understanding and relationship to history, culture, people, or even everyday items. Case in point: all our Art Break picks this week. ...

A Day @: Brooklyn Botanic Garden Will Lift You Out of ...

By Anne Marie Kelly, Contributing Writer, May 11, 2018 Are you tired of feeling trapped inside cars, trains and buses? Or being surrounded by glass, concrete and industrial lighting? Taking a stroll through the Brooklyn Botanic Garden might change your mind. This stunning 52-acre garden in the ...

Commentary: Inspirational Fashion By Way of the Catholic Church at ...

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, May 11, 2018 For many people, fashion isn’t just something to cover (or reveal) the body: in their eyes, fashion is practically a religion. These devotees travel to cities famous for designers and stores, buy items that are cherished for ...

Improvisation for Theremin and Voice | Carolina Eyck

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Pauline Oliveros – A Love Song

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A Man Called Ove – Official Trailer

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Omar Sosa

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The Pit Stop Players Present: “Fall Fantasies”

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Sonnambula at BPAC

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Echoes Of Etta

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Rice’s Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra Returns

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ABARUKAS – BERNADAC

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Latin American Cultural Week Opening Event

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Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

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The Alexander String Quartet

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The Alexander String Quartet

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A Christmas Carol 2016

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Kaia Saariaho’s ‘L’Amour de Loin’ Debuts at Met

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Charlotte Brontë at The Morgan

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Billy Joel at MSG

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Chick Corea

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‘The Hard Nut’

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In Transit opens on Broadway

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iLuminate

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I Giullari di Piazza

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NEWSTEPS

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Magloire’s New Chamber Ballet

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Yoshiki Classical Special

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Newsteps

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Stephen Hough Performs

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The Shimmering Asphalt

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Blind: Strength In Vulnerability

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Eric Church

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Last Work

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Barenboim conducts the Staatskapelle Berlin in Complete Bruckner Symphony Cycle

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