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Venue: Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), New York City

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AddressNew York City
United States
ContainsBAM Fisher: Fishman Space
BAM: Harvey Theater
BAM: Howard Gilman Opera House
Google maps40° 41' 13.690" N 73° 58' 37.323" W
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An expanded Diary of One Who Disappeared at BAM

Marie Hamard and Andrew Dickinson © Richard Termine
Pianist Lada Valešová was the anchor of the performance where Janáček's song cycle gets the van Hove treatment.
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Two Operas, Mark Morris

Curlew River © Nan Melville
Dido and Aeneas was triumphant and had all those great moments that make Morris’s choreography among the most musical I’ve seen.
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Citizen is about many things and, while race is certainly central, there is also the question of what it means to belong, not to belong and to not even want to belong.
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MMDG: The Hard Nut

If you’re only going to one holiday show, this is the one you want.
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Faye Driscoll: Play

Faye Driscoll's Thank You For Coming: Play is the second in a series of three works that ask the audience to imagine a different kind of participation than they are used to.
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Rosas: Vortex Temporum

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's company Rosas and the Ictus ensemble bring Vortex Temporum to New York, performed as part of Brooklyn Academy of Music's 2016 Next Wave Festival.
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John Jasper: Remains

John Jasperse once more proves himself the master of form, function and, in this case, danceable art history.
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A ghost of an opera at BAM

David Lang’s new opera the loser opened the Next Wave Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Wednesday night, but simply lacked theatricality.
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