Farms along a stretch of Route 22 in Dutchess County are transitioning to winter, amid ongoing adaptation to a post-dairy agricultural economy.
Three of today’s most remarkable opera stars, tenor Rolando Villazón and baritones Simon Keenlyside and Gerald Finley, have visited New York over the past month.
Mikhail Baryshnikov revisits the ghosts of his past, and makes peace with his mother-tongue with Lincoln Center's production of In Paris.
The young and impoverished Soviet state was relaxing its proscriptions on private enterprise and looking for foreign investment. German Communist Willi Münzenberg and Russian entrepreneur Moisei Alenikov struck up a partnership. They saw an opportunity in the drop in Soviet film production, and began importing great films from the peak of German Expressionism into the USSR. But then, with the establishment of Mezhrabprom's Moscow plant, came the unspooling of authentic Soviet product that would go on to establish an international presence and influence.
At the Library for the Performing Arts, the Star Quality exhibition gives shape to the private and public lives of Noël Coward
"Callas on Film," on view this weekend at Lincoln Center, features some of the singer's best performances.
The Met's new, Russian-language revival of Mussorgsky's Khovanshchina is the way it was meant to be.
Famed ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq always kept her secrets, but a new novelization of her life attempts to serve them forth