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New York's beloved cultural event celebrates 50 years with a look back and a look ahead.
The virtuoso violinist treats us to a taste of Cuban music and culture.
The pianist delivers a love letter to New York, with a little help from his friends.
The legendary company thrills with four works, including Ailey's masterpiece Revelations.
The spirit of the Shakers infuses this musical journey into the heart of rural America.
Renée Fleming, Andrea Bocelli and Jamie Barton highlight one of opera's favorite events.
A frothy musical tribute to the City of Light, starring Susan Graham and Nathan Lane.
The New York Philharmonic's tribute to Ol' Blue Eyes, hosted by Seth MacFarlane.
The music of this adventurous composer receives a crackling premiere via subwoofer sound.
The flutist and founder of the International Contemporary Ensemble premieres a new work.
The prodigious founder of the International Contemporary Ensemble premieres new work.
The acclaimed dulcimer player premieres his new work, "Quatre Huîtres," at Lincoln Center.
The prolific rocker leads Joshua Bell and Cuban musical guests in one of his biggest hits.
The singer-songwriter invites the Chamber Orchestra of Havana for a first performance.
The seasoned violinist performs Vivaldi's "Summer" movement from The Four Seasons.
The virtuoso pianist tells us why New York is such a special place for him.
World premiere of the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer's monumental work for 800 voices.
The Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary season with a look back and a look ahead.
Two legendary voices join the Philharmonic for a festive celebration of American music.
The virtuoso violinist gives us a taste of Cuban music and culture.
The prolific performer rocks out on one of his hit songs with musicians from Cuba.
Lang Lang, Lindsey Stirling, and Regina Spektor talk about what they love about New York.
The celebrated jazz vocalist takes us to one of his favorite clubs in Greenwich Village.
The virtuoso pianist and his special guests deliver a love letter to his adoptive home.