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October 20   -  

Power, Perfection and Natural Artistry

Violinist Lisa Batiashvili's virtuosity, curiosity, and musical passions together make her the perfect choice to be this year's Philharmonic Artist-in-Residence.

October 15   -  

Golden Glow

In his new production of Le Nozze di Figaro, conducted by James Levine, director Richard Eyre brings to the fore the sensuality of Mozart's shimmering masterpiece.

October 10   -  

Troy Schumacher on His First Work For City Ballet

"I have no idea what it's going to be like and I love that," says Troy Schumacher, speaking ahead of a milestone: the debut of his first ballet created for NYCB, which premiered at the Company's Fall Gala performance on September 23.

September 18   -  

After the Fall: A Look at New York City Center’s Dance Season

While the Fall for Dance Festival at New York City Center may be, as critics have called it, a “dance feast,” with 24 stunning performances that range from ballet to Memphis jookin’, it’s also a kind of amuse-bouche for the ...

August 21   -  

A Singular Star

The iconic Wendy Whelan bids farewell to New York City Ballet.

August 16   -  

Glamour and the Tramp

This September the NY Philharmonic performs two contrasting programs that feature film music: one of Italian glamour, the other celebrating Charlie Chaplin's most enduring creation.

July 30   -  

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.
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