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TEFAF New York Fall Art Fair at the Park Avenue Armory October 22-26

<i>ZEALnyc, October 19, 2016</i><p>Are you looking for a way to buy museum-quality artwork and wondered where you might be able to have access to viewing and …

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Lincoln Center presents White Light Festival 2016 Dance — Sounds of India

<i>By Don Adkins, Managing Editor, October 5, 2016</i><p>In numerology the number “seven” has special significance and is said to resonate with many qualities, …

Review: ABT’s Premiere of Jessica Lang’s ‘Her Notes’ is Definitely Noteworthy

<i>By Sheila Kogan, Contributing Writer, October 25, 2016</i><p>Jessica Lang, award-winning choreographer who has had a long association with the Joyce …

TODAY: Soprano Deborah Voigt Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Metropolitan Opera Debut

<b>Staff, ZEALnyc, October 18, 2016</b><p>Twenty-five years ago today, the American-born dramatic soprano Deborah Voigt made her Metropolitan Opera debut. The …

The Arts

Kent Nagano Discusses Ten Years with Montreal Symphony

<i>By Mark McLaren, Editor in Chief, October 6, 2016</i><p>This year marks a milestone for the American-born conductor Kent Nagano, now in his tenth year as …

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Joshua Bell in a one-night-only concert celebrates the ‘Seasons of Cuba’ at Rose Hall

<i>By Don Adkins, Managing Editor, October 6, 2016</i><p>Lincoln Center will present a special concert event featuring the Grammy Award–winning violinist <b>Joshua</b> …

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Review: Mahler, Rattle and Philadelphia Together as Carnegie Season Opens to Drama

<b>Mark McLaren, Editor in Chief, October 10, 2016</b><p>Mahler, Rattle and Philadelphia show up at Carnegie … and the result is no joke. The work is <i>Symphony</i> …

The Arts

Music in Museums? Concert series abound at many museums around New York

<i>By Jose Andrade, Contributing Writer, October 12, 2016</i><p>Art museums aren’t just for art. Visual art, that is. Many of our city’s greatest museums also …

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Review: No Longer a ‘Youth’ Symphony, La Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar de Venezuela Is Finding Its Way on the World’s Stages

<i>By Christopher Johnson, Contributing Writer, October 13, 2016</i><p>Carnegie Hall opened its season with a three-day residency by La Orquesta Sinfónica …

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Montreal Symphony’s Kent Nagano Discusses Historic Octobass Debut

<i>By Mark McLaren, Editor in Chief, October 17, 2016</i><p>As classical music organizations tighten budgets, the Montreal Symphony has been spending like, …

Piano

Review: A Small Play with a Huge Heart Opens on Broadway

<b>By Mark McLaren, Editor in Chief, October 15, 2016</b><p>Simon Stephens’ delicate comedy arrived on Broadway this week, a legitimate successor to his …

Quantum Mechanics

Review: A Riveting ‘Elektra’ with Nina Stemme Debuts at The Met

<i>Mark McLaren, Editor In Chief, April 16, 2016</i><p>Siblings see past and future differently, parental relationships are complicated, and a family member …

The Arts

Guitar Virtuoso Julian Lage Talks Jazz, Challenges, and His New Album, Arclight

<i>Denin Koch, Contributing Writer ZEALnyc, and Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor ZEALnyc, March 18, 2016</i><p>The last major gig guitarist Julian Lage played in New York was in October at Zankel Hall. He recently returned to the city to celebrate his new album <i>Arclight</i> with his steady trio mates bassist Scott …

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Dominican Jazz from Summit Records: The Dominican Jazz Project Socrates Garcia Latin Jazz Orchestra

Support All About Jazz and Jazz Near You!<p>If you shop at any of the stores below, please initiate your purchase from All About Jazz. When you do, All …

4 Musicals You Just Should Not Miss on Broadway This Spring

<i>Bob Rizzo, Contributing Writer, March 10, 2016</i><p>Haven't been lucky enough to score tickets for <i>Hamilton</i> yet? Then you may want to check out these other highly anticipated new musicals opening on Broadway this spring. From the tap-happy <i>Shuffle Along</i>, choreographed by Savion Glover and starring six-time …