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

Rechercher des événements de musique classique, opéra et ballet | 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 CityEroica Symphony

Beethoven
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Vilde Frang

New York CityA Little Night Music: Kian Soltani

Vali, Chopin, Schumann, Soltani, Popper
Kian Soltani; Julio Elizalde

New York CityA Little Night Music: Michael Brown

Mendelssohn, Brown, Beethoven
Michael Brown, Piano

New York CityFure & Thorvaldsdottir

Thorvaldsdottir, Fure, Snæbjörnsdóttir
International Contemporary Ensemble
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Mark Morris' pedestrian world premiere opens Mostly Mozart Festival

Empire Garden © Gene Schiavone
It's possible to have nothing but admiration for Mark Morris as a choreographer, yet his actual dances I often find pedestrian with a limited vocabulary. The works are interesting to see once, to see what he can do with classical music that has no obvious dance rhythms, but I rarely want to see them again.

Venice Baroque Orchestra dazzles New York on a Day of Champions

Venice Baroque Orchestra © Anna Carmignola
The Venice Baroque Orchestra offers a fast-paced, intense array of 18th-century selections in New York City.

The Royal Danish Ballet "an expression of joy" in New York

Femke Slot of the Royal Danish Ballet © Costin Radu
The program notes include a quote by August Bournonville that says, "The Dance ... is essentially an expression of joy." And in this short but sweet program the company proved that it can still give a master class in showing the joy of The Dance.

Radiant cast almost awakens Ratmansky's Sleeping Beauty

Cassandra Trenary in The Sleeping Beauty © John Grigaitis
If the audience response was not very enthusiastic, it's because Ratmansky's Sleeping Beauty four years after its premiere still comes across as more of a museum piece than a living, breathing ballet. This is a Beauty that never really wakes up.