Fall 2022 Arts Guide

nycgo.com staff

September ushers in New York City’s fall cultural season with a wide range of performing and visual arts programming, which continues with debuts and old favorites in the subsequent months. Look out for exhibits of big names like Edward Hopper as well as lesser-known but crucial artists such as Bronx-born Abigail Deville and Georgia’s Nellie Mae Rowe—plus a show on the importance of the Jewish deli. Ballet, dance and jazz performances are also on tap. Read on for all the highlights.

Sep
20

Performing Arts
New York City Ballet Fall Repertory Season

Iconic NYC Ballet returns for its fall season.

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Sep
27

Performing Arts
Met Opera 2022-2023 Season

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

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Sep
28

Performing Arts
BAM Next Wave

Brooklyn Academy of Music serves up New York City’s most comprehensive and daring survey of avant-garde music, theater, opera and dance each fall.

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Oct
1

Performing Arts
Fall for Dance Festival

Fall for Dance brings a year's worth of dance highlights and world premieres together in 10 days of performances.

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Oct
1

Festivals & Parades
PaleyWKND

Free, family-friendly festival of media, sports, entertainment, gaming.

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Oct
1

Museums & Galleries
Food in New York: Bigger Than the Plate

Learn about all facets of NYC’s food scene.

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Oct
1

Museums & Galleries
Jenny Holzer

See a survey of the always provocative artist’s work with language.

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Oct
1

Museums & Galleries
Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe

A Southern folk artist gets a major retrospective.

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Oct
1

Museums & Galleries
Queer Maximalism x Machine Dazzle

See a multimedia display of a theater innovator’s work.

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Oct
1

Performing Arts
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 2022–2023 Season

Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 2022–2023 Season

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Oct
1

Performing Arts
Carnegie Hall 2022-2023 Season

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Oct
7

Performing Arts
New York Philharmonic 2022-2023 Season

the Phil returns to David Geffen Hall

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