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Venue: Lincoln Center, New York City

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Address165 W. 65th Street
New York City
NY 10023
United States
ContainsLincoln Center, Rose Building: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Alice Tully Hall
Clark Studio Theater
David H Koch Theater
Fordham University, 12th Floor Lounge
Metropolitan Opera House
New York State Theater
Stanley H Kaplan Penthouse
Walter Reade Theater
Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall
Google maps40° 46' 26.830" N 73° 59' 2.841" W
June 2023
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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New York CityJulia Wolfe’s unEarthWorld premiere

Sibelius, Wolfe
New York Philharmonic; Jaap van Zweden; Anne Kauffman; Frank Huang; Men of The Crossing; Young People's Chorus of New York

New York CityDon GiovanniNew production

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Nathalie Stutzmann; Ivo van Hove; Metropolitan Opera; Jan Versweyveld; An D'Huys; The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

New York CityDer fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman)

Wagner: Der fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman)
Thomas Guggeis; François Girard; Metropolitan Opera; John Macfarlane; Moritz Junge; David Finn; The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

New York CityDie ZauberflöteNew production

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Nathalie Stutzmann; Simon McBurney; Metropolitan Opera; Michael Levine; Nicky Gillibrand; Jean Kalman; The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

New York CityLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Franco Zeffirelli; Metropolitan Opera; Paolo Carignani; James Gaffigan; Peter J. Hall

New York CityFrom Water to Desert

Britten, Takemitsu, Adams
New York Philharmonic; Jaap van Zweden; Robert Langevin

New York CityLike Water for Chocolate

Talbot: Like Water for Chocolate
Christopher Wheeldon; American Ballet Theatre; Bob Crowley; Natasha Katz

New York CityWest Side Story (2021) in Concert

Bernstein: West Side Story
New York Philharmonic; David Newman
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Simon McBurney’s richly inventive Zauberflöte arrives at the Met

With a stellar cast and fine orchestral playing, Mozart’s enigmatic fairy tale takes on a darker, more grown-up tone in its first new Metropolitan Opera staging in 19 years.

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NYCB: Abraham's Love Letter (On Shuffle) is another huge hit

Contemporary ballet often shies away from unabashed romance. Kyle Abraham instead leans into the love story. 
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Poetry, intensity and dazzling technique: Yunchan Lim’s NY Phil debut

James Gaffigan proves to be both a master of the intricacies in complex Prokofiev and an attentive accompanist in Rachmaninov.
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NYCB: Jerry's first and last!

Audience response for all three ballets was extremely enthusiastic. From 1944 to 1997, Jerry knew how to please audiences.
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Ivo van Hove's bleak, effective Don Giovanni arrives at the Met

Peter Mattei's smooth-as-silk baritone leads a handsome cast in the Metropolitan Opera's bleak new production of Mozart's great dramma giocoso
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NYCB: spring season's new ballets draw a younger, more diverse crowd

 Both the new works are accessible ballets in the neoclassical style that is typical of the company.
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La Source and Namouna: Pastry Ballet

Namouna does go on too long and not every joke lands, but it’s a fun ballet and the company clearly relishes dancing it. 
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The Emerson Quartet begins its last series at Lincoln Center

In the first leg of a chronological traversal of the string quartet repertoire, the Emersons were on top form.
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