A Mark Morris world premiere, part of the Mostly Mozart Festival, is awkward and has much less to say than the Schubert work it’s paired with.
Ashley Fure’s throbbing “The Force of Things,” having its New York premiere, renders scarily palpable the threat posed by climate change.
The center has overhauled its summer offerings. But its signature festival is now suffering from an identity crisis.
Our critic helps intimidated newcomers learn what to listen to, where to hear it and how to find more of what you like.
Check out the Carters’ North American tour, Ms. Helman’s dive into class tensions and the final season of a Hulu family drama.
Carlus Padrissa’s staging, conducted by Laurence Equilbey, is part of the new mix of offerings at the Mostly Mozart Festival.
The Mostly Mozart Festival presented Bernstein’s amalgam of Catholic liturgy and countercultural energy from 1971. But what does it mean in 2018?
Laurence Equilbey is bringing her ensembles to Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival for a production of Haydn’s oratorio staged by Carlus Padrissa.
In “Available Light,” her 1983 collaboration with Frank Gehry and John Adams, what matters most is who moves when, and with whom.