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Dream a Little Dream

In September, the Kennedy Center launches the 2014–2015 season, including concerts by the National Symphony Orchestra Pops in the Concert Hall.

July 28   -  

A Great Journey: Roy Kaiser's 35 Years With Pennsylvania Ballet

"I was 21 years old when I came to Philadelphia," says Roy Kaiser, Artistic Director of Pennsylvania Ballet. "I came here to see what was going on, because I had seen the Company perform, and there was something about it that really resonated."

July 27   -  

Your Concerts in the Parks

Tens of thousands flock together each year to enjoy the New York Philharmonic perform in New York City parks — with all listeners bringing their own bespoke traditions.

June 2   -  

New Shoes to Fill

Looking back, it seems inevitable that American Ballet Theatre would one day stage Frederick Ashton's Cinderella. With 11 Ashton works in the repertory – Cinderella makes 12 – his choreography has never been far from the ABT stage.

May 13   -  

Mostly Mozart Festival 2014

On July 25 and 26, Lincoln Center's 48th annual Mostly Mozart Festival will kick off with two free, outdoor concerts of the world premiere of a work by American composer John Luther Adams.

May 9   -  

Richly Thematic

Last fall, American Ballet Theatre raised the curtain on a new production of George Balanchine's Theme and Variations, which he created especially for the company in 1947.

May 5   -  

Peck in Process: The Choreographer on His Latest Work for NYCB.

A lot can happen in a year and a half. Just ask New York City Ballet dancer and choreographer Justin Peck.

April 15   -  

The New Girl

Olga Peretyatko makes her Met debut this month as Elvira in Bellini’s I Puritani (with none other than her husband, conductor Michele Mariotti, on the podium).

April 8   -  

A Different Path

British pianist Paul Lewis arrives at his Philharmonic debut this month following a rather unusual journey.

April 4   -  

A Chat With: Famed Police drummer Stewart Copeland on World Premiere of "Ben Hur" at Virginia Arts Festival

On April 19, Stewart Copeland of the iconic 80's rock band The Police, will debut his new score for the epic 1925 silent film "Ben-Hur" as part of the Virginia Arts Festival.
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