- November 15, 2004 | Feature
- John Adams
Composer And Curator Of The “In Your Ear” Festival At Carnegie Hall.
- November 8, 2004 | Feature
- We Need A New Name For “World Music”
A friend once remarked to me that the term “world music” evokes an annoying Pan flute.
- November 29, 2004 | Feature
- A ‘Nutcracker’ Family Album
Celebrating a half-century of Sugarplum Fairies, ﬁrst trips to the ballet, and a perpetual cash machine.
- May 6, 2002 | Feature
- Dance Fever (Ballet Style)
- December 3, 2001 | Feature
The Nutcracker Suite premiered in 1892, but only after World War II did the Tchaikovsky ballet become a New York family rite. Today, there's an interpretation for any sugarplum -- child or not.The
- September 26, 2005 | Feature
- Claire Danes Steps Out of the Shadows
And into a Wyeth painting.
- July 18, 2005 | Feature
- Influences: Merce Cunningham
The choreographer on John Cage, 'The Golden Girls', and Mrs. Barrett’s tap class.
- April 25, 2005 | Feature
- Choreographer: Mark Morris
"If literal means there’s a turn on a trill, or you dance fast when the music’s fast and slow when the music’s slow, then fine, I’m guilty."
- May 26, 2003 | Top Five
- Top 5 Carousels
Everyone knows about Central Park and Coney Island, but there are plenty of other places to take the kidsÂ—or yourselfÂ—for a spin on a carousel.
- October 31, 2005 | Long Story Short
- How the Ballets Russes Inspired Dance's Great Leap Forward—And a New Film
From Parisian avant-garde to the Film Forum in seven steps.