Fall 2019 Performing Arts Guide

nycgo.com staff

Fall means new seasons in opera, ballet and classical music for NYC’s top cultural institutions, along with a slew of festivals, so there’s plenty to see and do. In addition to fresh productions at the Met Opera and New York City Ballet, catch highlights such as the New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center and jazz at BRIC, over in Brooklyn. For more on these and other performances, explore the collection below.

Sep
22

Music
Generations in Jazz Festival

Hear live jazz at Lincoln Center.

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Sep
22

Performing Arts
New York City Ballet Fall Repertory Season

Famed ballet’s fall season featuring much Balanchine.

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Sep
23

Performing Arts
Metropolitan Opera 2019–20 Season

New opera season featuring five new productions as well as classics.

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Sep
27

Arts & Culture
New York Film Festival

Organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the New York Film Festival presents classics, a full slate of documentaries and full-length features, and other special events 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
15

Performing Arts
BAM Next Wave

BAM’s annual Next Wave Festival serves as New York City’s most comprehensive and daring survey of avant-garde music, theater, opera and dance each fall.

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Oct
19

Performing Arts
White Light Festival

The White Light Festival focuses on the spiritual resonance of music from different cultures with performances, discussions, visual art installations and even lounges.

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Oct
19

Performing Arts
BRIC JazzFest

Jazz films, workshops and world-class musicians make up this annual festival.

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Oct
29

Performing Arts
Paul Taylor American Modern Dance

Paul Taylor American Modern Dance will return to the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center from October 29 to November 17, with Paul Taylor: Celebrate the Dancemaker, featuring the Paul Taylor...

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Nov
29

Arts & Culture
George Balanchine's The Nutcracker

See choreographer George Balanchine’s ballet set to Tchaikovsky’s unforgettable melodies. The glittering classic performed by the New York City Ballet has become one of the City’s signature family-friendly traditions.

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