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Salle: Lincoln Center, New York City

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Adresse165 W. 65th Street
New York City
NY 10023
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ContainsLincoln Center, Rose Building: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Alice Tully Hall
Clark Studio Theater
David Geffen Hall
David H Koch Theater
Fordham University, 12th Floor Lounge
Metropolitan Opera House
New York State Theater
Stanley H Kaplan Penthouse
Walter Reade Theater
Google maps40° 46' 26.830" N 73° 59' 2.841" W
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Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

New York CityStrauss' Symphonia domestica

Widmann, Strauss R.
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst

New York CityCosì fan tutte

Luca Pisaroni (Guglielmo) and Serena Malfi (Dorabella) © Jonathan Tichler | Met Opera
Mozart: Così fan tutte
Harry Bicket; Phelim McDermott; Metropolitan Opera; Tom Pye; Laura Hopkins; Nicole Car; Jennifer Check

New York CityClassic NYCB II

Ravel, Nyman
Jerome Robbins; Justin Peck; Christopher Wheeldon; New York City Ballet; New York City Ballet Orchestra

New York CityAgrippinaNew production

Haendel: Agrippina
Harry Bicket; Sir David McVicar; Metropolitan Opera; John Macfarlane; Joyce DiDonato; Brenda Rae

New York CityClassic NYCB I

Haieff, Françaix, Webern, Copland
George Balanchine; Justin Peck; New York City Ballet; New York City Ballet Orchestra

New York CityLa traviata

Verdi: La Traviata
Bertrand de Billy; Michael Mayer; Metropolitan Opera; Christine Jones; Susan Hilferty; Lisette Oropesa; Vittorio Grigòlo

New York CityDer fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman)New production

Wagner: Le Vaisseau fantôme (Der fliegende Holländer)
Valery Gergiev; François Girard; Metropolitan Opera; John Macfarlane; Moritz Junge; Evgeny Nikitin; Anja Kampe

New York CityDaniil Trifonov in recital

Bach
Daniil Trifonov, Piano
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Ellen Reid premiere and Renée Fleming steal the show from Bruckner 4

Renée Fleming © Andrew Eccles

Ellen Reid’s evocative new work and Renée Fleming’s set of songs from her album “Distant Light” were the highlights of a program that included an uninspiring Bruckner Fourth Symphony.

A musically ideal Così in The Met's revival

Luca Pisaroni (Guglielmo) and Serena Malfi (Dorabella) © Jonathan Tichler | Met Opera
Phelim McDermott’s Coney Island Così fan tutte returns to The Met, in sparkling vocal performances. 

Stunning Brahms from Janine Jansen eclipses NY Phil premiere

Janine Jansen and the New York Philharmonic © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack

Janine Jansen and the New York Philharmonic gave a transcendent, once-in-a-lifetime performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto. Tania Leòn’s new work and a Strauss suite paled in comparison.

Danish String Quartet performs Beethoven’s Razumovsky Quartets

Danish String Quartet © Tristan Cook
Overall, the performance kept a wonderful equilibrium between color and structure, humor and tragic sentiment, self-confidence and doubt.

First premiere of NY Phil’s Women’s commissioning Project 19

Jaap van Zweden conducts Tread Softly © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack

The satisfying kick-off to the New York Philharmonic’s Project 19 women’s commissioning project shared a bill with a disappointing Haydn cello concerto and a rewarding Mozart Mass.

Ratmansky world premiere engages with the Voices

Sara Mearns and Company in Alexei Ratmansky’s Voices © Erin Baiano
Alexei Ratmansky draws out exceptional individual qualities of each of five ballerinas in his intriguing world premiere for New York City Ballet, set to spoken word and live piano.

Garanča glows in The Met's Damnation de Faust

Elīna Garanča © Ken Howard | Met Opera
Edward Gardner's conducting brings out the nuances of Berlioz's complex score, but The Met's concert staging lacks theatrical thrust.

Gustavo Dudamel and the New York Philharmonic: an unmissable chemistry

Andrew Staples, Michelle DeYoung and Gustavo Dudamel with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack
Not at any point did Mr. Staples give the impression that he was summoned for the role on such a short notice