Clear

Please pick a keywork or category to proceed.

This Week

This Week from ZEALnyc is your guide to the very best in New York city arts, culture and entertainment happening this week. From theater to jazz, from dance to classical music, from art museum to art gallery, This Week lists the most exciting, the most interesting and the most important shows, concerts, exhibitions and performances happening this week in NYC.

Bernstein's Mass

Mostly Mozart Festival: Bernstein’s MASS at David Geffen Hall

David H. Koch Theatre, Lincoln Center

http://www.lincolncenter.org/mostly-mozart-festival/show/bernstein-mass

20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Conductor Louis Langrée, the Festival Orchestra, bass-baritone Davóne Tines, and a huge cast of singers, musicians, and dancers celebrate Leonard Bernstein with a fully staged production of his bold 1971 MASS. Born of the Vietnam War era, MASS is an endlessly inventive dramatic happening and ...

Straight White Men on Broadway

Straight White Men

Hayes Theater

https://2st.com/shows/current-production

240 West 44th Street New York, NY 10024

It’s Christmas Eve, and Ed has gathered his three adult sons to celebrate with matching pajamas, trash-talking, and Chinese takeout. But when a question they can’t answer interrupts their holiday cheer, they are forced to confront their own identities. Obie Award-winning playwright Young Jean ...

Michael Leonhard Orchestra at Jazz Standard

Jazz Standard

http://www.jazzstandard.com/?event=20180717

116 East Twenty-Seventh Street New York, NY 10016

Michael Leonhard, GRAMMY Award winner at age 17, has been an in–demand trumpet player, arranger and composer for decades, with stage and studio credits including Steely Dan, Mark Ronson, and the Antibalas Orchestra to name a few. But it was when he took on the role as arranger/conductor for the ...

Carnegie Hall’s Inaugural Youth Jazz Orchestra Directed by Trumpeter ...

By Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor, July 18, 2018 Carnegie Hall debuts its National Youth Orchestra Jazz—22 members between the ages of 16-19 from 16 states—on July 27 at Stern Auditorium. What promises to be a rousing concert of teenage jazz spirit will be directed by renowned trumpeter Sean ...

Review: 'Fire in Dreamland' Is a Smoldering Metaphor

By Miles Harter, Contributing Writer, July 17, 2018 New York City has a rich and fascinating history. Plays that examine this history frequently can be compelling, and Fire in Dreamland perfectly fits the bill. Here, Coney Island provides the backdrop for two historic New York City disasters, ...

Shakespeare in the Park's 'Twelfth Night' Begins Performances Tonight

ZEALnyc, July 17, 2018 The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park continues its mission by presenting quality theatrical productions to the general public for free (see information for obtaining tickets below). So far this season has brought us a new production of Othello (read ZEALnyc's ...

Art Break: 'Chain Reactions' at The Painting Center; Delacroix at ...

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, July 16, 2018 As a rule, artists are a generous group of people. Yes, sometimes we meet one that is a jerk or worse, but for the most part, these individuals are engaging in the world around them, learning and exploring ...

Dispatch from London

Dispatch From London: Balancing Museums, Tea, and the Occasional Fish ...

By Brian Taylor, Contributing Writer, July 13, 2018 London is bustling. As cosmopolitan as New York City, as historic as Rome, and covering more ground than L.A. or São Paolo, the city of Dickens and Sherlock Holmes is more stimulating, and practical to navigate, than ...

Review: 'Gone Missing' at Encores! Off-Center — A Moving Tribute to ...

By Christopher Caggiano, Contributing Writer, July 13, 2018 First, a confession, and one that will no doubt brand me as heartless in the eyes of some. I’ve never enjoyed the work of the late Michael Friedman, who died this past September at the age of 41. With ...

How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Join the NYO

By Joanne Sydney Lessner, Contributing Writer, July 12, 2018 Since 2013, the National Youth Orchestra of the United States (NYO-USA) has drawn young musicians ages 16-19 from all over the country and Puerto Rico for a two-week residency at SUNY Purchase and a performance at Carnegie Hall, before ...

Mummenschanz

Review: Mummenschanz Creates Its Own World That Draws the Audience ...

By Don Adkins, Managing Editor, July 11, 2018 Mummenschanz, often referred to as “The Musicians of Silence," has returned to New York City for the first time in four years. Since its founding in Paris over forty years ago (1972), the troupe has toured extensively in both Europe ...

Montreal Jazz Festival

Montréal Jazz Festival Embraces All the Colors of the ...

By Doug Hall, Contributing Writer, July 10, 2018 Celebrating its 39th year, the Montréal Jazz Festival has remained true to its mission as stated by president/director general Jacques-André Dupont to offer “a massive festive urban event with a major component of free programming” while also “...

Art Break: The Art of David Wojnarowicz on View at ...

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, July 9, 2018 Sometimes it’s difficult to remember how much fear and unknowing there was at the beginning of the AIDS crisis. How the medical profession began to realize there was a new deadly disease that had a rapid and ...

MoMA Toward a Concrete Utopia Architecture in Yugoslavia

MoMA: Toward a Concrete Utopia — Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980

The Museum of Modern Art

https://www.moma.org/

11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019

Situated between the capitalist West and the socialist East, Yugoslavia’s architects responded to contradictory demands and influences, developing a postwar architecture both in line with and distinct from the design approaches seen elsewhere in Europe and beyond. The architecture that ...

Batsheva – The Young Ensemble at The Joyce

The Joyce Theater

http://www.joyce.org/performances/batsheva-young-ensemble

175 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10011

Batsheva – The Young Ensemble performs Ohad Naharin’s Bessie Award-winning dance, Naharin’s Virus, inspired by the great Austrian writer Peter Handke’s play, Offending the Audience. Originally created in collaboration with Batsheva dancers, the work employs Naharin’s coolly ...

Caramoor Jazz Festival

Caramoor: Jazz Festival in Collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center at Venetian Theater

Venetian Theater - Caramoor

https://www.caramoor.org/events/jazz-festival-2018/

149 Girdle Ridge Rd, Katonah, NY 10536

Now in its 4th year in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center, Caramoor Jazz Festival is back with exceptional talent and music for you to enjoy throughout the stunning gardens and historical venues within Caramoor. Join us for a full day of jazz, interactive activities for the kids, and evening ...

Popular tags

2015 Art Break at Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts basketball broadway carnegie hall dan ouellette jazz notes jazz standard mark mclaren editor in chief Mostly Mozart Festival new york city New York City Center new york philharmonic nyc off-broadway Senior Editor ZEALnyc theater Zankel Hall zealnyc