Jazz at Lincoln Center: Fall/Winter Season
Jazz at Lincoln Center provides a wide variety of events including festivals, concerts, education events and a diverse array of guest artists.
Designing Modern Women, 1890s–1990s
This highly anticipated exhibit features insight on how the 20th century design was greatly formed and improved by the creativity of women. Curated by Juliet Kinchin.
Venetian Glass Designed by Italian Architect Carlo Scarpa
The exhibition features nearly 300 carefully selected works that highlight Scarpa’s significant contribution to the art of Venetian glass.
The exhibition will coincide with an extensive program by the Central Park Conservancy to conserve the obelisk of Thutmose III, popularly known as “Cleopatra’s Needle.”
Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital
An inside look at some of the new technologically advanced production techniques—3-D printing, digital knitting and computer-controlled machining—that are driving contemporary artistic expression, featuring fine-art works from Anish Kapoor, as well as fantastical design and architecture from the likes of Zaha Hadid, Ron Arad and others.
The Jurassic age surfaces in Philadelphia at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University with the six-month-long exhibition Dinosaurs Unearthed. In a multi-sensory experience, see life-size, animatronic dinosaurs, as well as skeletons, fossil casts, real specimens and tons of interactive elements
One Day in Pompeii
Travel back in time to explore the daily life — and tragic end — of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii as The Franklin Institute hosts One Day in Pompeii, a blockbuster traveling exhibition. The immersive exhibition includes hundreds of incredible artifacts and a formidable CGI experience that transports visitors back to the earth-shattering natural disaster.
Beyond The Paint: Philadelphia’s Mural Arts
Started as part of the Philadelphia Anti-Graffiti Network in 1984, the Mural Arts Program has established itself as a global leader in the public arts arena. Beyond The Paint: Philadelphia’s Mural Arts at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts celebrates the work of 30 years of community-engaged art creation in Philadelphia. Through this inspirational and innovative organization, thousands of residents have participated in the creation of more than 3,600 murals—a testament to the talent in the city and the power of community.
Night Skies in the Observatory - Franklin Institute
On the 2nd Thurs of each month Learn and view some of space’s stars, planets, nebulae and galaxies at the Franklin Institute’s Joel N. Bloom Observatory.
Before the blockbuster movie, the play sold out theaters across America. The storytelling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs propels this enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship at the.
PRIDE & PREJUDICE
One of literature’s greatest love stories sweeps onto the stage of. Jane Austen’s masterpiece is passionate and funny in this fresh, dance-filled adaptation.
Cirque Eloize Cirkopolis
Cirkopolis combines the worlds of circus, dance, and theater. In the heart of a stern and imposing city, giant gears and dark portals symbolize a mechanism that crushes individuality. Twelve acrobats and multidisciplinary artists rebel against monotony, reinvent themselves, and challenge the limits of the factory-city. In a world where fantasy provokes reality, the veil of anonymity is lifted and replaced by bursts of color.
Washington National Opera: Moby-Dick
One man's obsession leaves a lethal wake of destruction in Jake Heggie's triumphant new opera of Herman Melville's 19th-century literary masterwork.
Have the time of your life at this smash-hit musical that combines ABBA's greatest hits, including Dancing Queen, S.O.S., Super Trouper, Take a Chance on Me and The Winner Takes It All with an enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship.
The Washington Ballet: British Invasion: The Beatles & The Rolling Stones
A Day in the Life: Choreography by Trey McIntyre, Music – Songs by The Beatles; Rooster: Choreography by Christopher Bruce, Music – Songs by The Rolling Stones.
National Symphony Orchestra: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor / Daniil Trifonov, piano, plays Rachmaninoff
Conductor Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos leads Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, featuring young piano sensation Daniil Trifonov in his NSO debut, along with young mezzo-soprano Kelley O'Connor in Falla's El amor brujo. Ticket costs vary from $10-$85.
Washington National Opera: The Elixir of Love
Handsome Nemorino employs a "magical tonic" to win feisty Adina's affections in Donizetti's loveable comic opera--a warm and inspired masterpiece cherished for its whimsical wit, endearing characters, beautiful arias, and intoxicating duets.
In Focus: Architecture
Drawn from the J. Paul Getty Museum's collection, this exhibition surveys the history of architectural photography through images of sacred and secular structures, picturesque environments, abstracted spaces, and conceptual forms.
Miracles and Martyrs: Saints in the Middle Ages
This exhibition looks at illuminated manuscripts from the permanent collection and reveals the widespread appeal and influence of saints in art and society during the Middle Ages.
Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
The company of 40, comprised of award-winning principals and corps de ballet, perform Olympic-worthy leaps, lifts and pirouettes in the classic holiday ballet. To the delight of audiences of all ages, the artists bring humor, charm, athletic prowess and Russian flair to Tchaikovsky’s timeless score.
Los Angeles Ballet presents "Quartet"
Los Angeles Ballet presents QUARTET, a mixed program of both renowned and new works selected by Los Angeles Ballet Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary including: Return to a Strange Land/Kylián, Stars and Stripes/Balanchine, and two World Premieres. With a run time of around 2 hours this spectacular performance is suitable for all ages
Evgeny Kissin in Recital
Evgeny Kissin was born in Moscow in October 1971 and began to play by ear and improvise on the piano at the age of just two! The superstar pianist, who gave the first recital in Walt Disney Concert Hall in October 2003, returns with a program of Romantic works, the repertory for which he is justifiably famous.
ComposerLab LA On Stage
An intimate behind-the-scenes look into the creative process of a film composer. Peter Golub, Director of the Sundance Institute Film Music Program, hosts an afternoon delving into the career one of the most successful and exciting film composers working today.
Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined
Using structures, textures, scents, lighting and colour, some of the most creative minds from around the world are coming to the RA, and will transform the Main Galleries. Explore the different moods and touch, to bring this extraordinary exhibition to life.
BADA Antiques and Fine Arts Fair
This internationally acclaimed event boats top quality art and antiques, offered for sale by Britain’s best. All exhibitors are members of the prestigious British Antique Dealers’ Association and offer a prestigious array of fine furniture, paintings, clocks, ceramics, silver, jewellery and much more.