May 30 at Carnegie Hall
She’s the gorgeous soprano (and recent Time 100 honoree) who’s routinely all over the Met and is just now making her Carnegie debut; he’s the brooding, white-maned baritone who recently sang in Eugene Onegin. A Russian vocal force to be reckoned with.
2. Eiko & Koma
May 24 through 27 at Danspace Project
This Japanese-American pair’s delicate, pensive movement is always revelatory, and especially so in the graveyard of St. Mark’s Church, with hanging paintings as backdrop.