The composers Ashley Fure and Conrad Tao make their New York Philharmonic debuts with new works during the first two weeks of the season.
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Mr. Andsnes has recorded these four famously difficult works, with a selection of Nocturnes, for a new album on Sony Classical.
With the latest installment of this series, the Stephen Petronio Company will be the only one able to perform a full evening of Cunningham works.
Playing at Le Poisson Rouge, Taka Kigawa found shared themes among 21st-century works by Akiko Yamane, Beat Furrer, Matthew Aucoin and Luciano Berio.
The 77-year-old singer will reach a virtually unheard-of milestone when he sings his 150th role at the Salzburg Festival in Austria on Thursday.
The beloved annual festival will return to New York City Center in October, with appearances by ballet stars and international dance companies.
“Moses,” a production by the Bavarian State Opera’s youth program, brings together a cast of teenage refugees, children of immigrants and Germans.
The New Art Dealers Alliance announced that it would cancel its annual fair, one of many in a crowded scene, and open a new gallery for its members.
Ms. Childs’s “the day,” featuring the ballet star Wendy Whelan and music by David Lang, is one of the works to inaugurate the upstate New York center.