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Selections from the 3rd Century BC to the 20th Century, Germany, Austria, and France at Neue Galerie, Latin Icons of the World at Carnegie Hall, and more.

American Ballet Theatre presents "The Nutcracker," American Christmas Cards at Bard Graduate Center, holiday tunes at Carnegie Hall, and more.

Will Barnet at the National Academy Museum, Latin Icons of the world at Carnegie Hall, Jesse Eisenberg off-Broadway, and more.

Latin-American photo portraits at the Brooklyn Museum, BAM's 150th season, de Kooning at MoMA, The New York Film Festival, and more.

Picasso's muse, Moroccan music, Liz Taylor and Norman Jewison restrospectives, and more.

Learn about New York in the 1790s, Spring for Music at Carnegie Hall, a new take on Peter Pan, the Belarus Free Theatre, and more.

Painter George Condo at the New Museum, Merce Cunningham Dance Company's legacy tour, and Asia Week New York 2011.

If you’re a New Yorker and you’re reading this column, chances are pretty good you’re a concertgoer—whether it’s orchestral, chamber music, alt-rock, jazz, experimental, opera, what have you. Some of them are pretty spectacular. To cite a couple of examples off the top of my head, it’s pretty hard to beat the exhilarating production of […]

Some theater works, like the new Addams Family musical (which I’ll talk about next week) seem tailor-made to appeal to the widest number of people. But one of the joys of New York is the ability to see equally professional productions of shows that seem tailor-made to offend or confuse most audiences. At Carnegie Hall […]

Mendelssohn’s Elijah—with its booming choruses, fugal counterpoint, beautiful but conservative harmonic progressions, and impassioned melodic lines—has the potential to be the spring season counterpart to Handel’s Messiah in December. Somehow, though, Elijah has never managed to reach anything close to that level of popularity, except perhaps in England, where religious oratorio has always has a […]

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