Posts Tagged ‘Lincoln Center’

Summer Guide To Film

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Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Downtown Film Forum This West Village hub of art house cinema continues its quest to promote new indie and underground releases, as well as a wide array of repertory selections. It remains the only autonomous nonprofit cinema in New York City. Selections this summer will include a tribute to silent film maestro Erich von Stroheim, [&hellip
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CityArts Partner: The Kioi Sinfonietta Tokyo Celebrates the Centennial of Japan’s Gift of the Cherry Blossom Trees with a Four-City U.S. Tour

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As the first cherry blossoms are beginning to bloom in New York, the musicians of the Kioi Sinfonietta Tokyo are preparing for their first visit to the U.S. to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Japan’s gift of the cherry blossom trees to the United States. As part of this tour, the Kioi Sinfonietta Tokyo, one [&hellip
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Going the Distance

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

With 4000 Miles, Amy Herzog graduates to the head of the class By Doug Strassler I wasn’t a very big fan of Amy Herzog’s last play, 2010’s After the Revolution; despite a starry and experienced cast, I found the thoughtful work heavy-handed and dramatically clunky. I am happy to report, then, that I am exceedingly [&hellip
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Notes From THe Neighborhood: Titanic Anniversary Performance

Written by Megan Finnegan Bungeroth on . Posted in Notes From the Neighborhood west side spirit, West Side Spirit

Titanic   Compiled by Megan Bungeroth & Josh Rogers Marking the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on Thursday, April 12 at 8:30 p.m., a new original play will premiere at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium, 61 W. 62nd St. The free show follows the survivors of the ship’s tragic mid-Atlantic iceberg crash. Parts [&hellip
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Searching for Downtown Prodigies: The Turning Point for Jesse Manning

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By Beth Mellow Almost three years ago, 14-year-old Jesse Manning moved to New York City with no family and the chance to pursue his passion: ballet. Originally from Orlando, Fla., Manning studied at the School of American Ballet near Lincoln Center for a summer as a young teen. The school was so impressed with him [&hellip
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By Dan Rivoli Lincoln Center announced highlights from its study on the economic impact the performing arts complex has on New York City. Lincoln Center estimates that $3.4 billion of economic activity is generated from its 12 resident organizations, which includes the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic and the New York City Ballet
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Go Toward the White Light

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Lincoln Center’s Jane Moss has a solution for modern life By Corinne Ramey “What struck me quite forcefully was the state of people’s attention in the time in which we live,” said Jane Moss, Lincoln Center’s vice president for programming. “With the explosion of technology, what we see increasingly is a kind of ADD out [&hellip
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City Week: October 29 – November 4

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 Portrait of Lincoln—The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, led by Alondra de la Parra, opens its New York season with a concert that features actor Chris Noth as the narrator in Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait.” Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, 1941 Broadway, 212-671-4050; 7:30, $15+
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