Guide to classical music, opera and dance in New York City

New York City is home to the famous Carnegie Hall as well as the complex of buildings that make up the Lincoln Center including the Metropolitan Opera, the David Geffen Hall, (where the New York Philharmonic perform), the Juilliard School and several more. To find out what's on here and across the city our New York City page to the one to bookmark.
New soloist at Carnegie Hall

Nikita Mndoyants, from Cleveland to Carnegie Hall

Winner of the 2016 Cleveland International Piano Competition, Nikita Mndoyants spoke enthusiastically on his musical development, influences, and experiences in advance of his upcoming Carnegie Hall debut.
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Looking forward to the NY Phil in 2017

2017 is the 175th birthday of NY Phil, as well as being the 70th of John Adams and the 50th of outgoing Music Director Alan Gilbert, who takes on the lion's share of the conducting duties. 2017 highlights will include world premières by Marsalis, Gruber and Auerbach.   This preview was sponsored by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra
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New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players: In Homage

Liebermann, Pärt, Brahms
Maxim Lando; Vadim Gluzman

New York CityStar Wars: A New Hope - in concert

Williams: Film music from Star Wars: A New Hope
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; David Newman

New York CityAmerican Classical Orchestra Presents Berwald, Mendelssohn, featuring Adrian Romoff, fortepiano

Mendelssohn, Berwald
Adrian Romoff, Fortepiano

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players: Jazzing It Up

Gershwin, Martinů, Poulenc, Stravinsky, Kapustin
Maxim Lando; Kobi Malkin

New York CityOpening Gala

Mahler: Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden

New York CityKonstantin Soukhovetski, Piano

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An evening in Mozart’s luminous shadow

A Mostly Mozart concert conducted by Edward Gardner and featuring Jeremy Denk was an excellent example of what this festival is trying to achieve.
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The Bolshoi’s Un-Shakespearean Shrew

If it were a film, I’d say Maillot’s Shrew is more of a trashy Franco-Russian Rom-Com with literary pretensions than an art film.
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Mostly Mozart opens in major key exuberance

Enlightenment indeed at Lincoln Center as the Mostly Mozart Festival opens with a gloriouds hodge-podge. 
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Gemma Bond Dance

I have the sense that we’re only beginning to find out how great a dancer Christine Shevchenko will be.
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A rare Jewels (second cast)

Being able to see all these dancers together was a rare opportunity to compare how differently they work and what each of them brings to classical ballet that is unique to them.
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A rare Jewels

As dance experiences go, this one was hard to beat.
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