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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 is the one to bookmark.
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New York CityJuan Diego Flórez & Vincenzo Scalera

Juan Diego Flórez & Vincenzo Scalera
Mozart, Rossini, Puccini
Juan Diego Flórez; Vincenzo Scalera

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players: "Eastern" Mosaic

Doppler, Enescu, Dvořák, Brahms, Prokofiev, Babadjanian
Mikhail Kopelman; Elizaveta Kopelman; Anna Kopelman; Eunae Koh

New York CityBoston Symphony Orchestra

© Marco Borggreve
Gruber, Mahler
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Håkan Hardenberger

New York CityChris Thile

© Josh Goleman
Bach, Thile
Chris Thile, Mandolin
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Devil takes all in The Met's Mefistofele

Christian Van Horn (Mefistofele_ © Karen Almond | Metropolitan Opera
Mefistofele proves a mixed blessing: good meets evil, devils fight with angels, lovely lyricism alternates with bombast and second-rate material.
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ABT's Whiteside and Trenary star in Pita's The Tenant at The Joyce

The single best thing about The Tenant was Frank Moon’s score, played by Moon himself on the piano, violin, and singing.
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The Hungarian National Ballet brings its Don Quixote to New York

Tatiana Melnik (Kitri), Hungarian National Ballet's Don Quixote © Attila Nagy | Hungarian State Opera
In addition to providing a showcase for the principals, the ballet provides ample opportunity for the company's soloists to shine.
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The Queen of Sheba a rare Hungarian delight in New York

Erika Gál (The Queen of Sheba) © Attila Nagy | Hungarian State Opera
The Hungarian State Opera's first New York tour featured an opera of forbidden love set in the Biblical Times by Karl Goldmark, and was a rare treat for the New York audience.
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