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Justin Peck: A Certain Kind of Movement
A soloist with the New York City Ballet and the "company’s most exciting choreographer" premieres his latest work this spring. (read the story...)

54 Below: Cabaret, Cabernet, and Dinner Sublime
The downstairs space has been invented — or reinvented — into a chic and sumptuous supper club/cabaret, reminiscent of the great supper clubs of yesteryear. (read the story...)

The Met's Stars on Parade
Diana Damrau, Juan Diego Flórez, Jonas Kaufmann and Joyce DiDonato are among the illustrious singers in a glamorous season. (read the story...)

The smART List - Spring 2014
Spring 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Lady Gaga, the Morgan Library's first photography-focused exhibit, Heart and Lights, and more. (read the story...)

New York City Ballet's Winter Season Begins January 21
The NYC Ballet will open its Winter 2014 performances on Tuesday, January 21 with an all-Balanchine program. (read the story...)

Magnetic Mutter
That’s Anne-Sophie, who brings her vast talent to Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center this winter, along with a new album and performances in Washington D.C. and Boston. (read the story...)

Born to Be the Sugarplum Fairy
Well, almost…starting at age 3 in a Nutcracker debut in South Carolina, the New York City Ballet’s Sara Mearns has danced her way to the starring role at Lincoln Center. (read the story...)

The smART List - Winter 2013/2014
Winter 2013/2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Elton John at the Garden, A Christmas Story, Bernard Haitink and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and more. (read the story...)

American Ballet Theatre Returns to Lincoln Center
From October 30 to November 10, American Ballet Theatre takes up residence in the David H. Koch Theater (read the story...)

Not the Sleeping Beauty You Know
It’s British-born director/choreographer Matthew Bourne’s version, so of course it offers something different...including a dark new suitor and a touch of vampirism (read the story...)

Ballet Star Roberto Bolle and Acqua di Parma Join Forces to Showcase Italy's Finest
Roberto Bolle is returning to New York on September 17, for the premiere of his production Roberto Bolle and Friends at New York City Center (read the story...)

The Met This Fall, Seriously
Instead of a medley of favorites, the haunting Eugene Onegin opens the season and Two Boys, with a libretto by playwright Craig Lucas and staging by Broadway’s Bartlett Sher, brings cyberspace to the Met (read the story...)

The smART List - Fall 2013
Coming Attractions: Fall 2013's biggest cultural events, including Patti LuPone, Big Fish, Steely Dan, Masterpieces of Dutch Painting at the Frick, The Metamorphosis, and Yo-Yo Ma with the Silk Road Ensemble. (read the story...)

Mostly Mozart... and Beethoven
...at the Lincoln Center summer festival (July 27-August 24) that takes some musical chances (read the story...)

The English National Theatre at Your Doorstep
The acclaimed English National Theatre has been presenting Live in HD events for the past four seasons (read the story...)

Movers-and-Shakers and 'Other' Shakers combine to Make Music: It Takes a Village
Since 2007, the Chamber Music Festival of the Bluegrass has been a staple of the Memorial Day Weekend in Central Kentucky, a collaboration between the Norton Center for the Arts and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the ultimate collaboration between the Bluegrass and the Big Apple.. (read the story...)

An Unexpected Opportunity
ABT’s popular Herman Cornejo became the star of Russian choreographer Alexei Ratmansky’s Symphony #9 after another dancer’s injury. He performs it, along with many other roles, during the Company’s summer season. (read the story...)

The smART List - Summer 2013
Coming Attractions: Summer 2013's biggest happenings, including Rioult Dance New York, Encores! Off-Center, Central Park SummerStage, and more. (read the story...)

New York City Ballet Celebrates America's Eclectic Styles
At the New York City Ballet’s American Music Festival, it’s a unique mix of the courtly European art of dance colliding with the verve of homegrown music. (read the story...)

Paul Taylor - Bach and the Americans at Lincoln Center
For its spring season March 5-24, the Paul Taylor Dance Company is concentrating on Taylor’s six magnificent pieces to Bach – one of them will be part of every program. (read the story...)

The smART List - Spring 2013
Coming Attractions: The Spring 2013 season's biggest happenings, from dance, jazz and classical music performances to exhibitions, Broadway, and more. (read the story...)

An Unpredictable Trio at the Met
This spring, the Metropolitan Opera ventures some reasonably youthful excursions that rectify neglect, embrace a Baroque rarity and acknowledge 20th-century achievement. (read the story...)

Rigoletto Goes to Vegas
After many reinterpretations of the classic opera originally set in 16th-century Mantua, the Met’s new production takes place in the glitz of the Strip. (read the story...)

Let It Snow
It's Nutcracker season and inquiring minds want to know, how do they make that snow? We asked the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theater to tell us. (read the story...)

A Garth Fagan Moment at Alvin Ailey
The Lion King’s choreographer lends a signature piece from his own dance company to the Ailey dancers who get to perform it this season. (read the story...)


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