The Second Annual Park Avenue Armory Recital Series, hosted in the lavishly restored Board of Officers Room, begins in March with a performance by the Russian-German pianist Igor Levit.
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra performs a concert at Carnegie Hall that explores the musical traditions of Hungary featuring music by Hungarian composers that incorporated traditional folk tunes into their works.
Martin Scorsese's documentary about the New York Review of Books at 50
Jim Holt and Edward Frenkel discuss a book about the beauty of mathematics.
Edward Frenkel and Laurent Derobert contemplate the passion, emotion, and infinite possibilities of mathematics
An exhibition exploring Ashbery's collecting and its influence on his poetry.
Eliot Weinberger joins the poet and memoirist Cynthia Zarin, poet Carol Muske-Dukes, and novelist Jean McGarry to read and talk with Little Star editor Ann Kjellberg about literary life and the small magazine in the electronic age.
The Rite of Spring at 100, an ongoing celebration of the ballet’s centennial, features 12 new works, nine world premieres and two U.S. premieres performed by celebrated artists from across the globe. This month, the Cleveland Orchestra performs.
The Escher String Quartet performs the music of Britten, Elgar, Birtwistle, and more. This performance will be streamed live.
Jazz & Colors, which might be described as a musical version of Christo's The Gates, features 30 jazz ensembles stationed throughout the park playing music inspired by New York, and the fall.
Join Ms. Rich’s family, friends and fellow poets for an evening of readings and remembrance.
This fall, for the first time in twenty years, BAM will revive Robert Wilson and Philip Glass's opera, Einstein on the Beach.
Join Little Star Journal and the novelist Padgett Powell for an evening of wine and company.