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

Find classical music concert, opera, ballet and dance listings | 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 CityRomeo and Juliet

Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet
Sir Kenneth MacMillan; American Ballet Theatre; Nicholas Georgiadis; Thomas R Skelton

New York CityA Midsummer Night's Dream

Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream
George Balanchine; New York City Ballet; New York City Ballet Orchestra

New York CityJoyce DiDonato: My Favorite Things

Monteverdi, Handel, Purcell, Gluck
Maxim Emelyanychev; Joyce DiDonato; Il pomo d'oro

New York CityEvgeny Kissin, Piano

Beethoven
Evgeny Kissin, Piano
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Louis Langrée makes his New York Philharmonic debut

Louis Langrée © A. J. Waltz

Three of the pieces that Louis Langrée conducted in his New York Philharmonic debut concerts were similarly atmospheric and impressionistic, stealing each other’s thunder. Happily, the Scriabin was cathartic.

***11
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At Carnegie Hall Ax, Kavakos and Ma celebrate Beethoven and Stern

Leonidas Kavakos, Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma © Jennifer Taylor
For a group of instrumentalists that seldom play together, the level of rhythmic, timbral and, most important, conceptual coordination was amazing.
*****
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ICE shows a new and exciting side of Dai Fujikura at Miller Theatre

International Contemporary Ensemble © Rob Davidson
Building on 15 years of collaboration with the ensemble, Gilded Wings (for two clarinets and strings) revealed a new maturity in Fujikura's always enjoyable music.
*****
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Brahms' German Requiem proves to be timeless as ever in new edition

Kent Tritle conducting the Oratorio Society of New York © Tim Dwight
The revisions were minor, but the Requiem remained a fitting work for a modern metropolis: reverent, mysterious, a little bit distant but a powerful prayer for peace.
*****
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