Feb. 16 - Mar. 14
This Met premiere stars Joyce DiDonato and Juan Diego Flórez in this Rossini showcase of bel canto virtuosity. Michele Mariotti conducts.
Sakari Oramo, chief conductor of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and BBC Symphony Orchestra, returns to lead two works by Sibelius.
March 1, 5:00 pm March 3, 7:30pm
Bold, lush, and exquisite piano quartets by Mahler, Schumann, and Brahms comprise this unforgettable program.
Mar 2 - 6
The magnetic Peter Mattei is Don Giovanni, performing alongside the starry ensemble of Elza van den Heever, Emma Bell, and Luca Pisaroni.
Mar. 5 at 7:30
The Italian soprano visits Berlioz, Debussy, and Duparc before arriving at Poulenc’s emotionally wrought monologue.
WNET's Sunday Arts highlights Lincoln Center performances not to be missed.
Mar. 13 at 8:00
The brothers deliver an intoxicatingly virtuosic musical brew that that will redefine your notions of Latin song.
Mar. 2 at 6:30
A screening of the landmark interpretation of Handel’s late oratorio Theodora, featuring Dawn Upshaw and Lorraine Hunt Lieberson.
Mar 5 - 21
Matthew Polenzani plays the tortured poet and unwitting adventurer of the title.
Mar. 11 at 8:00
An intimate showcase featuring Erin Davie, Santino Fontana, Cheyenne Jackson, Taylor Mac, Lindsay Mendez, and more.
Composer-conductor Thomas Adès makes his Philharmonic conducting debut, leading the U.S. Premiere of his Totentanz.
Mar 16 - Apr 10
Albina Shagimuratova sings bel canto’s unhinged bride, delivering opera’s most thrilling mad scene. Maurizio Benini conducts.
Inon Barnatan makes his Philharmonic debut in Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G major, conducted by Alan Gilbert.
Mar. 25 at 8:00
One of the theater’s most promising up-and-comers presents an evening of original songs.