He’s the founder and driving force of the Baryshnikov Arts Center on West 37th Street. “I never knew that it would bloom into such a formidable institution,” he says. “It’s really very exciting.”
A show at MoMA explores the work of the French artist, who died at 36 — but not before colorfully capturing the Belle Époque of Paris.
Among the season’s choices: a broadly romantic Le Nozze di Figaro (James Levine conducting) and two vastly different Macbeths: Verdi’s demanding Macbetto and Shostakovich’s daring Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.
"A Brief History of New York" includes Sam Roberts' choices for objects that, together, "constitute a unique history of New York."
Fall 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Fall for Dance, Cher, the top exhibitions, and Blythe Danner in The Country House.
This year, rather than give in and consume copious amounts of sugar, we’ve decided to take up a new challenge and find ways to wear the usually difficult hue of orange.
I‘ve made countless trips to London over the past five-ten years and during just about each trip, I have tried to go to the bookshop at Parliament.
Enter the very atmospheric Le Colonial — a mainstay on the NYC restaurant scene for 21 years — and take a step back in time and across the International Date Line to old-world Saigon, during French rule, in the early twentieth century.