Wednesday, March 3
Written while French composer Olivier Messiaen was in a prisoner-of-war camp, this program features his powerful Quatuor pour la fin du temps (Quartet for the End of Time).
Starring Hildegard Behrens, Jessye Norman, Christa Ludwig, Gary Lakes, James Morris, and Kurt Moll, conducted by James Levine. Production by Otto Schenk. From April 8, 1989.
UniFrance and Film at Lincoln Center present the 26th edition of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, showcasing the variety and vitality of contemporary French filmmaking.
Join NYCB Soloist Lauren King for a free ballet-based workshop for teens and adults with disabilities, featuring movement inspired by Theme and Variations.
Starring Golda Schultz, Kathryn Lewek, Charles Castronovo, Markus Werba, and René Pape, conducted by James Levine. Production by Julie Taymor. From October 14, 2017.
This newly-curated program features works by Haydn, Schubert, Brahms & Mendelssohn, performed by a stunning cast of artists. Intermission will feature a Q&A with the artists.
Join us for a stunning performance from GRAMMY Award®-nominated vocalist and one of the brightest stars in the jazz scene, Jazzmeia Horn, adored by audiences around the world.
NYCB’s Three Sides of Balanchine streaming series continues with a previously-recorded performance of Theme and Variations, available to enjoy on YouTube until March 11.
Inspector Pulse investigates the different colors on his digital piano! But how can a sound have a color if you can’t see it?
Starring Patricia Racette, Anthony Dean Griffey, and Anthony Michaels-Moore, conducted by Sir Donald Runnicles. Production by John Doyle. From March 15, 2008.
Starring Renée Fleming, Emily Magee, Dolora Zajick, Piotr Beczała, and John Relyea, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Production by Otto Schenk. From February 8, 2014.
Starring Leontyne Price, Giuseppe Giacomini, Leo Nucci, and Bonaldo Giaiotti, conducted by James Levine. Production by John Dexter. From March 24, 1984.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Lynn Nottage discusses her work and career with theatre critic Elisabeth Vincentelli in this newly released interview from 2019.
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