There’s something for everyone, from classical music in the park to Alvin Ailey at Lincoln Center and four must-not-miss art shows spotlighting women.
This fall will feature international theater works that were once a staple of the discontinued Lincoln Center Festival.
The company will perform two programs at Lincoln Center with dances, including “Aureole,” representing essential dimensions of Taylor’s career.
The festival will feature a globally popular production of “The Magic Flute,” a new Mark Morris dance and a musical adaptation of a Langston Hughes poem.
Henry Timms, who helped create #GivingTuesday, will become the leader of a center buffeted by management churn in recent years.
For this essential New York choreographer’s centenary, a Public Library exhibition full of the joy and anxiety of postwar Manhattan.
The soprano Christine Goerke and the conductors Gustavo Dudamel, Simon Rattle and Ivan Fischer are highlights of the 2019-20 Great Performers series.
Taking the company reins, Michael Novak has planned a tour to honor Taylor with nine programs of his work.
Has there ever been a year at the world’s most prestigious arts center more filled with change than 2018?