For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
Ambient noise rock thrills fans, scares tourists
For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.
The Bang On A Can marathon returns
A famous Clifford Odets play returns to the Belasco Theatre
Stephanie BergerGlenn Branca Bang On A Can Marathon: Philip Glass, Sun Ra Arkestra, Glenn Branca, Asphalt Orchestra, Talea Ensemble, BOAC All-Stars, JACK Quartet (and many more) Winter Garden, World Financial Center Sunday, June 19 Better than: Any 13-hour stretch of the Northside Festival. ... More >>
Bang on a Can's 13-hour musical love-in returns
A 12-hour workout for your ears
Where's That Stairway to Heaven?
It's not exactly Tosca, but Astronome--a collaboration between MacArthur-genius director Richard Foreman and MacArthur-genius composer John Zorn--is an opera of sorts. In the piece, currently playing at the Ontological-Hysteric Theater, Foreman's funhouse mindscape animates Zorn's cacophonous, amusi ... More >>
Back at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Pina Bausch sings the blues while Bollywood smiles
Ridge Theater celebrates Emily Dickinson
A tech-savvy artiste crafts sonorous alarm-clock symphonies
Bring your pillow to this all-night concert
Live accompaniment for Bill Morrison's avant-garde collage
Parsons strips and struts with irrational exuberance
Performers counter anomie with dire athletics
Wayne McGregor and his dancers investigate and fight the inevitability of imperfection
Men and men, men and women, women and women knotting together, tangles be damned
Veteran dance-theater duo plays fast and loose with Ionesco
Bilingual, time-jumping, and polycultural, John Jesurun scrambles Goethe's mythic egghead
The Art of Destruction
New Work From David Gordon, Tamar Rogoff, and New York City Ballet
A Modest Proposal From Downtown Musicians
White Oak Shines New Light on Rambunctious Old Days
The Bang on a Can Festival Charms but No Longer Thrills
No Dancing Allowed
When Is an Act Not an Act?
Katchor in the Wry
As the millennium ends, Modernist Music is making a comeback. Why are we suddenly nostalgic for the formerly new?
Three Chaos Junkies at the Kitchen