Featuring Mozart’s Requiem and the New York premiere of Stephen Paulus’ Prayers and Remembrances, originally commissioned for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. True Concord Voices & Orchestra™ draws upon the first rank of professional choral and instrumental musicians from around the United States in service of its artistic mission:
We have a great Thanksgiving gift for all of our loyal readers! But first… Distinguished Concerts International New York is ushering in the holiday season this year at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center with Messiah…Refreshed! The grand holiday concert spectacle will take place on Sunday, November 25th at 2PM.
I had no clue what the Bastille Day was about until the good folks at The Skint provided me with the following info: Here’s what Bastille Day means to the French: civic pride, national celebrations, a commemoration of the storming of the Bastille and the rise of the modern French
Broadway shows, in case you didn’t know, are very expensive. And while it’s very impressive to see live musical theater, it’s not always worth the hefty price tag. Thankfully, on occasion, you get events put on by the New York Festival of Song that showcase Broadway caliber talent for FREE.
Rooftop Films has decided to support the Occupy Wall Street movement in one of the most awesome ways possible: FREE films! From Dec. 13-16, four films featuring issues that helped ignite the movement will be shown at various theaters throughout New York. According to the Rooftop Films’
Your FREE ticket to participating in those pretentious party conversations. Cheap-Asses should drag their broke asses to the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive on the third floor The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center where you can watch video recordings of Broadway, Off-Broadway, and
The circus isn’t exactly built for people of age. While the wonders of elephants and aerialists might wow and dazzle the tween-and-under set, us jaded adults or “adults” tend to find different outlets for inducing wonder (drink specials!). So in lieu of busting the bank on some bears riding tricycles
Dudes, it’s cold outside. I totally get that you are pretty comfortable in your apartment under that electric blanket of yours, but tonight the enigmatic ladies from old-school soul outfit The Sweet Divines are warming things up with their first holiday spectacular at Lincoln Center. They’ve invited special guests Eli “Paperboy”