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From Thursday 31 May to Monday 4 June 2018:
NYCO presents: Brokeback Mountain From Thursday 31 May to Monday 4 June 2018

Rose Theater, New York
After successful premieres in Europe, this intrinsically American work exploring conflict between love and identity finally debuts in the U.S. Inspired by the 2005 blockbuster film, American composer Charles Wuorinen approached author Annie Proulx to adapt her short story into an opera. This production, led by conductor Kazem Abdullah, is the second production in City Opera´s LGBT Pride Initiative

From Thursday 7 June to Saturday 9 June 2018:
Wynton Marsalis From Thursday 7 June to Saturday 9 June 2018

Rose Theater, New York
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra presents a rare concert devoted entirely to Wynton Marsalis' original music. In addition to a broad selection of favorites drawn from Marsalis' legendary career, the centerpiece of the evening will be the world premiere of Marsalis' new extended work: ( The Ever-Funky Lowdown) . This JALC-commissioned piece is the latest entry to Marsalis' renowned canon of mus

Thursday 12 July 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b> Available Light</b> Thursday 12 July 2018

Thu 12 Jul 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
Dance, music, and architecture are transformed into a "work of blazing formal beauty" ( New York Times ) in this dance piece created by three American icons: choreographer Lucinda Childs, composer John Adams, and architect Frank Gehry.


Thursday 19 and Friday 20 July 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival Thursday 19 and Friday 20 July 2018

Rose Theater, New York
Avant-garde Catalan theater collective La Fura dels Baus transforms Haydn’s famous oratorio into an

Thursday 9 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b> Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Thursday 9 August 2018

Thu 9 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


Friday 10 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b>Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Friday 10 August 2018

Fri 10 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


Saturday 11 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b>Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Saturday 11 August 2018

Sat 11 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


Sunday 12 August 2018:
Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival: <b>Mark Morris Dance Group</b> Sunday 12 August 2018

Sun 12 Aug 2018, 17:00 - Rose Theater, New York
This buoyant triptych of dances by "the most influential choreographer alive" ( New York Times ) features works set to music by Monteverdi and Brahms that reveal the intricacies of romantic love and a world premiere set to Schubert’s famous "Trout" quintet.


From Thursday 13 September to Saturday 15 September 2018:
Spaces by Wynton Marsalis From Thursday 13 September to Saturday 15 September 2018

Rose Theater, New York
entertaining exploration of the animal kingdom. Performed for the first time (to sold-out crowds) in 2016, this

Friday 19 and Saturday 20 October 2018:
Joey Alexander with Strings Friday 19 and Saturday 20 October 2018

Rose Theater, New York
15-year-old pianist Joey Alexander performs original compositions and his favorite Coltrane and Monk songs in solo, duo, and trio settings-as well as with a string section. The string parts will be written and conducted by Grammy Award-winning composer and arranger Richard DeRosa, who has arranged for Stephen Sondheim, the New York Pops, Glenn Miller, and dozens more, and who recently co-wrote arr



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