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Jazz, Hip-Hop, Reggae, or the classics ? New York City venues feature music from all cultures. Whether you're catching an aria at Lincoln Center, or checking out a band at Central Park Summerstage, NYC has a gig you won't want to miss.

Hansel and Gretel - Metropolitan Opera
January 07, 2012 -

The Met's wickedly funny production returns as this season's English-language holiday presentation for families, with special prices and midweek matinees. Aleksandra Kurzak is Gretel, with Kate Lindsey and Alice Coote alternating as Hansel. Robert Brubaker is the Witch who plots to bake them into gingerbread.

The Enchanted Island - Metropolitan Opera
January 07, 2012 -

In one extraordinary new work, lovers of Baroque opera have it all: the world's best singers, glorious music of the Baroque masters, and a story drawn from Shakespeare. In The Enchanted Island, the lovers from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream are shipwrecked on his other-worldly island of The Tempest. Inspired by the musical pastiches and masques of the 18th century, the work showcases arias and ensembles by Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau, and others, and a new libretto by Jeremy Sams. Eminent conductor William Christie leads an all-star cast with David Daniels (Prospero) and Joyce DiDonato (Sycorax) as the formidable foes, Plácido Domingo as Neptune, Danielle de Niese as Ariel, and Luca Pisaroni as Caliban. Lisette Oropesa and Anthony Roth Costanzo play Miranda and Ferdinand. The dazzling production is directed and designed by Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch (Satyagraha and the Met's 125 anniversary gala).

Pacifica Quartet - Beethoven String Quartets - Metropolitan Museum of Art
January 07, 2012 -

Mahler's Ninth Symphony - New York Philharmonic
January 07, 2012 -

Glen Campbell: The Goodbye Tour - The Town Hall
January 07, 2012 -

Glen Campbell, the legendary Arkansas-born singer and guitarist, who rose to prominence in Los Angeles in the 1960s and '70s is best known for a series of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as for hosting a variety show called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS television. During his 50 years in show business, Campbell has released more than 70 albums. He has sold 45 million records and racked up 12 RIAA Gold albums, 4 Platinum albums and 1 Double-Platinum album. Of his 74 trips up the country charts, 27 landed in the Top 10. Campbell's hits include John Hartford's "Gentle on My Mind", Jimmy Webb's "By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Wichita Lineman" and "Galveston", Larry Weiss's "Rhinestone Cowboy" and Allen Toussaint's "Southern Nights". Campbell made history by winning four Grammys in both country and pop categories in 1967. For "Gentle on My Mind" he received two awards in country & western, "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" did the same in pop. He owns trophies for Male Vocalist of the Year from both the Country Music Association (CMA) and the Academy of Country Music (ACM), and took the CMA's top honor as 1968 Entertainer of the Year. In 1969 Campbell was hand picked by actor John Wayne to play alongside him in the film True Grit, which gave Campbell a Golden Globe nomination for Most Promising Newcomer. Campbell sang the title song which was nominated for an Academy Award. In 2005, Campbell was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Edwin McCain - Highline Ballroom
January 07, 2012 -

Edwin McCain, the voice that is romance incarnate, has launched a thousand marriages and stirred up Southern soul for over 20 years. Blending equal parts folk, soul, and rock, the platinum-selling singer-songwriter has garnered the attention of millions with the Top 10 smash "I'll Be" (voted the best wedding song by over one million viewers of The Dr. Phil Show) and the Diane Warren-penned Top 40 hit "I Could Not Ask for More." Since his 1993 debut, he has been a tireless troubadour who regularly sells out his rapturous live performances all across the country. The seeds for McCain's blend of Southern soul and acoustic storytelling were planted in Greenville, South Carolina, where he was born and raised. In 1993, he formed the Edwin McCain Band and released Solitude. A quartet of albums on Lava/Atlantic Records followed, starting with Honor Among Thieves (1995), the breakthrough album Misguided Roses (1997), which featured "I'll Be," and Messenger (1999), which included "I Could Not Ask for More." After 2001's Far From Over, McCain stepped off the major label treadmill for his next few releases, including The Austin Sessions (2003), Scream & Whisper (2004), Lost in America (2006), and Nobody's Fault But Mine (2008). Mercy Bound (2011), McCain's 10th album and first for 429 Records, marks two decades since he first entered the studio. The songs on the album are the fruit of an on-again, off-again collaboration with fellow singer-songwriter Maia Sharp that began in 2004 with their lovely duet "Say Anything." That collaboration has offered McCain, some 20 years into his career, a chance to try something new. "It's not about chart positions or record sales or anything like that," insists the man with 11 albums, a wall of platinum and gold albums that have sold in the millions, and reams of Top 10, 20, and 40 hits. "It just has to do with people coming together and sharing a moment."

Orion String Quartet and Windscape - The Town Hall
January 08, 2012 -

Exploring Bach's Art of the Fugue

Faust - Metropolitan Opera
January 09, 2012 -

With Jonas Kaufmann in the title role, René Pape as the devil, and Marina Poplavskaya as Marguerite, Gounod's classic retelling of the Faust legend couldn't be better served. Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff updates the story to the first half of the 20th century with a production that won praise in London last season. A later run features two other first-tier Fausts: Roberto Alagna and Joseph Calleja, with Ferruccio Furlanetto stepping in as the devil. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts on the heels of his Don Carlo success.

Tosca - Metropolitan Opera
January 10, 2012 -

Patricia Racette won plaudits when she first sang the title role at the Met in 2010. Now she returns with Roberto Alagna and Aleksandrs Antonenko alternating as her heroic lover, Cavaradossi. George Gagnidze and James Morris share the role of Scarpia.

Mahler's Ninth Symphony - New York Philharmonic
January 10, 2012 -

Johnny Winter - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
January 10, 2012 - New York

Johnny Winter is a guitar hero without equal. Signing to Columbia records in 1969 in what has been called the largest solo artist deal of its time, he immediately laid the blueprint for his fresh take on classic blues. Constantly shifting between simple country blues (in the vein of Robert Johnson) to all-out electric slide guitar blues-rock, Winter has always been one of the most respected singers and guitar players in rock and the clear link between British blues-rock and American Southern rock. Throughout the '70s and '80s, he was the unofficial torchbearer for the blues, championing and aiding the careers of his idols like Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker. ??Growing up in a rough-and-tumble town populated by oilfield wildcatters and shipyard workers, Winter formed his first band, Johnny and the Jammers, in 1959 at the age of 15. His big breakthrough came a few years later in 1968 when Rolling Stone writers Larry Sepulvado and John Burks featured him in a piece on the Texas Music scene, which prompted a bidding war among labels that Columbia eventually won. Winter's self-titled 1969 disc announced loudly that there was a new guitar-slinger on the national scene. He stayed with Columbia and its boutique Blue Sky label for more than a decade, turning out such well-received platters as Johnny Winter And (1970), Still Alive and Well (1973), and John Dawson Winter III (1974). He also helped to introduce blues giant Muddy Waters to another generation of listeners by producing and playing guitar on the Grammy-winning Hard Again (1977), as well as the Grammy-nominated I'm Ready (1978), Mississippi Waters Live (1979), and King Bee (1981). Winter joined Alligator Records in 1984, and when he released Guitar Slinger later that year, it was widely hailed as his best (and bluesiest) album ever; it charted in both Billboard and Cashbox as well as earning a Grammy nomination. The next year, the powerhouse follow-up Serious Business won Winter his second Grammy nomination. Third Degree, his final Alligator release, came out in 1986. Today, Winter is enjoying an unparalleled resurgence performing to sold-out audiences worldwide even after a long life full of honors and accomplishments. He recently enjoyed another Grammy nomination for I'm A Bluesman (2004), and he celebrated the release of his newest album, Roots (2011), at B.B. King Blues Club in September. Performing now with a renewed vigor and fire, to say that Winter is "back" would be an understatement. In fact, he never left - he's just better than ever.

8th Annual ELVIS PRESLEY Birthday Salute! ROBERT GORDON With Special Guest Openers The Cast From The Hit Bway Musical MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
January 11, 2012 - New York

Robert Gordon broke out with his hit "Red Hot" in 1977, knocking down disco queens, would-be punks, and new wave wannabes with his no-holds-barred take on hot-rodded rockabilly. Since then he has been like a turbo jet, and is often credited for lighting up the roots-rock revival and paving the way for real rock'n'rollers to find their niche among the overblown dance music and arena rock that dominated the airwaves. Mainstream Americans first became aware of Gordon via his 1977 album on Private Stock, titled Robert Gordon and Link Wray. Wray, who recorded such instrumental hits as "Rumble" (1958) and "Raw-Hide" (1959), provided the newcomer with genre credibility. In return, the album single-handedly revived Wray's nearly forgotten career of the 1950s and 1960s. Musically, Gordon mined a series of oldies and rockabilly cult favorites, such as Billy Lee Riley's "Red Hot," Eddie Cochran's "Twenty Flight Rock," Sanford Clark's "The Fool," and Gene Vincent's "Five Days, Five Days." Sounding rawer and wilder than any current act, Gordon's first album for Private Stock was a groundbreaker for the neo-rockabilly trend. "Then all of a sudden, a lot of cats started doing it again," Gordon recalled. "So, it did start a movement, I have to admit." Gordon's second LP for Private Stock, Fresh Fish Special, was named after the haircut foisted upon Elvis Presley's character in the 1957 film Jailhouse Rock. Songwise it was more of the same, with the exception of a song written especially for Gordon by rock icon Bruce Springsteen. "Fire," with its brooding sexuality and passionate hook, received pockets of airplay in the northeastern United States. Unfortunately for Gordon, the Pointer Sisters appropriated the tune and beat him to the hit. More productive was the collaboration with British session ace Chris Spedding. "Chris was in London when we contacted him, and he was tired of doing session work for all the biggest names in the business," Gordon told Country Standard Time. "So, it was a perfect way to get him over here at the time. Rock Billy Boogie was our first album and we were together for ten years." Another great guitarist in his clique was Danny Gatton, who was so good that other musicians referred to him as "The Humbler." Gatton recorded and played live dates with Gordon sporadically until his death in 1994. The RCA albums contained some of Gordon's finest work and took in shades of 1950s Nashville country as well as hyper-kinetic rockabilly. Boasting a far better promotional set-up and radio contacts, the label was able to get a few singles, notably the Marshall Crenshaw-penned "Someday, Someway," onto the charts. The American rockabilly revival lasted only a little longer than the original movement. After his last album for RCA in 1982, Gordon began cutting sides for such European labels as New Rose and Bear Family. Live albums appeared on New Rose, King Biscuit, and others. After three-plus decades in the business, can he still possibly get a kick out of all this? "Performing the music is just as joyful as it ever was," he stated. "But I think more so now, because I'm not as crazy as I once was and I finally know what the hell I'm doing."

Sweet Georgia Brown - Lucille's
January 11, 2012 - New York

Sweet Georgia Brown is known as a real sassy lady. As described in Ralph Cooper's book, she is "The Last of the Red Hot Mamas!" Brown is a blues singer, yes, but she's so much more. It's blues, it's R&B, but most of all, it's a party! Taught by the vocal coach, Margaret Haynes, Brown developed her skills as a jazz and pop vocalist, eventually leading her to win the legendary Amateur Night at the Apollo Talent Show. The victory prepared her for a professional career as a vocalist. Brown began with pop and jazz tunes, but she soon discovered that she preferred to sing blues songs. Cast as a vocalist in the Broadway hits Eubie and Bubbling Brown Sugar, she was at the start of a successful career as a blues vocalist. Starring as Bessie Smith in An Evening at the Cotton Club, she toured throughout Europe entertaining audiences with her high-energy performances of jazz, blues, and gospel tunes. Once you experience Sweet Georgia Brown live, you will never forget it, simply because she is really entertaining and a lot of fun. She gets up close to her audience, and you may even end up on stage with her! Her rich history includes performances with Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Fathead Newman, KoKo Taylor, and Stanley Turrentine. She is truly one of the last real Harlem diva blues queens.

Lin-Manuel Miranda - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
January 11, 2012 -

In 2008 some of the top honors at the Tony Awards were taken by a show created by a virtually unknown young composer and actor – Lin-Manuel Miranda and his original musical, In the Heights. The music was a fusion of Latin, hip-hop and classic Broadway styles. On January 11th Miranda will perform a sneak preview of new songs from an anticipated work-in-progress: The Hamilton Mixtape, a hip-hop song cycle about the life and death of Alexander Hamilton. Miranda first performed part of The Hamilton Mixtape for President Obama at the White House; this one-night-only performance is scheduled for Hamilton's 255th birthday.

The Enchanted Island - Metropolitan Opera
January 12, 2012 -

In one extraordinary new work, lovers of Baroque opera have it all: the world's best singers, glorious music of the Baroque masters, and a story drawn from Shakespeare. In The Enchanted Island, the lovers from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream are shipwrecked on his other-worldly island of The Tempest. Inspired by the musical pastiches and masques of the 18th century, the work showcases arias and ensembles by Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau, and others, and a new libretto by Jeremy Sams. Eminent conductor William Christie leads an all-star cast with David Daniels (Prospero) and Joyce DiDonato (Sycorax) as the formidable foes, Plácido Domingo as Neptune, Danielle de Niese as Ariel, and Luca Pisaroni as Caliban. Lisette Oropesa and Anthony Roth Costanzo play Miranda and Ferdinand. The dazzling production is directed and designed by Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch (Satyagraha and the Met's 125 anniversary gala).

The Unternationale - The JCC in Manhattan
January 12, 2012 - New York

Detroit-born, Berlin-based singer-songwriter Daniel Kahn and legendary Moscow avant-garde song bard Psoy Korolenko perform original songs and translations that draw on obscure Russian folk tunes, Hasidic niggunim and Yiddish workers’ marches. In a cabaret setting with an abundance of tea and vodka. In English, Russian, and Yiddish. Sponsored in part, by Genesis Philanthropy Group

Chris Thile & Michael Daves - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
January 12, 2012 -

Mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile (of the groups Nickel Creek and Punch Brothers) and guitar maven Michael Daves form an impassioned collaboration in their acclaimed new recording, Sleep with One Eye Open, playing songs made famous by legendary bluegrass artists from years past. Together they bring �small-town music with New York City intensity� (NPR) to bluegrass standards played with punk rock abandon. But while acknowledging history they exuberantly defy tradition. Their take-no-prisoners bluegrass will be on dazzling display in The Allen Room.

Faust - Metropolitan Opera
January 13, 2012 -

With Jonas Kaufmann in the title role, René Pape as the devil, and Marina Poplavskaya as Marguerite, Gounod's classic retelling of the Faust legend couldn't be better served. Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff updates the story to the first half of the 20th century with a production that won praise in London last season. A later run features two other first-tier Fausts: Roberto Alagna and Joseph Calleja, with Ferruccio Furlanetto stepping in as the devil. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts on the heels of his Don Carlo success.

Ramsey Lewis - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
January 13, 2012 - New York

Pianist and composer Ramsey Lewis first captivated fans with his first album, Ramsey Lewis And The Gentlemen of Swing, by the Ramsey Lewis Trio. By 1965, he was one of the nation's most successful jazz pianists, topping the charts with The In Crowd, Hang On Sloopy, and Wade In The Water. He has three Grammy Awards and seven Gold records to his credit. ??Lewis has been honored with three honorary doctorate degrees and the Recording Academy Governor's Award in 2000, and he was Person of the Week on ABC Nightly News in February 1995. He has performed at a White House State Dinner, was awarded the prestigious Lincoln Academy of Illinois Laureate Award in Springfield, Illinois, in 1997, and was one of the Olympic Torch runners who carried the Winter 2002 Olympic Torch during its journey to Salt Lake City in January of 2002. ??In addition to recording albums and performing live, Lewis is active as a radio host and in community affairs. His weekly syndicated radio program, Legends of Jazz, features recordings by scores of jazz legends. He also helped organize the Ravinia Festival's Jazz Mentor Program and also serves as the Artistic Director for that festival's jazz series. ??Lewis has performed at many of the jazz festivals and summer venues in the U.S. He has performed with over 25 symphony orchestras in the U.S. and Canada and has performed in concert and at festivals throughout Europe, Japan, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Since 2005, he has also been seriously composing large-scale musical works, including To Know Her . . ., Proclamation of Hope, and Colors: The Ecology of Oneness. His most recent album, Songs from the Heart: Ramsey Plays Ramsey, came out in 2009 on Concord Records. Tonight's performance is part of Lewis's Sun Goddess tour, a revival of his work with his electric band that will feature compositions from the 1974 Sun Goddess album as well as new material.

J.D. Souther - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
January 13, 2012 -

The songs of J.D. Souther are on the personal soundtrack of virtually every American over the age of 30. Souther wrote many of the hits by the Eagles � The Best of My Love, New Kid in Town, Heartache Tonight, to name a few � as well as Linda Ronstadt's Prisoner in Disguise and Faithless Lover, for example, as a key songwriter for the golden era of California rock in the 1970s. What Souther is doing now is taking his best compositions, in stripped-down arrangements, and singing to recapture the moment and emotion of their creation.

Apollo Music Cafe: Soul X 2 - Apollo Theater
January 13, 2012 - New York

The Apollo Music Café is Harlem's new night spot where music genres from the Apollo's heritage - R&B, hip hop, soul, jazz, pop, funk, and rock - are transformed by cutting-edge artists in a stylized lounge space. If you haven't seen Heston live in concert, then get ready to experience a night of soulful bliss. Heston's break-out song If and debut album Storyteller earned him a nomination for a BET-J Virtual Award for Best Underground Artist. Esnavi's powerful voice is drenched in soul and her lyrics have substance. AMN Magazine says her new release, Exit E is hands down, the BEST R&B/SOUL album by any female artist this year! Curated by Lisa Yancey. Tickets: $20. Bar & food, 9pm; show, 10pm.

Tosca - Metropolitan Opera
January 14, 2012 -

Patricia Racette won plaudits when she first sang the title role at the Met in 2010. Now she returns with Roberto Alagna and Aleksandrs Antonenko alternating as her heroic lover, Cavaradossi. George Gagnidze and James Morris share the role of Scarpia.

The Enchanted Island - Metropolitan Opera
January 14, 2012 -

In one extraordinary new work, lovers of Baroque opera have it all: the world's best singers, glorious music of the Baroque masters, and a story drawn from Shakespeare. In The Enchanted Island, the lovers from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream are shipwrecked on his other-worldly island of The Tempest. Inspired by the musical pastiches and masques of the 18th century, the work showcases arias and ensembles by Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau, and others, and a new libretto by Jeremy Sams. Eminent conductor William Christie leads an all-star cast with David Daniels (Prospero) and Joyce DiDonato (Sycorax) as the formidable foes, Plácido Domingo as Neptune, Danielle de Niese as Ariel, and Luca Pisaroni as Caliban. Lisette Oropesa and Anthony Roth Costanzo play Miranda and Ferdinand. The dazzling production is directed and designed by Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch (Satyagraha and the Met's 125 anniversary gala).

Mehta conducts Bruckner - New York Philharmonic
Through January 14, 2012 -

THE MIGHTY SPARROW The Calypso King of the World - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
January 14, 2012 - New York

The Mighty Sparrow is the unrivaled Calypso King of the World, with a career that spans over 40 years and counting. This artist par excellence has earned his rightful place as King of the Calypso World by defeating every other competitor and pretender that would vie for his throne. He has entertained audiences across the globe, including shows in the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Africa, and North and South America, to name but a few. The Mighty Sparrow has proved himself as the quintessential Calypsonian par excellence, with over 70 albums to his credit. Richly endowed with many gifts, he possesses an amazing ability not only to put into music the exploits of society, but to crown his performances with showmanship and appeal. His great contribution to the artform and our lives has unraveled the mysteries of Caribbean life, leaving the professionally trained sociologist and economist befuddled. A combination of talent, hard work, and opportunity has enabled Sparrow's ascendance to the title of Calypso King of the World. He has brought honor, glory, and dignity to an indigenous art form that was once scorned by the elite of Caribbean society. He is one extraordinary entertainer who utilizes the medium he has mastered not just to entertain, but also to edify, enlighten, and educate. Without a doubt, as The Mighty Sparrow, this king of kings is the real supreme serenader.

William Finn: Songs of Innocence and Experience - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
January 14, 2012 -

William Finn's enormously popular Broadway musicals � Falsettos and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee � along with his numerous works Off Broadway including A New Brain, Elegies, and Romance in Hard Times mine his life experiences of being gay and Jewish to usually hilarious, often tender effect. His newest project is a Broadway-bound musical of the movie Little Miss Sunshine. Finn will be joined by favorite vocalists and they'll bring to The Allen Room a song cycle inspired by the poetry of William Blake focusing on family, belonging, love, loss, and healing � the stuff of the great American Songbook.

Apollo Music Cafe: Urban Soul/Nu Blues - Apollo Theater
January 14, 2012 - New York

The Apollo Music Cafe is Harlem's new night spot where music genres from the Apollo's heritage - R&B, hip hop, soul, jazz, pop, funk, and rock - are transformed by cutting-edge artists in a stylized lounge space. The DNA of the blues courses through some of the hottest music of today. Steve Wallace, the impresario of urban soul, links the down home lyrical sensibility of Chicago style blues with a high quality melodic brand of R&B. Muddy Wallace Jr. is the real deal - a singer, songwriter and musician from Chicago's south side, who makes the sound of the blues fresh for today. Pre- and post-performance music provided by Supa DJ King James. Curated by Marko Nobles, InJoy Enterprises. Tickets: $20. Bar & food, 9pm; show, 10pm.

Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies - American Museum of Natural History
Through June 24, 2012 - Upper West Side

Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies, an exhibition of more than 20 sets of striking large-format prints, showcases advanced imaging technologies used by scientists at the American Museum of Natural History and reveals once-hidden, intricate details of both natural phenomena and cultural artifacts. The exhibition features images that were created in pursuit of scientific knowledge but also resulted in visually arresting art. It explores how such imaging technologies -- including infrared photography, scanning electron microscopy, and computed tomography (CT) -- make it possible to examine and analyze a range of specimens at levels of detail previously unimaginable, advancing science and providing new insights into the visual splendor of the universe.


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