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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...)

Jazz at Kitano
Jazz has its own permanent space, with a daily schedule of music along with contemporary American and Asian cuisine. (read the story...)

Three Faces of the Met
The fall season promises new, dramatically disparate productions with star power both on stage and behind the scenes. (read the story...)

Stravinsky and Balanchine are in the House
Forty years after Balanchine organized the celebrated Stravinsky Festival, New York City Ballet’s Peter Martins is offering a tribute to the two giants. (read the story...)

Music from Finland, China, and the Ever-Popular John Adams
Something special for opera lovers and symphony devotees alike at this summer’s Lincoln Center Festival. (read the story...)

Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera
In the scenic shops, magic is made by skillful artisans. (read the story...)

Making Magic the Metropolitan Opera Way
With nearly 100 people in the shop, the Met's busy tailors, seamstresses, drapers and milliners are often working on 10 productions at a time. (read the story...)

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