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Legendary Ballerina Cynthia Harvey’s Second Act as Artistic Director of the ABT JKO School
By Lauren Gallagher
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The Metropolitan Opera Will Offer Free Outdoor Screenings of 9 Titles This Summer
By Ryan McPhee | 07/21/2017
The Met’s ninth annual Summer HD Festival will also feature Ingmar Bergman’s
The Magic Flute.
Cabaret & Concert News
Bernadette Peters Will Host
By Robert Viagas | 07/20/2017
Mozart in the Jungle
star will open the 2017 Mostly Mozart Festival.
Experience the Grace and Beauty of the 2017 Fire Island Dance Festival
By Robert Viagas | 07/20/2017
Held July 14–16 by the water in Fire Island Pines, the event raised a record $585,045.
More Classic Arts
Why Syrian Playwright Mohammad Al Attar Views Writing As a Contribution
By Madeline Rogers | 07/18/2017
While I Was Waiting
—a play about the conflict in Syria—a man in a coma is a metaphor for a country hovering between life and death.
A 24-Decade History of Popular Music
Earns Two Bessie Nominations
By Adam Hetrick | 07/14/2017
Nominations have been announced for the 2017 NY Dance and Performance Awards, otherwise known as the Bessies.
Passing the Baton With National Youth Orchestra of the United States
By Harry Haskell | 07/14/2017
The acclaimed summer program—which provides up-and-coming musicians the chance to learn from the best and from one another—will perform at Carnegie Hall.
Dance Double Becomes a Principal With American Ballet Theatre
By Ruthie Fierberg | 07/11/2017
As one principal retires, four dancers—including
’s Sarah Lane—see promotions.
James Levine Will Conduct the Met’s New
—Nearly 50 Years After Making His Debut with the Opera
By Ryan McPhee | 07/11/2017
The Met's music director emeritus steps in for the previously scheduled Andris Nelsons.
Casting Announced for Matthew Bourne’s National Tour of
The Red Shoes
By Ruthie Fierberg | 07/10/2017
The production will play Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, and New York’s City Center this fall.
How a Government Agency Ended Up Responsible for
, Among Others
By Robert Loerzel | 07/06/2017
With the NEA under threat of elimination, a look back at a time when the Federal Theatre Project was a shot the arm for artists and audiences in the dark days of the Depression.
ABT Brings Tchaikovsky Compositions to Life This Summer—And Not Just the Ones You Think
By Mario R. Mercado | 07/03/2017
Artist-in-Residence Alexei Ratmansky puts dance to a wide range of Tchaikovsky's music, from chamber to orchestral.
Supporting and Mentoring the Next Generation of Musicians and Performers with Mentor-Linc
By T. Michelle Murphy | 06/29/2017
Lincoln Center’s mentoring program develops the next generation of artists, professionals, and leaders.
Lincoln Center Festival Director Steps Down After Nearly 20 Years
By Olivia Clement | 06/28/2017
Nigel Redden will conclude his tenure this fall.
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