For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
Marina Abramovic’s life is put to music
For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
Jim Fletcher and Kate Moran go at it in Love's End
BAM hosts the return of a now classic avant-garde opera
Theater director Lorca Peress is directing two one act operas opening this weekend at Queen College's Goldstein Theater. My Kinsman, Major Molineau (making its New York premiere) and The Image Maker (making its world premiere) were both composed by Bruce Saylor and are conducted by Ms. Peress's fath ... More >>
The Round of 64 for Sound of the City's own version of March Madnessin which you, the Sound of the City voting public, help determine the quintessential New York musicianfinishes up this week, with the Round of 32 scheduled to kick off Monday. (The schedule and results so far are he ... More >>
Every day this month, in conjunction with our Feb. 1 cover story "Philip Glass, An East Village Voice," Sound of the City will post excepts of interviews with Glass and his collaborators, as well as reviews of several concerts celebrating his 75th birthday. Earlier this week, we published our inter ... More >>
The world-renowned composer is still a neighborhood staple
Jean-Baptiste Lully's masterpiece French-Baroques its way back to BAM
Emmanuelle Phuon and Sally Silvers join the veteran NYC artist, Nikolai Hübbe talks about his company
Lt. Daniel Choi resembles so many other American soldiers in many, many ways: as a late 20s West Point grad who loves his country, a born-again Christian, as a soldier who's served two tours in Iraq, and as a soldier who's been kicked out of the military. But even that isn't the distinguishment t ... More >>
New York City: The Best in the World, no doubt. And every year, the Village Voice is as close to the eye of the swirling chaos that it is, and every year, we take one step back to say: this is the best shit in the best city in the world. Normally, 2010 would be no different, but this year, gu ... More >>
En garde, avant-garde!
The opposite of operatic
BAM celebrates 100 years of a Portuguese master
Hallowed music gets the Gat treatment
Capturing the city's '70s and '80s underground
Chinese opera comes to Lincoln Center; Greek myth goes to a roller disco.
Transport Group leaves out the props; The Internationalist leaves out information
The eternal hustler works his gloomy-gus shtick and leaves the hipsters wanting more
Cost-Cutting Tip for Theaters: Delete the Art That's Lost Its Meaning
Avant-Garde Guru Richard Kostelanetz Goes Off the Map
The New Bureau for Citizenship and Immigration ServicesOnce the INSImpedes International Cultural Exchange
Ritual and Avant-Garde at the Lincoln Center Festival
Two Generations of Dance Keep It Cutting Edge
French Tries, by Romanian Eugene Ionesco, Come Alive
Composing the Perfect Season
Auteur Director Ivo van Hove Brings Some Radical Will to Alice in Bed
The 2000 Humana Festival of New American Plays
Theater's Been in Flux All Century Long, So What's Left for It in the Next?
Tina Landaus 'Space' Invaders
Martha Graham's Heritage Strides On
Graham Company Embraces Change
At the Kitchen, a New-Style Chef