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Tuesday 22 October 2019:
Lincoln Center White Light Festival presents: Sugimoto Bunraku Tuesday 22 October 2019

Tue 22 Oct 2019, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
Sugimoto Bunraku Sonezaki Shinju
The Love Suicides at Sonezaki (U.S. production premiere)
Original text by Chikamatsu Monzaemon
Hiroshi Sugimoto, artistic director
Seiji Tsurusawa, composer and director
Tomogoro Yamamura, choreography ...

Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October 2019:

From Monday 28 October to Thursday 31 October 2019:
The Mabel Mercer Foundation’s 30th New York Cabaret Convention From Monday 28 October to Thursday 31 October 2019

Rose Theater, New York
THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET: CELEBRATING DOROTHY FIELDS & GREAT WOMEN SONGWRITERS, hosted by Deborah Grace Winer; music director Mark Hummel. Featuring Karrin Allyson, Christine Andreas, Debby Boone, Darius de Haas, La Tanya Hall, Nicolas King, Jay Leonhart, Kenita Miller, James Naughton, Linda Purl, Margo Seibert, Emily Skinner, Stacy Sullivan, Tom Wopat. 


From Wednesday 6 November to Saturday 9 November 2019:
Lincoln Center White Light Festival presents: Manganiyar Seduction From Wednesday 6 November to Saturday 9 November 2019

Rose Theater, New York
The Manganiyar Seduction
Roysten Abel, concept and director
Deu Khan, conductor
With Manganiyar musicians
Ten years after it first enthralled audiences at the inaugural White Light Festival, Roysten Abel’s show-stopping dance of delirium featuring Manganiyar musicians returns.
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Sunday 15 December 2019:
Tan Dun conducts The Orchestra Now Sunday 15 December 2019

Sun 15 Dec 2019, 14:00 - Rose Theater, New York
Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer and conductor  Tan Dun  returns to lead the U.S. premiere of his Violin Concerto: Rhapsody and Fantasia, along with works by Stravinsky, Debussy, and Bartók.


Sunday 22 March 2020:
Leonard Slatkin conducts The Orchestra Now Sunday 22 March 2020

Sun 22 Mar 2020, 15:00 - Rose Theater, New York
Grammy winner Leonard Slatkin, Music Director Laureate of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conducts an elegy to his late parents, along with Rachmaninoff’s hauntingly beautiful second symphony.




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