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Masters of bowing and plucking take center stage this week.
Berlin Meets West 57th
Recommended fare from Carnegie Hall’s celebration of Europe’s white-hot cultural capital.
They Talk, Too?
Choreographers step out of the studio to discuss their work.
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Show and Tell: ‘Opus Jazz’
Huff Post Protest Singer Not Oppressed
But somewhat marginalized.
Getting to Know You
A concert dedicated to one composer—especially one who’s not as familiar as Beethoven or Brahms— can paint a much richer picture of his music than a single symphony would.
Second Time’s the Charm
If you missed these bright lights of the classical scene—a young dynamo and an established leader—in their recent high-profile city appearances, catch them this week.
Dance Moments of the Year
45. Because Music Is Starting to Sound a Lot Better Here
Offstage Talent: Taye Diggs
Village Gate to Swing Again
What’s red and fishy?
Heart of Glass
How do you know if he thinks of you as more than a cellist?
Talking English: William Bolcom and Steve Blier
Standards Bearer: Maude Maggart
As Peter Gelb’s Met updates its productions, Franco Zeffirelli feels dissed.
The Glass Menagerie: Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch
A Brilliant Tyrant
City Ballet’s spring tribute to Jerome Robbins, creative genius and tantrum-thrower.
The Road to St. Patrick’s
Who will be New York’s next archbishop?
Settling the Score
Composer Danny Elfman—known for scoring many Tim Burton movies and for writing the Simpsons theme—annotates his rollicking finale to Twyla Tharp’s new ballet for American Ballet Theatre.