Iconoclastic composer and performer Meredith Monk looks to the future through an intergenerational production with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City. The “body sings and the voice dances” in this program that captures the kinetic energy and pioneering philosophy of Monk’s six-decade exploration of the human voice as an instrument, transmitted and

  Iconoclastic composer and performer Meredith Monk looks to the future through an intergenerational production with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City. The “body sings and the voice dances” in this program that captures the kinetic energy and pioneering philosophy of Monk’s six-decade exploration of the human voice as an instrument, transmitted and

Iconoclastic composer and performer Meredith Monk looks to the future through an intergenerational production with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City. The “body sings and the voice dances” in this program that captures the kinetic energy and pioneering philosophy of Monk’s six-decade exploration of the human voice as an instrument, transmitted and luminously

    Charles Dickens’ beloved Christmas classic comes to life with full symphonic orchestral forces, choir and world-class soloists. Zandonai’s first produced lyric theater work, this passionate, opera in concert will awaken your senses with visceral, dramatic music.   

American Repertory Ballet Carmen at its debut appearance at the highly regarded Gerald W. Lynch Theater, located on the campus of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York City. The program opens with Kirk Peterson’s The Eyes that Gently Touch, set to the driving rhythms of Philip Glass’ Mad Rush, culminating in a dance replete with romance and

“Among the most inventive musicians in the Arab world,” (Guardian, U.K.) Nazareth-born brothers Samir, Wissam, and Adnan Joubran seamlessly blend traditional Arabic music with inflections derived from jazz, rock, and flamenco. At this intimate performance, they pay tribute to one of their most influential collaborators—the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish who died in 2008. Reading

A theater phenomenon that played to sold-out houses around Israel, this drama based on David Grossman’s critically acclaimed novel explores the intertwining threads of love and family between Ora, Ilan, and Avram, who meet as teenagers in a hospital during the Six-Day War in 1967. Decades later, when Ora’s son volunteers to go to the

A theater phenomenon that played to sold-out houses around Israel, this drama based on David Grossman’s critically acclaimed novel explores the intertwining threads of love and family between Ora, Ilan, and Avram, who meet as teenagers in a hospital during the Six-Day War in 1967. Decades later, when Ora’s son volunteers to go to the

A theater phenomenon that played to sold-out houses around Israel, this drama based on David Grossman’s critically acclaimed novel explores the intertwining threads of love and family between Ora, Ilan, and Avram, who meet as teenagers in a hospital during the Six-Day War in 1967. Decades later, when Ora’s son volunteers to go to the

A theater phenomenon that played to sold-out houses around Israel, this drama based on David Grossman’s critically acclaimed novel explores the intertwining threads of love and family between Ora, Ilan, and Avram, who meet as teenagers in a hospital during the Six-Day War in 1967. Decades later, when Ora’s son volunteers to go to the

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