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  1. An Evening of Music & Film with William Christie

    William Christie, harpsichordist, conductor, musicologist, and teacher, is the inspiration behind one of the most exciting musical adventures of the last thirty years. A pioneer in the rediscovery of Baroque music, he has introduced the repertoire of seventeenth- and eighteenth-c
  2. The Nets are struggling to survive and have a must win game today at Barclays Center. Game time is 1PM. Show up and get loud!
  3. See La Dame Blanche at S.O.B.'s tonight.

    With her explosive mix of hip hop, cumbia, dancehall and reggae, the Cuban singer, flautist and percussionist Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, aka La Dame Blanche delivers a powerful and compelling sound which summons the spirits of her Afro-Cuban religion. Tickets: $30 Age 21+ GET TICKETS HE
  4. New York Philharmonic: Andras Schiff - Haydn & Mozart at Lincoln Center today at 2pm

    What better place to spend this grey afternoon than in the new Wu Tsai Theater, at David Geffen Hall? Today's program includes artist-in-Residence Sir András Schiff bringing his expertise and impeccable technique to piano concertos by Haydn and Mozart, both conducted from the pia
  5. ✨ The Taylor Party - Taylor Swift Tribute Night at Webster Hall ✨

    A Taylor Swift Inspired Dance Party? Too soon? Not soon enough? Too much? Too little? We'll let you decide. This party is Taylor-made for ultimate fans 19 years old and up. Surrounded by Swifties, you'll sing and dance through all her iconic hits. From 11PM at Webster Hall
  6. Yankees take on the Twins Tonight

    Is that summer in the air? It's a perfect evening to see the Yankees take on the Twins tonight! 7PM at Yankee Stadium. For those of you who are new to New York City, Yankee Stadium is only 25 minutes away by subway from Midtown Manhattan. The No. 4 train (East Side) and the B and
  7. See Parade on Broadway

    Almost a quarter of a century after it first debuted on Broadway, Parade’s urgent exploration of the bitter roots of American bigotry couldn’t be more timely. Inspired by historical events, Parade follows the Franks—a Jewish couple living in Marietta, Georgia—as they’re pulled ap
  8. Cellist & Vocalist Marika Hughes, Guitarist Kyle Sann

    GatherNYC continues its Sunday morning concert series at the Museum of Arts and Design in Columbus Circle, presenting cellist and vocalist Marika Hughes with guitarist Kyle Sanna on February 5. Click here for tickets. Guests at GatherNYC are served exquisite live classical music by
  9. Go See Kimono Style at the MET before it closes!

    Perfect day to be indoors at the MET and to go see the exhibition Kimono Style before it closes in February. The exhibition traces the transformation of the kimono from the late Edo period (1615–1868) through the early 20th century, as the T-shaped garment was adapted to suit the
  10. NYC Sports Tonight: Hockey and Basketball 6PM Tonight: Brooklyn Nets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder at Barclays Center 5PM Tonight: New York Rangers vs. Montreal Canadiens at the Garden
  11. Last Chance to See Death of a Salesman on Broadway

    Following a critically acclaimed run in London, this vibrant and timely production of Arthur Miller’s "Death of a Salesman" is nearing the end of its Broadway run. Olivier Award nominee Wendell Pierce
  12. Eddie Izzard Performs Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations

    Go see Eddie Izzard at the The Greenwich House Theater (27 Barrow Street) where she is playing a solo show comprised of 19 characters found in Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, a classic tale of co
  13. New York Philharmonic: Masaaki Suzuki - Handel's Messiah

    Listen love, love is not some kind of victory march. No it's cold and it's ever a broken Hallelujah. Which is why you should take your love and go see tonight's New York Philharmonic with Masaaki Suzu
  14. Go see A Sherlock Carol tonight at 7PM

    Two beloved classic tales—one thrilling new mystery! A Sherlock Carol is a heartwarming holiday production for all ages—and a theatrical experience you’ll never forget! When a grown-up Tiny Tim asks Sh
  15. Klaus Mäkelä Conducts Tchaikovsky’s Pathétique

    Oh to be 26 again and preparing to assume the podium of the New York Philharmonic, conducting my fourth major orchestra... Mäkelä, who already leads two orchestras, the Oslo Philharmonic and the Orches
  16. Just Opened on Broadway - A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical

    A gripping and uplifting new musical tells the story of legendary singer Neil Diamond. Featuring his hit songs “Sweet Caroline”, “America”, and “Cracklin’ Rosie”. Directed by Tony Award® winner Michae
  17. Both the Nets and Knicks play at home today

    Both the Nets and the Knicks are in action at home today. Take the 2/3 from Barclays Center to Madison Square Garden and you can catch both games! Nets game starts at 3PM and the Knicks take the court
  18. See Maysa Live at City Winery Tonight

    City Winery presents jazz singer Maysa live in back-to-back concerts tonight, November 26 at 6 and 9 PM. Blessed with an instantly identifiable honey-toned mezzo-soprano and an undeniably brilliant and
  19. Knicks vs Portland Tonight at the Garden

    The Knicks take on Portland at the Garden tonight at 7:30. Great tickets still available. Have yet to hear from Spike and Woody whether they will be in attendance.
  20. After today's meal why not officially start the Christmas sprint with the Radio City Rockettes? Shows today at 2PM, 5PM and 8PM!

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