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Catherine Malfitano Talks About The New York City Opera

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Catherine Malfitano leads a protest in New york against the New York City Opera's "downsizing" and a move from its home in Lincoln Center.
4:57PM
August 11, 2011

Soprano Catherine Malfitano joins her colleagues in protesting the New York City Opera’s move from Lincoln Center.

Paul Taylor Dance Company Is New Tenant at Lincoln Center

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Shoes made for dancing or for walking across New York City to Lincoln Center.
5:01PM
July
15, 2011

Only weeks after New York City Opera left Lincoln Center for cheaper digs, the Paul Taylor Dance Company has announced it’s moving in.

Opera Stars Crowing about NYC Opera’s Move from Lincoln Center

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The David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center could soon be the former home of the New York City Opera
12:13PM
July
8, 2011

Placido Domingo and other opera stars are speaking out against the New York City Opera’s proposed move from Lincoln Center. Should the NYC Opera get cheaper digs and book pick-up orchestras to cut costs, or should the company’s management be called upon to find other solutions?

Classical Headlines: Saving The New York City Opera

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The fiscally troubled New York City Opera recently announced plans to leave the New York Theater, their home at Lincoln Center.
8:00AM
June
8, 2011

Your morning classical headlines: musicians mobilize to save the New York City Opera, more squabbling over noise in Central Park, the head of the Van Cliburn Foundation calls it quits and technology makes water flow in the Dead Sea.

Classical Headlines: New York Philharmonic on the Move (Maybe)

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Jason Weinberger, resident conductor of the Louisville Orchestra. The orchestra is a focus this week of positive stories as it plans to emerge from bankruptcy.
8:00AM
June
2, 2011

Todays classical headlines include more on the musical journey out of bankruptcy for the Louisville Orchestra, a (possible) temporary home for the New York Philharmonic and last-minute cancellations on the Met’s upcoming tour of Japan.

Classical Headlines for May 27, 2011

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Video game artists Cory Arcangel's project for The Curve, co-commissioned by Whitney Museum of American Art, is an installation of 14 bowling video games from the 1970s to the 2000s.
10:07AM
May
27, 2011

More video game art, the Asian Festival at Franklin Park Conservatory and more fallout from a recent decision by the NYC Opera to shrink their season and move from Lincoln Center.

New York City Opera Announces Plans To Leave Lincoln Center

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The New York City Opera has announced plans to leave the New York Theater, the company's home since 1966.
4:56PM
May
24, 2011

The New York City Opera has always been vital but is now teetering close to bankruptcy.