Fall 2021 Performing Arts Guide

nycgo.com staff

Fall marks the return of indoor performing arts in NYC. It’s your chance to see annual favorites, including new seasons at Carnegie Hall, the Met Opera and New York City Ballet, along with less heralded but no less wonderful shows such as Justin Vivian Bond at St. Ann’s Warehouse and an experimental series at The Shed. Read on for details of those and other calendar highlights.

Sep
25

Arts & Culture
New York Film Festival

Organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the fall festival presents classics, a full slate of documentaries and full-length features, and other special events.

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Sep
25

Performing Arts
BAM Fall 2021 Season

Brooklyn’s multidisciplinary complex has its usual array of groundbreaking works.

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Sep
25

Performing Arts
Here 2021–2022 Season

Indoor and outdoor performances mark Here’s latest season.

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Sep
25

Performing Arts
Life After BOB

This experimental series focus on the impact of AI.

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Sep
25

Performing Arts
New York Philharmonic 2021–2022 Season

The Philharmonic performs in multiple venues from fall through spring.

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Sep
25

Performing Arts
Only an Octave Apart

Justin Vivian Bond and Anthony Roth Costanzo reopen St. Ann’s Warehouse.

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Sep
27

Performing Arts
Met Opera 2021-2022 Season

The Met Opera returns September 27 for a season that runs through June 2022.

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Sep
28

Performing Arts
Deep Blue Sea

Check out the world premiere of this Bill T. Jones work.

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Sep
28

Performing Arts
The Town Hall Centennial Season

This Midtown landmark celebrates 100 years of performances with talks, concerts and more.

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Oct
5

Performing Arts
Joe's Pub Fall 2021 Season

celebrate the return of live performances at Joe's Pub

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Oct
9

Performing Arts
Carnegie Hall’s 2021–2022 Season

One of Manhattan’s most famous music halls plays host to festivals, collaborations and plenty of classical music.

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Oct
9

Performing Arts
Apollo Theater 2021-2022 Season

celebrate the iconic theater's 88th season

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