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New York City Ballet: "Swan Lake" (#2403)

The full-length production of Tchaikovsky's famous ballet, choreographed by Peter Martins and designed by Per Kirkeby, celebrates the New York City Ballet's 50th anniversary. Beverly Sills hosts the three-hour broadcast. "Swan Lake," composed in 1876 and originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, tells the story of Prince Siegfried's love for the Swan Queen, Odette, who is under the spell of the magician Rothbart. [176 minutes] Closed Captioning

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  • The Juilliard Opera: "Hansel Und Gretel" (#2207)

    LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER presents the Juilliard Opera Center and Opera Orchestra in a new production of Engelbert Humperdinck's " Hansel und Gretel," with sets and costumes designed by Maurice Sendak. This co-production of the Juilliard School, Houston Grand Opera Association, Inc., Canadian Opera Company, San Diego Opera, Indianapolis Opera and Baltimore Opera Company is based on the beloved children's fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. The cast includes Jennifer Marquette as Hansel; Sari Gruber as Gretel; Samuel Hepler as Peter, the broom maker; and Mariana I. Karpatova in the dual role of Peter's wife and the witch. The presentation airs live from the Juilliard Theater. Hugh Downs hosts. [146 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic with Kurt Masur and Sarah Chang (#2301)

    Young violin virtuoso Sarah Chang joins Maestro Kurt Masur and the New York Philharmonic for the Sibelius Violin Concerto. The program includes Sibelius tone-poem, "The Swan of Tuonela", and Tchaikovskys sixth and final symphony, the "Pathetique". Also included, during the intermission, are excerpts from episode 501 of the "Backstage at Lincoln Center" series. [116 minutes]

  • New York City Opera: Benjamin Britten's Paul Bunyan (#2302)

    This frontier tall tale about the legendary American folk hero represents the first operatic collaboration between Benjamin Britten, one of England's most distinguished composers, and W.H. Auden, one of England's best-known poets. The story, filled with the naive, swaggering optimism of the 19th century, shows how the presence of the giant lumberjack spurs the colonists' mastery of nature to bring about the development of the continent. Throughout, the eternal human conflicts of brain versus brawn and choice versus responsibility are played out before Paul Bunyan, his work done, bids his farewell. [146 minutes]

  • Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (#2303)

    The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and its director, Wynton Marsalis, present an evening of jazz featuring works by Ellington, Gillespie and others - including a new work by Wynton Marsalis, "Big Train," written especially for the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. Beverly Sills hosts. [116 minutes]

  • William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (#2304)

    For only the second time in its history, LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER presents a live theatrical performance. Oscar-winner Helen Hunt stars as Viola, with Paul Rudd as Orsino, Kyra Sedgwick as Olivia and Philip Bosco as Malvolio in this special event, staged at the Vivian Beaumont Theater and directed by Nicholas Hytner with sets designed by Bob Crowley. "Twelfth Night," a tale of mistaken identities and misplaced affection, was written in the early 1600s and is one of the Bard's most popular romantic comedies. [176 minutes]

  • Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center 30th Aniversary Gala (#2305)

    The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center celebrates its 30th anniversary with the help of Society members and guests, including Andre Watts, soprano Barbara Bonney, the Brentano and the Orion String Quartets, clarinetist David Shifrin, and violinists Ani and Ida Kavafian. The program features favorite chamber music from Bach to Copland. The telecast is hosted by Beverly Sills. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve Gala (#2306)

    Maestro Kurt Masur's first New Year's Eve program with the New York Philharmonic is an all-Strauss extravaganza. Soprano Deborah Voigt, mezzo-soprano Angelika Kirchschlager and coloratura soprano Noemi Nadelmann join the orchestra for selections from the three Strausses -- Johann, Johann Jr. and Richard. The program features selections from Der Rosenkavalier and Die Fledermaus in addition to traditional waltzes and polkas. Beverly Sills hosts the two-hour program, broadcast live from Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York. [116 minutes]

  • New York City Opera: Lizzie Borden (#2401)

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  • Uptown Blues: Ellington at 100 (#2402)

    The New York Philharmonic under the baton of music director and conductor, Kurt Masur, and special guests, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Wynton Marsalis, present a special tribute to jazz legend Duke Ellington. The two-hour program, broadcast from Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall, includes selections from Edvard Grieg's "Peer Gynt" conducted by Masur and performed by the New York Philharmonic; selections from "Peer Gynt" arranged by Duke Ellington and performed by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Marsalis; Ellington's "Harlem," arranged by Marsalis and performed by both the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic; and other Ellington favorites. Beverly Sills hosts. [118 minutes]

  • Mostly Mozart Festival Opening Night (#2404)

    Gerard Schwarz and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra welcome flutist James Galway and mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade for the opening concert of this season's Mostly Mozart Festival. The program includes music by Bach, Mozart and Haydn. Beverly Sills hosts the telecast. [118 minutes]

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  • New York Philharmonic: Modern Times, Romantic Visions (#2502)

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  • New York City Opera - Puccini's Tosca (#2503)

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  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night Gala (#2504)

    Music director Kurt Masur and guest soloist Kiri Te Kanawa headline this live broadcast from Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Beverly Sills hosts the two-hour telecast, which features a sumptuous program of Mozart, Mendelssohn and Richard Strauss. Vocal presentations include "Ach, ich fhl's" from Mozart's The Magic Flute; Mozart's Vado, ma dove?; and the final scene from Strauss' Arabella. Orchestral selections include the overture from The Magic Flute; Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 4 ("Italian"); and Strauss' "Till Eulenspiegel." [115 minutes]

  • Great Performers at Lincoln Center: Renee Fleming and Dmitri Hvorostovsky In Concert (#2505)

    Soprano Renee Fleming, baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and the Orchestra of St. Luke's, under the direction of Mark Elder, perform in the opening night gala of the 35th-anniversary season of Lincoln Center's Great Performers series. The first half of the program features Fleming and Hvorostovsky performing opera favorites. The second half of the program features excerpts from Tchaikovsky's opera Eugene Onegin, along with an original scenario written by Albert Innaurato, with Tony Award-winning actress Frances Sternhagen as the memory of Tatiana (narrator). The libretto is by K.S. Shilovsky, the staging by Frank Corsaro, and the set design by Robert Pyzocha. [115 minutes]

  • Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (w.t.) (#2506)

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  • Renee Fleming @ The Penthouse (#2601)

    Superstar American soprano Renee Fleming and her special guests perform in this 90-minute telecast from the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse. Fleming appears in an atmosphere considered long lost in the world of classical superstars -- the intimate musicale. Joined by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Fleming and her special guests offer a program of classical favorites and standard American tunes, laced with narrative and insight into the worlds of both performer and composer. [86 minutes]

  • Puccini's La Boheme from the New York City Opera (W.T.) (#2602)

    The New York City Opera presentation of Puccini's perennial favorite stars Maria Kanyova as Mimi, Nicole Heaston as Musetta, Rolando Villazon as Rodolfo, Alfredo Daza as Marcello, George Cordes as Colline, Mel Ulrich as Schaunard, Brian McIntosh as Alcindoro and Peter Strummer as Benoit. George Manahan conducts. [170 minutes]

  • Lincoln Center Festival 2001 (#2603)

    The Lincoln Center campus comes alive with the buzz of the Lincoln Center Festival. The program features African pop superstar Youssou N' Dour, La Scala Ballet dancing Luciano Cannito's Amarcord (inspired by the Fellini film) and Roland Petit's Carmen -- featuring prima ballerina assoluta Alessandra Ferri in the title role -- and from France, Cirque Plume. The show also captures the excitement of Midsummer Night Swing, Lincoln Center's popular summertime outdoor dance series. Hosted by Isabella Rossellini. [86 minutes]

  • Mostly Mozart 2001 (#2604)

    Conductor and music director Gerard Schwarz, in his last season with the Mostly Mozart Festival, leads this performance of three pinnacles of Mozart's compositional art. The concert opens with pianist Emanuel Ax playing the Piano Concerto No. 22 in E flat, K.482. Central to the program is Mozart's Requiem, K.626, and the concert closes with the motet Ave Verum Corpus, K.618. Beverly Sills hosts the telecast. [115 minutes]

  • Nutcracker Swing (#2606)

    A collaborative rendition of Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite." The performance will feature the New York Philharmonic, under the direction of Maestro Kurt Masur, interspersed with movements from the Ellington/Strayhorn arrangement, performed by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis. [115 minutes]

  • New York City Opera: The Gershwins' "Porgy and Bess" (#2701)

    This 1935 American classic opera by George Gershwin - in collaboration with Ira Gershwin and DuBose and Dorothy Heyward -tells of a love affair between an old beggar and a beauty from Catfish Row. Conducted by John DeMain and Richard Bado, this performance stars Alvy Powell as Porgy and Marquita Lister as Bess, as well as Michael Austin, Timothy Blevins and Adina Aaron. [175 minutes]

  • The New York City Ballet's Diamond Project: Ten Years of New Choreography (#2702)

    This program is a retrospective of The Diamond Project, the New York City Ballet's 10-year-old undertaking of new choreography by some of the brightest stars of the dance world. The Diamond Project has contributed 39 works to the NYCB repertory, created by 21 different choreographers. [176 minutes]

  • Kurt Masur's Birthday & Farewell (#2703)

    This program features Kurt Masur in his farewell as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic. The gala concert also celebrates the 75th birthday of this remarkable maestro, one of the most admired and respected musicians of his generation, as he ends his 11-year collaboration with the New York Philharmonic. The program will revisit works by Beethoven, Bach, Mendelssohn, Puccini and others that spotlight the extraordinary range of brilliant principal players as soloists. The program will also present world premieres by two of Masur's favorite composers: Lukas Foss and Siegfreid Matthus. [116 minutes]

  • Contact (#2704)

    LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER broadcasts Lincoln Center Theater's final production of the Tony Award-winning musical "Contact," written by John Weidman and directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman. " Contact" tells three tales of people engaged in the wild pursuit of love. The cast includes Alan Campbell (Michael Wiley), Colleen Dunn (Girl in the Yellow Dress) and Charlotte d'Amboise (The Wife). [116 minutes]

  • New Year's Eve All-Gershwin Concert (#2705)

    Led by its new music director Lorin Maazel, the New York Philharmonic celebrates the evening with an all-Gershwin gala. Maazel, whose achievements include an acclaimed recording of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, will feature some of the composer's most famous music. For the occasion, selections from Porgy and Bess will be sung by soprano Indra Thomas, tenor Lawrence Brownlee and bass-baritone Willard White, with the Ebony Ecumenical Ensemble (Bettye F. Forbes, founder-director) in its New York Philharmonic debut. The program also includes the Cuban Overture and An American in Paris (the latter given its world premiere in 1928 by Walter Damrosch and the New York Philharmonic). [116 minutes]

  • Perlman at the Penthouse (#2801)

    Itzhak Perlman showcases the talents of his Perlman Music Program students in an intimate evening of chamber music. [56 minutes]

  • Jazz at the Penthouse: The Music of James Black With Wynton and Ellis Marsalis (#2802)

    Wynton Marsalis, Ellis Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center present a tribute to the music of legendary New Orleans composer and drummer James Black. [86 minutes]

  • Mostly Mozart Festival Opening Night Gala 2003 (#2803)

    Louis Langree debuts as the Mostly Mozart Festival's new music director as two young artists make their debuts with the Festival: young Chinese pianist Lang Lang and mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe, winner of the 1999 Richard Tucker Award. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve Gala Concert (w.t.) (#2805)

    Sir Andrew Davis conducts the New York Philharmonic in this concert with soprano Renee Fleming. The program includes Debussy's "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun," Ravel's Sheherazade, selections from Bizet's Carmen and the overture to Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld. [115 minutes]

  • Joshua Bell and Orpheus at the Penthouse (#2901)

    Violinist Joshua Bell and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra perform in an intimate concert at the Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center. [86 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic: Mozart, Muti and Quasthoff (#2902)

    Bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff and guest conductor Riccardo Muti join the New York Philharmonic for an evening of Mozart arias, plus orchestral works by Schubert and Brahms. [117 minutes]

  • Vivaldi, Haydn and Yo-Yo Ma (#2903)

    Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra join cellist Yo-Yo Ma for an intimate evening of music by Handel, Vivaldi and Haydn. The concert is the highlight of Lincoln Center's Spring Gala. [56 minutes]

  • Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine's 100 (#2904)

    Lincoln Center pays tribute to the glorious legacy of dance master George Balanchine with a special telecast from New York City Ballet's 2004 Spring Gala. Artists from all over the Lincoln Center campus come together. Stars from the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, Lincoln Center Theater, New York City Opera, Jazz @ Lincoln Center, The Chamber Music Society, the School of American Ballet and The Juilliard School join Peter Martins and the New York City Ballet to celebrate the centenary of Balanchine, one of the pillars on which America's largest cultural center was built. Beverly Sills hosts this once-in-a-lifetime event. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night Gala 2004 (#2905)

    Maxim Vengerov joins Lorin Maazel and the New York Philharmonic for the orchestra's opening night concert of the 2004-2005 season, featuring Beethoven's Violin Concerto and Dvorak's 9th Symphony ("From the New World"). [115 minutes]

  • Grand Opening/Jazz at Lincoln Center (One Family Of Jazz) (#2906)

    This program celebrates the opening of Frederick P. Rose Hall, its new home in New York City's spectacular Time-Warner building. Artistic director Wynton Marsalis will showcase three new performance spaces built especially for Jazz at Lincoln Center. The evening will feature performances by Jazz at Lincoln Center's ensembles, augmented by appearances by special celebrity guests, including Branford and Ellis Marsalis and Tony Bennett. [56 minutes]

  • Sir James Galway at the Penthouse (#2907)

    Sir James Galway presents some of his favorite music in an intimate evening broadcast from Lincoln Center's Kaplan Penthouse with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. [86 minutes]

  • Stephen Sondheim's "Passion" (#3001)

    Lincoln Center's American Songbook series presents a semi-staged version of Stephen Sondheim's "Passion", an "unforgettable chronicle of the power of redemptive love." Broadcast from the Rose Theater at Jazz At Lincoln Center's new home, Frederick P. Rose Hall, this recipient of the 1994 Tony Award for Best Musical, directed by Lonny Price, will feature Patti LuPone, Audra McDonald and Michael Cerveris. [116 minutes]

  • Shaham's Sibelius (#3002)

    LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER presents a performance of the Sibelius Violin Concerto. Gil Shaham joins Maestro Lorin Maazel and the New York Philharmonic, who round out the performance with masterworks by Debussy, Dvorak and Roussel. [116 minutes]

  • A Concert at Mozart's House (#3003)

    Louis Langree and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra take a musical Journey in Mozart's footsteps. An evening modeled on the Viennese private concerts of Mozart's time features soprano Renee Fleming and pianist Stephen Hough. [86 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic and Lang Lang: A Night of Firsts (#3004)

    Pianist Lang Lang joins Maestro Lorin Maazel and the New York Philharmonic in an evening of firsts: Mahler's First Symphony and Chopin's First Piano Concerto. [116 minutes]

  • Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit, Live from Lincoln Center (#3005)

    Jazz at Lincoln Center hosts the Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Among those expected to appear are Wynton Marsalis, Terence Blanchard, Cyrus Chestnut, Peter Cincotti, Bill Cosby,Elvis Costello, Robert De Niro, Jon Hendricks, Diana Krall, Abbey Lincoln, Bette Midler, Dianne Reeves, Marcus Roberts, Paul Simon, Meryl Streep, McCoy Tyner, Cassandra Wilson, Buckwheat Zydeco, Ken Burns and many more. [266 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve Gala Concert (#3006)

    LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER presents the New York Philharmonic in its annual New Year's Eve gala. The festive evening of music rings in the new year with a program of Italian opera featuring renowned soprano Angela Gheorghiu. [116 minutes]

  • The Juilliard School - Celebrating 100 Years (#3101)

    This gala performance from Juilliard's Peter Jay Sharp Theater honors the centennial of one of the world's most famous conservatories. The all-star lineup features past and present students of the school, including alumnus actor Kevin Kline, who will perform with Juilliard drama students; remarks by Leontyne Price and Wynton Marsalis; and performances by Renee Fleming, Victor L. Goines, Wycliffe Gordon, Emanuel Ax, Itzhak Perlman, the Juilliard String Quartet, the Juilliard Dance Ensemble and the Juilliard Orchestra led by John Williams. [86 minutes]

  • A Lincoln Center Special: Thirty Years of Live from Lincoln Center (#3102)

    In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Live From Lincoln Center-today's only series of live opera, dance, theater, and music performances on American television-presents a special of rarely seen performance highlights from its first 30 years, will be fed by PBS on Thursday, May 25, 2006 at 8-10pm. Featuring clips of some of the greatest artists ever to appear on Lincoln Center's stages-including Luciano Pavarotti, Beverly Sills, Dame Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne, Leonard Bernstein, Zubin Mehta, Isaac Stern, Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Andre Watts, Stephen Sondheim, Wynton Marsalis, the New York City Ballet, Peter Martins, Natalia Makarova, and many more-this is a one-time only opportunity to glance back at some of the major moments drawn from the vaults of Live From Lincoln Center, most of which have not been seen by audiences since the original live broadcasts. [116 minutes]

  • The Light in the Piazza (#3103)

    Lincoln Center Theater's Tony award-winning musical takes place in Italy in the summer of 1953. Margaret Johnson, the wife of a well-heeled American businessman, is touring the Tuscan countryside with her daughter, Clara. While sightseeing, Clara meets Fabrizio Naccarelli, a handsome Florentine, and begins an immediate and intense romance with him. As THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA unfolds, a secret is revealed: in addition to the cultural differences between the young lovers, Clara is not quite all that she appears. Unable to suppress the truth about her daughter, Margaret is forced to reconsider not only Clara's future, but her own hopes as well. [145 minutes]

  • Mostly Mozart Festival, 40th Anniversary Gala (#3104)

    Garrick Ohlsson, Hei-Kyung Hong & the Concert Chorale of New York perform at the Coronation concert. [86 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night Gala Concert (#3105)

    Performance of classical Mozart and Beethoven with guest pianists Emanuel Ax and Yefim Bronfman. [115 minutes]

  • Audra McDonald & Friends: Build A Bridge (#3106)

    An evening of joyous song with some of the entertainment world's most exciting singer-songwriters. [86 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic: Audra McDonald Sings the Movies for New Year's Eve (#3107)

    The famed Tony Award-winning actress joins the Philharmonic for an evening of Broadway showstoppers. [113 minutes]

  • Lincoln Center Special: A Gala Night at Alice Tully Hall (#3201)

    Join Wynton Marsalis, Philip Glass, Tom Brokaw & more for this final concert before the hall closes. [86 minutes]

  • Mozart Dances (#3202)

    The Mark Morris Dance Group performs this lush and evocative dance from the New York State Theater. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night Gala Concert (#3203)

    Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and conductor Lorin Maazel perform for the opening night gala. [116 minutes]

  • Jazz @ Lincoln Center: Red Hot Holiday Stomp (#3204)

    Wynton Marsalis, the Lincoln center Jazz Orchestra and special guests ring in the holiday spirit. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve: Joshua Bell's Romantic Violin (#3205)

    Ring in the New Year with music director Lorin Maazel and guest soloist Joshua Bell. [116 minutes]

  • I Can't Believe It's Schoenberg! (#3301)

    Rob Kapilow showcases "Verklarte Nacht," its origins as a poem and the structure of the music. [56 minutes]

  • New York City Opera: Madama Butterfly (#3302)

    An American navy officer abandons his geisha bride after his tour, and returns to claim their son. [176 minutes]

  • Camelot (#3303)

    The New York Philharmonic performs a version of the musical tale of King Arthur and Sir Lancelot. [146 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night Gala with Sir James Galway (#3304)

    Flutist James Galway joins conductor Lorin Maazel in a performance of Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony. [86 minutes]

  • Gil Shaham and Orpheus at the Penthouse (#3305)

    An intimate salon-style evening features works by a composer who knew his fiddle, Pablo de Sarasate. [86 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve Gala Concert (#3306)

    A glamorous evening of opera favorites with Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham and Director Lorin Maazel. [116 minutes]

  • New York City Ballet's "Romeo + Juliet" (#3402)

    Features music is by Prokofiev and Sterling Hyltin as the lead dancer. Peter Martins choreographs. [146 minutes]

  • The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma (#3403)

    The cellist performs with a collective of musicians, composers, visual artists and storytellers. [86 minutes]

  • Joshua Bell and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra (#3404)

    The soloist performs in Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto with Louis Langree and the Orchestra. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night Gala Concert (#3405)

    The Alan Gilbert era begins in historic fashion with an overture by Composer Magnus Lindberg. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve: Hampson, Gershwin, Copland & Broadway (#3406)

    The symphony orchestra and music director Alan Gilbert usher in 2010 with baritone Thomas Hampson. [116 minutes]

  • Joshua Bell with Friends @ The Penthouse (#3501)

    The violinist performs in the Kaplan Penthouse overlooking New York City and the Hudson River. [86 minutes]

  • Perlman, Ax and Ma @ The Penthouse (#3502)

    Masters of the concert stage, Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax, play Mendelssohn and more. [86 minutes]

  • South Pacific (#3503)

    Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic tale of love and prejudice is revived in its original glory. [175 minutes]

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  • New York Philharmonic: Opening Night Concert 2010 (#3504)

    Maestro Alan Gilbert conducts Wynton Marsalis's "Swing Symphony" and Richard Strauss's "Don Juan." [116 minutes]

  • Baroque Holiday with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (#3505)

    Features Bach's Double Concerto, Corelli's Christmas Concerto and recorder virtuosa Michala Petri. [116 minutes]

  • New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve with Lang Lang (#3506)

    The New York Philharmonic and pianist Lang Lang ring in the holiday with an all-Tchaikovsky program. [116 minutes]

  • Mostly Mozart Festival Opening Night (#3602)

    Mozart arias, the Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major and the "Linz" symphony are performed. [116 minutes]

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  • New York Philharmonic Opening Night with Deborah Voigt (#3603)

    Soprano Deborah Voigt is on hand for an evening of music by Barber, Wagner and Richard Strauss. [116 minutes]

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  • Wynton at 50 (#3604)

    The trumpeter uses the occasion of his golden birthday to throw a jazz celebration for the ages. [56 minutes]

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  • George Balanchine's The Nutcracker (#3605)

    Marching toy soldiers and glorious dancing highlight the New York City Ballet's holiday performance. [118 minutes]

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  • Renee Fleming @ The Penthouse (#3701)

    The soprano performs 19th-century art songs and contemporary jazz, rock and Broadway melodies. [86 minutes]

  • The Philharmonic Opening Gala with Itzhak Perlman (#3702)

    The New York Philharmonic gala concert features Respighi's Pines of Rome and Fountains of Rome. [86 minutes]

  • The Richard Tucker Opera Gala (#3703)

    Soprano Ailyn Perez is joined by baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, tenor Stephen Costello and many more. [116 minutes]

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  • One Singular Sensation: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch (#3704)

    The New York Philharmonic rings in 2013 with this New Year's Eve celebration. [86 minutes]

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  • Ring Them Bells! Rob Fisher Celebrates Kander & Ebb (#3801)

    "All That Jazz," "New York, New York" and more are performed by Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. [56 minutes]

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  • Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway? All of 'em! (#3802)

    This intimate yet all-American concert features the star's most celebrated work in every genre. [56 minutes]

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  • Josh Groban: All That Echoes (#3803)

    Josh Groban performs hits from his 12-year career and songs from his new album, "All That Echoes." [56 minutes]

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  • We'll Meet Again: The Songs of Kate Smith Starring Stephanie Blythe (#3804)

    Mezzo-soprano opera singer Stephanie Blythe pays tribute to vocal legend Kate Smith. [56 minutes]

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  • Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel With the New York Philharmonic (#3805)

    The New York Philharmonic leads an all-star semi-staged performance of this classic musical. [146 minutes]

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  • Audra McDonald In Concert: Go Back Home (#3806)

    Host Audra McDonald sings personal favorites and selections from her new album, "Go Back Home." [71 minutes]

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  • New York Philharmonic Gala with Yo-Yo Ma (#3807)

    Cellist Yo-Yo Ma joins maestro Alan Gilbert for a celebration of dance-inspired orchestral music. [86 minutes]

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  • Richard Tucker at 100: An Opera Celebration (#3901)

    Metropolitan Opera star Isabel Leonard and more great voices honor the legacy of the beloved tenor. [116 minutes]

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  • Patina Miller in Concert (#3902)

    Tony Award winner Patina Miller performs music ranging from classic R&B to Broadway's best. [56 minutes]

  • James Naughton: The Songs of Randy Newman (#3903)

    Breathtaking entertainer James Naughton performs the pop songs and film scores Randy Newman. [56 minutes]

  • Jason Isbell: Moving Forward (#3904)

    The Alabama songwriter creates a sound that stays true to his roots and cuts close to the bone. [56 minutes]

  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street In Concert with The New York Philharmonic (#3905)

    Stephen Sondheim's musical masterpiece comes back to life in this bold new production. [146 minutes]

  • The Nance Starring Nathan Lane (#3906)

    Chauncey Miles faces a changing world during the fading twilight of burlesque in 1930s New York. [146 minutes]

  • Curtain Up: The School of American Ballet Workshop Performances (#3907)

    The prestigious ballet academy's 50th annual workshop features an all-Balanchine performance. [86 minutes]

  • Gershwin Celebration at The New York Philharmonic with Dianne Reeves (#3908)

    The gala rings in 2015 with George Gershwin favorites, featuring Dianne Reeves and Norm Lewis. [116 minutes]

  • Richard Tucker Opera Gala: A New Century (#4001)

    A new generation of opera stars comes together for one of the biggest parties of the opera season. [116 minutes]

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