Nothing says Christmas like the Nutcracker Ballet..wonderful story makes you feel like child again. No bad seats in the entire house but get close if you can, it's a real treat
Symphonic, Opera, Jazz, Ballet. Who could ask for more? The best of the best is at Lincoln Center. No visit to New York is complete without it!
There is not a month in the year when I have failed to attend a significant event here - opera, dance, chamber music, recitals, theatre. A great, great partof New York City. Invaluable.
Bless your ears with the some of the most heavenly performances in NYC. See anything, its all good. Tuesdays at noon there is a free jazz performance in the Library at the rear of the complex.
While I do not like the acoustics of the Philharmonic Hall, and ingeneral the interior of the State Theater designed by Phillip Johnson, it is a piece of time and as a complex of culture it is excellent. Of course, the NY City Ballet is what US modern ballet is based upon. The Met Opera is visually stunning both the... More
Its easier to hang out here in the summer, but frankly, I love it in winter. There are a bunch of choices, and you can almost always find a ticket to something -- great films, music, dance. And it nothing strikes your fancy, plenty of spots for food or a coffee.
Wonderful night of music. Mary Chapin Carpenter writes music that is pure poetry, and I was a little afraid that the size and potential volume of the orchestra would overwhelm the music, but under expert direction, that did not happen.
They offer all sorts of events. We saw the Nutcracker here in December. We expected a little bit more from a ballet, but it was still fun. If you can get a deal on tickets it's great for a date night.
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