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KahaneSwensenBrey Trio to Play Segerstrom Center, 12/12
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2013

The KahaneSwensenBrey Trio, comprised of Jeffrey Kahane, piano; Joseph Swensen, violin; and Carter Brey, cello, perform an evening of celebrated chamber music at Segerstrom Center for the Arts on December 12 at Samueli Theater. (more...)

Carmen Lundy to Play Harris Center, 9/21
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2013

One of the today's finest jazz singers, Carmen Lundy is highly regarded for her innovative musicianship and songwriting. "In a world of pretenders, Carmen Lundy is a genuine Jazz Singer" says The Evening Standard. She has performed at the most prestigious festivals and concert halls in Japan, Europe, Australia, South America, Africa, the U.S. and Canada and soon is appearing at Harris Center/Three Stages for just one performance on Saturday, September 21, 2013. (more...)

Ivan Vasiliev Named Principal Dancer at ABT
by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2012

Ivan Vasiliev, principal dancer with the Mikhailovksy Ballet, has been named a Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre, effective immediately, it was announced today by Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie. He is scheduled to perform during the 2013 Metropolitan Opera House season and on ABT's national and international tours. (more...)

New York City Center Honored with Renovation Awards
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2012

New York City Center's historic renovation has been honored with six awards for excellence in architecture and historic preservation. The renovation, led by Duncan Hazard of Ennead Architects, has transformed the landmark building into a contemporary cultural center complete with modern amenities and enhanced historic details, from the Grand Tier lobby's painted ceiling and murals to the auditorium's Arabesque dome. New York City Center is located on 55th Street, between 6th and 7th avenues. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Russian Ballet's GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2013

Alternating principal dancers highlight Russian ballet prowess and beauty on Moscow Ballet North American Eastern Tour of the Great Russian Nutcracker and two performances of Swan Lake. Returning principals Ekaterina Bortiakova and Akshol Mussakhanov perform lead roles with precision, high energy and charm. Ekaterina Bortiakova was described as “Epitome of a classical ballerina…to say that I was impressed would be an extreme understatement. Her performance was flawless,” by Alt Daily, Virginia Beach VA. Honored Artist of Ukraine, Viktor Shcherbakov returns from his 2013 Moscow Ballet premiere with partner Ekaterina Tikhonova in her first appearance as principal Masha. In addition the company of 40 dancers perform Olympic-worthy leaps in the holiday performance for families with magical toys, falling snow and a growing Christmas tree. In Manhatten Thanksgiving weekend on Sat, Nov 30, 4:00 and 8:00pm at Hammerstein Ballroom. For tickets go to www.nutcracker.com . Check out a first look below! (more...)

BWW Reviews: NYCB Presents Four Balanchine Masterpieces
by Rhys Loggins - Oct 13, 2013

George Balanchine is commonly referred to as the father of neoclassical ballet. His vision allowed him to see another side of the art, and his works ushered in a paradigm shift that would affect it forever. By stripping his ballets of their plots and trappings, Balanchine exposed the raw beauty of movement and made dances that were about dance and little else. (more...)

Early Computer Movies, Avant-Garde and Mainstream, Set for Moving Image, 11/15-17
by Movies News Desk - Nov 8, 2013

Before the clones attacked, before the Na'vi Hometree was destroyed, before Buzz Lightyear went to infinity and beyond, avant-garde film and video pioneers were expanding the bounds of the moving image by harnessing computer technology to create radical new ways of seeing. Museum of the Moving Image will present a weekend program devoted to exploring early works of computer animation, organized by guest curators Leo Goldsmith and Gregory Zinman. This series of screenings and conversations, Computer Age: Early Computer Movies, 1952-1987, will take place November 15 through 17, 2013. Screenings include avant-garde works ranging from oscilloscope experiments to computer-assisted psychedelia; formative digital advertising and music videos; as well as feature films that incorporated these techniques into the mainstream. (more...)

FLASH SPECIAL: Tchaikovsky's THE NUTCRACKER In 3D, In Theaters & In History
by Pat Cerasaro - Nov 30, 2012

Today we are celebrating the classic holiday-themed ballet that originally premiered one week prior to Christmas Day exactly 120 years ago, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's THE NUTCRACKER. The ideal respite from the holiday rush, Fathom Events will be presenting the all new 3D film presentation of Tchaikovsky's THE NUTCRACKER on December 3, starring members of the very ballet company of the theater in which the fantastical family-friendly fable first debuted, the Russian Imperial Mariinsky Theatre. (more...)

Artful Speaker Series, SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS and More Set for COCA, Winter/Spring 2013-14
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2013

The COCA Calendar of events, including classes, workshops, and auditions. (more...)

Early Computer Movies, Avant-Garde and Mainstream, Set for Moving Image This Weekend
by Movies News Desk - Nov 15, 2013

Before the clones attacked, before the Na'vi Hometree was destroyed, before Buzz Lightyear went to infinity and beyond, avant-garde film and video pioneers were expanding the bounds of the moving image by harnessing computer technology to create radical new ways of seeing. Museum of the Moving Image will present a weekend program devoted to exploring early works of computer animation, organized by guest curators Leo Goldsmith and Gregory Zinman. This series of screenings and conversations, Computer Age: Early Computer Movies, 1952-1987, will take place today, November 15 through 17, 2013. Screenings include avant-garde works ranging from oscilloscope experiments to computer-assisted psychedelia; formative digital advertising and music videos; as well as feature films that incorporated these techniques into the mainstream. (more...)

Cinema Guild Acquires U.S. Distribution Rights to VOILA
by Movies News Desk - Nov 13, 2012

The Cinema Guild announced today the acquisition of U.S. distribution rights to VIOLA, Matias Piñeiro's dazzling riff on Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' that premiered in the Wavelengths Section of the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. "Viola" will receive a limited theatrical rollout next year followed by a DVD/VOD and Non-Theatrical release. (more...)

Hsin-Yun Huang & More Honored with Classical Recording Foundation Awards
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2013

The Classical Recording Foundation (CRF) is pleased to announce the 2013 winners of its twelfth annual Classical Recording Foundation Awards. Four prizes will be presented at the Foundation's Annual Awards Concert and Benefit at 7:30pm on Monday, November 25, 2013 at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. The event will feature CRF Young Artist of the Year pianist Roman Rabinovich performing selections from his CD Ballets Russes (Orchid; March 2013), pianist Laura Leon performing works by CRF Composer of the Year Peter Schickele's album The Music of Peter Schickele, Samuel Sanders Collaborative Artists Award winners Hsin-Yun Huang and Sarah Rothenberg in selections from their recording Viola Viola (Bridge; November 2012); andClassical Recording Foundation Award winner, cellist Sophie Shao, performing selections from her upcoming double-CD set of J.S. Bach's Cello Suites. The proceeds from the 2013 Classical Recording Foundation Award Ceremony and Benefit will go toward the 2014 Awards. (more...)

Dance Theatre Piece POOR LIZA Comes to New York and Boston in June
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2012

One of Russia's most famous actressses, Chulpan Khamatova, along with Bolshoi Theater soloist Andrei Merkuriev, will play for audiences in New York and Boston with POOR LIZA, based on the novel by Nikolay Karamzin. This envelope-pushing choreographed theatrical performance was dreamt up by lauded choreographer Alla Sigalova and composer Leonid Desyatnikov, and produced by Russia's Theatre of Nations. Maestro Artist Management will present the performances in the US. (more...)

Arabesque to Present SAWAH at Fleck Dance Theatre, 4/10-13
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2014

Critically acclaimed dance and music ensembleArabesque returns after a year's hiatus with the world premiere of its production,SAWAH. The show runs April 10 - 13, 2014 at the Fleck Dance Theatre (207 Queens Quay W) as part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps Series. The performance includes over 20 dancers and 20 musicians. (more...)

Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival to Celebrate 35th Anniversary With Gala Concert at Dimenna Center, 4/8
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2014

Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival will present a concert open to the public for the first time in New York on Tuesday evening, April 8, 2014 at 7:45 p.m. at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Cary Hall, 450 West 37th Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. A special orchestra-the Cape Cod Gala Orchestra, conducted by Liam Burke-has been assembled for this occasion. Noted WQXR radio announcer Jeff Spurgeon will host the evening and Nancy B. Barry, First President of the Festival, as well as Honorary Artistic Chair Charles Hamlen, V.P. of Orchestra of St. Luke's and Co-Founder of IMG Artists, will be on hand for the event. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Paul Taylor 60th Anniversary Marathon
by Melia Kraus-har - Mar 17, 2014

The celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Paul Taylor's choreographic career filled the stage and the screen - computer screens that is, with announcements regarding the company's future trajectory - in the way that only Paul Taylor can. The choreographer's choices, both in his dances and dialogue, cover the spectrum of ideologies. Throughout his career, Taylor allowed himself to be in the moment, whatever the moment, and continues to contribute in a very important, seemingly endless conversation: how modern dance maintains its relevance alongside contemporary dance without losing its heritage. A few Taylor twists this season: six dollar tickets, added alumni performance, and anticipated diversified repertory with works from other choreographers. (more...)

Asia Art Fair at Bohemian National Hall Opens Tomorrow
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2014

Kicking off Asia Week 2014, the historic Bohemian National Hall (BNH) will present its first annual Asia Art Fair, previewing on Friday, March 14, 2014 and running from Saturday, March 15 - through Tuesday, March 18th. (more...)

BWW Blog: Claire van Bever - The Auditions Tips You HAVEN'T Heard
by Guest Blogger: Claire van Bever - Jun 19, 2013

Every January, dance publications print their monthly issues with their covers screaming 'Auditions Pointers!', and while these tips are often helpful, I have found that year after year, they are always the same. There are only so many times that you can print, 'wear a bright colored leo, stand at the front, smile and nod to show your understanding of the combination', until inevitably every other girl in the class is also following those pointers and you don't end up standing out AT ALL. This is what I found to be true when I was auditioning for summer intensives and companies. However, an audition for an SI and an audition for a company are two entirely different experiences, so I'll try to point out when a tip works for both, or only works for one. (more...)

Dance Theatre Piece POOR LIZA Comes to Boston Tonight, 6/17
by BWW News Desk - Jun 17, 2012

One of Russia's most famous actressses, Chulpan Khamatova, along with Bolshoi Theater soloist Andrei Merkuriev, will play for audiences in Boston with POOR LIZA, based on the novel by Nikolay Karamzin. This envelope-pushing choreographed theatrical performance was dreamt up by lauded choreographer Alla Sigalova and composer Leonid Desyatnikov, and produced by Russia's Theatre of Nations. Maestro Artist Management will present the performances in the US. (more...)

Dance Theatre Piece POOR LIZA Comes to New York City, 6/15-16
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2012

One of Russia's most famous actressses, Chulpan Khamatova, along with Bolshoi Theater soloist Andrei Merkuriev, will play for audiences in New York and Boston with POOR LIZA, based on the novel by Nikolay Karamzin. This envelope-pushing choreographed theatrical performance was dreamt up by lauded choreographer Alla Sigalova and composer Leonid Desyatnikov, and produced by Russia's Theatre of Nations. Maestro Artist Management will present the performances in the US. (more...)

THE MACHINE, MACBETH and More Set for Manchester International Festival, July 2013
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2013

The theatre programme for the Manchester International Festival 2013 has been announced. MIF13 commissions include: The Machine, The Old Woman, Macbeth, The Masque of Anarchy and The Rite of Spring. (more...)

BWW Blog: Andrea D'Annunzio - The Core of Corps Work
by Guest Blogger: Andrea D’Annunzio - Jul 22, 2013

Every year at Princeton Ballet School's Summer Intensive, the five-week program culminates with a performance. One of the pieces performed is always a section from a full-length Classical ballet set by renowned teacher and former Maria Youskevitch. For the past two summers, Ms. Youskevitch has set sections from Act Two of Swan Lake on the Intensive students, and I have had the privilege of assisting her as she sets the choreography and rehearses the dancers. I am surprised and disappointed however, to say that over these two summers, there have been more students who are disappointed to find themselves in the corps of Swan Lake, than those who are excited. The general feeling is that you don't get to dance when you're in the corps de ballet, and that you just stand there and blend in, so it's boring and tedious. I'm not saying that it isn't tedious, but the skills a dancer learns by experiencing corps de ballet work are vital to their future as an aspiring professional ballet dancer. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SLEEPING BEAUTY at American Ballet Theatre
by Barnett Serchuk - Jul 11, 2013

In my next life, I'm returning as the world's foremost dance historian to write the ultimate chronicle of Tchailovsky's Sleeping Beauty from 1890 to 2013. It's going to be a huge tome, one that encompasses every move, scene shift and cast change that was ever seen. Actually, by the time I finish my epic work, it will be superseded by an even larger tome, but that's life. What led me to this decision was American Ballet Theater's production of Sleeping Beauty that I saw on the July 6, 2012, the closing night of the season. This sent me back to my books, DVDs, CDs, balletomane friends and YouTube to decide just what Sleeping Beauty is all about, or should be about. (more...)

BWW Blog: Adam Lendermon of Maltz Jupiter's A CHORUS LINE - Interview with 'Cassie'
by Guest Blogger: Adam Lendermon - Jan 6, 2014

I wanted to take the time to introduce a few of my castmates during my blogging stint, so I've put together a few questions that will hopefully give you some insight into who they are and their connection to the show. Who better to begin with than Cassie? I have had the great pleasure of working with this beautiful and talented soul on the show previously. It is an immense comfort knowing that she is standing next to me on the line again. She is family. (more...)

Accordo Season Three Begins February 6
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2012

Accordo, established in 2009, is a Minnesota-based chamber group featuring classical and contemporary chamber music in performance spaces. (more...)

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque Present Jamra, 2/9
by BWW News Desk - Jan 4, 2012

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque, in association with Small World Music, present JAMRA, a contemporary production inspired by the dance forms of the nomadic and gypsy (Rom) peoples of Egypt, Turkey, North Africa, Iran and Lebanon. JAMRA premieres at the Fleck Dance Theatre on Thursday, February 9, 2012 and runs until Sunday, February 12, 2012 as part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps 11/12 series. (more...)

The Jost Project Performs at Chris' Jazz Cafe Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2014

Philadelphia-based The Jost Project is performing another concert with music from their CD Can't Find My Way Home (Dot Time Records, based in New York and Europe). Tonight, January 31 from 8 to 11:30 p.m. they will be at Chris' Jazz Cafe, 1421 Sansom Street in Philadelphia. (more...)

La Soiree Hosts NYE Party, Welcomes Paul Capsis & Omar Gonzales
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2012

Join the LA SOIRÉE family to see in 2012 with a late night show, starting at 9pm, followed by DJ's The Broken Hearts and dancing until 3am and a multitude of surprises and thrills throughout the night. (more...)

Olga Peretyatko to Release ARABESQUE, 2/18
by BWW News Desk - Jan 27, 2014

On February 18, Sony Classical (USA) will release Arabesque, soprano Olga Peretyatko's second album on the label. Her new CD coincides with a 2013-14 season that not only showcases the young star in important European debuts—including Berlin and Milan—it also offers an opportunity to hear her eagerly anticipated Metropolitan Opera debut when she returns to New York in the spring. Olga Peretyatko's MET debut in I Puritani this coming April follows her acclaimed 2011 BAM appearances in Robert Lepage's production of The Nightingale, which the Financial Times cited as soaring “with effortless charm as the coloratura Nightingale.” Bloomberg News noted that she was “greeted with a thunderous ovation,” and The New York Times called her “sweet-voiced and technically agile.” Ms Peretyatko possesses a dazzling technique, a touching sensibility, a vocal richness, and a strong personality that the new recording highlights brilliantly. (more...)

The Jost Project Performs Steel Coffee House in Phoenixville Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2014

Philadelphia-based The Jost Project is performing two concerts with music from their CD Can't Find My Way Home (Dot Time Records, based in New York and Europe). Tonight, January 24 at 9 pm they will be at Steel City Coffee House, 203 Bridge Street in Phoenixville with Phyllis Chapell opening for them at the Steel City concert at 8 pm. (more...)

Rudolf Nureyev State Ballet Theatre to PResent SLEEPING BEAUTY at Capitol Center for the Arts, 2/4
by BWW News Desk - Jan 2, 2014

The Rudolf Nureyev State Ballet Theatre from city of Ufa, hometown of legendary 20th century dancer Rudolf Nureyev, brings Tchaikovsky's beloved ballet Sleeping Beauty to life at the Capitol Center for the Arts on Tuesday, February 4, at 7pm! The whole family is sure to be enchanted when these 60 distinguished dancers bring their signature blend of technical skill and emotional performance to this seminal ballet. (more...)

The Jost Project to Perform Steel Coffee House in Phoenixville, 1/24; Chris' Jazz Cafe Set for 1/31
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2014

Philadelphia-based The Jost Project is performing two concerts with music from their CD Can't Find My Way Home (Dot Time Records, based in New York and Europe). On Friday January 24 at 9 pm they will be at Steel City Coffee House, 203 Bridge Street in Phoenixville with Phyllis Chapell opening for them at the Steel City concert at 8 pm. On Friday, January 31 from 8 to 11:30 p.m. they will be at Chris' Jazz Cafe, 1421 Sansom Street in Philadelphia. (more...)

Last Chance To See LA SOIREE At The Roundhouse
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2012

Roll up, roll up! There are just three weeks left to catch the cabaret, variety, circus sensation that is La Soiree. Following a limited season at The Roundhouse, the show must close on January 29th 2012. Join the fabulous line-up of world-renowned artists as they bid farewell to London with a Last Hurrah performance. This will be the last ever opportunity to see the company perform at The Roundhouse. It also marks the very final performance by The Skating Willers, with Wanda hanging up her skates after 30 years of spinning at breakneck speeds with Jean-Pierre Poissonnet. We'll miss you Skating Willers! (more...)

Harbourfront And Arabesque Present JAMRA
by BWW News Desk - Feb 8, 2012

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque, in association with Small World Music, present JAMRA, a contemporary production inspired by the dance forms of the nomadic and gypsy (Rom) peoples of Egypt, Turkey, North Africa, Iran and Lebanon. (more...)

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque Present Jamra, 2/9
by BWW News Desk - Feb 8, 2012

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque, in association with Small World Music, present JAMRA, a contemporary production inspired by the dance forms of the nomadic and gypsy (Rom) peoples of Egypt, Turkey, North Africa, Iran and Lebanon. JAMRA premieres at the Fleck Dance Theatre on Thursday, February 9, 2012 and runs until Sunday, February 12, 2012 as part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps 11/12 series. (more...)

Accordo Season Three Begins February 6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2012

Accordo, established in 2009, is a Minnesota-based chamber group featuring classical and contemporary chamber music in performance spaces. (more...)

Rudolf Nureyev State Ballet Theatre Presents SLEEPING BEAUTY at Capitol Center for the Arts Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2014

New Hampshire -- The Rudolf Nureyev State Ballet Theatre from city of Ufa, hometown of legendary 20th century dancer Rudolf Nureyev, brings Tchaikovsky's beloved ballet Sleeping Beauty to life at the Capitol Center for the Arts tonight, February 4, at 7pm! The whole family is sure to be enchanted when these 60 distinguished dancers bring their signature blend of technical skill and emotional performance to this seminal ballet. (more...)

Guarneri Quartet's Arnold Steinhardt to Join LACO for WESTSIDE CONNECTIONS, 2/13
by BWW News Desk - Feb 3, 2014

Arnold Steinhardt, acclaimed first violin of the illustrious Guarneri Quartet, joins the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) for its WESTSIDE CONNECTIONS chamber music series launch on Thursday, February 13, 2014, 7:30 pm, at the Moss Theater in Santa Monica. The three-part series, with 'LA Influential' as this year's thematic twist, examines the impact our diverse city has had on arts and culture through the eyes of distinguished guest artists and speakers. LACO Concertmaster and series curator Margaret Batjer has programmed evenings that showcase the virtuosic artistry of LACO musicians in chamber masterpieces, reflecting the compelling LA connections and inspirations that have deeply influenced the special guests, who in addition to Steinhart, include Culture Clash satirist/comedian Richard Montoya and actor/director/composer John Rubinstein. (more...)

THE MACHINE, MACBETH and More Set for Manchester International Festival, July 2013
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2013

The theatre programme for the Manchester International Festival 2013 has been announced. MIF13 commissions include: The Machine, The Old Woman, Macbeth, The Masque of Anarchy and The Rite of Spring. (more...)

Brooklyn Phil Presents Deborah Buck In Recital
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2012

Sunday, January 29 at 2:00pm at the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Philharmonic will present violinist Deborah Buck-concertmaster of the Brooklyn Phil since 2007-in recital with pianist Molly Morkoski. (more...)

BARNUM, THE PAJAMA GAME AND MORE: Chichester Festival Theatre Confirms 2013 Season!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2013

Theatre in the Park will be unveiled with a major revival of the musical Barnum presented in association with Cameron Mackintosh. Directed by Timothy Sheader, Artistic Director of Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, this production will star the versatile and consummate Broadway entertainer Christopher Fitzgerald in the title role. (more...)

Kennedy Center Announces Lineup for WORLD STAGES: International Theater Festival 2014
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2014

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will host 22 theatrical offerings from 20 different countries during WORLD STAGES: International Theater Festival 2014 that will run for three weeks March 10-30, 2014 throughout the Center. The international festival features contemporary theater works offering 13 fully staged productions, 4 theater-focused installations, 3 readings of new works, and 2 forums. From Olivier and Tony Award-winning puppetry to innovative perspectives on old classics, a diverse showcase of theatrical expression will be represented by countries spanning the globe including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, England, France, Iceland, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Pakistan, Palestine, Scotland, South Africa, Sudan, Syria, and the United States. (more...)

Olga Peretyatko Releases New Album 'Arabesque'
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2014

Sony Classical is pleased to announce the release of Russian soprano Olga Peretyatko's newest album, Arabesque, which was recorded with the NDR Sinfonieorchester (more...)

Harbourfront And Arabesque's JAMRA Closes
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2012

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque, in association with Small World Music, present JAMRA, a contemporary production inspired by the dance forms of the nomadic and gypsy (Rom) peoples of Egypt, Turkey, North Africa, Iran and Lebanon. (more...)

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque Present Jamra, 2/9
by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2012

Harbourfront Centre and Arabesque, in association with Small World Music, present JAMRA, a contemporary production inspired by the dance forms of the nomadic and gypsy (Rom) peoples of Egypt, Turkey, North Africa, Iran and Lebanon. JAMRA premieres at the Fleck Dance Theatre on Thursday, February 9, 2012 and runs until Sunday, February 12, 2012 as part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps 11/12 series. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Robert Motherwell Retrospective Gives Collage an Intellectual Edge
by Patrick Kennedy - Dec 7, 2013

The new Guggenheim showcase, ROBERT MOTHERWELL: EARLY COLLAGES, shows a well-read, widely-resourceful artist working in top form. (more...)

Great Music at St. Bart's to Welcome William K. Trafka for New Year's Concert
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2013

For the 18th straight year, Great Music at St. Bart's will present organist William K. Trafka in an organ recital to usher in the New Year. The concert will take place on Tuesday, December 31 at 11 pm. Trafka, St. Bart's Organist and Director of Music since 1995, has performed this concert since New Year's Eve, 1996. (more...)

FLASH SPECIAL: THE NUTCRACKER Is A Mouse-See Special Ballet Event
by Pat Cerasaro - Dec 13, 2013

Today we are highlighting one of the most celebrated and cherished ballets ever composed, now, more than 120 years after its premiere - the new Fathom Events national movie theater presentation of Tchaikovsky's THE NUTCRACKER performed by the Royal Opera House Ballet. (more...)

KahaneSwensenBrey Trio Plays Segerstrom Center Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2013

The KahaneSwensenBrey Trio, comprised of Jeffrey Kahane, piano; Joseph Swensen, violin; and Carter Brey, cello, perform an evening of celebrated chamber music at Segerstrom Center for the Arts tonight, December 12 at Samueli Theater. (more...)

Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival Celebrates 35th Anniversary With Gala Concert at Dimenna Center Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Apr 8, 2014

Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival will present a concert open to the public for the first time in New York this evening, April 8, 2014 at 7:45 p.m. at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Cary Hall, 450 West 37th Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. (more...)

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