Culture This year, Lincoln Center’s seventh White Light Festival casts its gaze on artistic expression originating in and inspired by South India with Sounds of India,  which runs from October 25 through November 6. Celebrated choreographer Mark Morris, who has developed a deep interest in and relationship with the area over three decades,

All-Day Behind-the-Scenes Access to New York’s Cultural Centerpiece Will Stream on Facebook Live Globally October 7, 2016,  From Sunup to Curtain Down The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Film Society of Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School, Lincoln Center Theater, Lincoln Ristorante, The Metropolitan Opera, New

Pedro Almodóvar November 29–December 17, 2016 The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters Pedro Almodóvar Opens with a Special Screening of His Upcoming Film, Julieta, and Will Feature All 20 Films from the Director’s Career. Pedro Almodóvar will be honored with a major career retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art

While attending a wonderful event at a Gilded-Age Mansion in New York, I had the honor to witness an extraordinary and talented pianist. Her name is Harriet Stubbs and she was there presenting her first album. Her profound and insightful playing inspires anyone to reach deep into oneself, creative resources

Create, Rise And Shine Being an artist is like a never ending journey through the stars.  To us, everyday comes like an open sea of endless possibilities. Whether we sing, write or paint the world with smiles, the initial spark of every sunrise comes to us like a challenging reflection

‘2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal’ is the title of the latest piece from Spanish-born British composer Toni Castells which will have its World Premiere at St. James’s Piccadilly, London, on the 6th of July of 2016 at 7.30pm. The piece features the composer’s trademark blend of classical ensembles, operatic