01:13 — A new production of Tchaikovsky s Eugene Onegin kicks off the new season at the Metropolitan Opera, starring Anna Netrebko, Mariusz Kwiecien and Piotr (more…)
00:30 — In this episode: Paul Taylor Dance Company in Paris and 'Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui' at the Brooklyn Museum.
01:15 — Free outdoor performances take over the plazas of Lincoln Center for three weeks during the 43rd season of Lincoln Center Out of Doors. Week one ope (more…)
00:30 — Coming up on NYC-ARTS, a conversation with Jennifer Egan and a visit to the Japan Society for the 'Deco Japan' exhibition.
This episode features a profile of Neue Galerie founder Ronald S. Lauder and a tour of the Galerie's 10th anniversary exhibition.
04:07 — Carissa Amash, curator at the New York Transit Museum, leads us on a tour of the only city museum dedicated to the history of public transportation.
26:46 — In this edition of NYC-ARTS: Rafael Pi Roman interviews opera star Angela Gheorghiu, Joaquin Sorolla and the Glory of Spanish Dress, and more.
01:21 — This Week at Lincoln Center, the New York Philharmonic comes to Park Avenue Armory on June 29th and 30th. Alan Gilbert: Philharmonic 360 presents tw (more…)
05:23 — The Annenberg Collection includes more than 50 works by 18 of the most renowned artists working in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries, am (more…)
01:11 — This Week at Lincoln Center, the Chamber Music Society presents The Cellists of Lincoln Center, a unique collaboration featuring eight illustrious c (more…)
27:42 — Philippe de Montebello interviews Diana Craig Patch, curator of the exhibition The Dawn of Egyptian Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, plus the (more…)
01:10 — Music Director Alan Gilbert starts the season leading the Orchestra in concerts featuring Gy rgy Kurt g, Beethoven and Stravinsky. Norwegian pianist (more…)
00:30 — A profile of The School of American Ballet, a curator's choice from The Museum of Modern Art and an interview with clarinetist David Krakauer.
01:06 — Created by Rude Mechs, the ensemble-based theater collective from Austin, Texas, Stop Hitting Yourself is part Pygmalion, part Busby Berkley and p (more…)