The best fall concerts in NYC
Get over your post-summer woes and get ready for a busy fall season, with shows from arena heavy hitters to indie gems
Check out photos from Afropunk Festival 2015
We swung by Commodore Barry Park for the summer's most stylish celebration of alternative Black culture
What's your summer song?
Take our quiz to figure out which summer song matches your life
The best acts to see at Basilica SoundScape
The festival's fourth installment brings an expertly-curated lineup to the 19th century Basilica Hudson factory
Concerts in NYC
Father John Misty, Willie Nelson and Tune Yards
Ariana Grande, the Electric Zoo Festival and more
Ricky Martin, Panda Bear and The Who
Bonobo, Hudson Mohawke and more
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All the best dog songs, in one paw-some playlist
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What were New York City's greatest concerts of all time?
New York City has hosted countless amazing gigs and shows, and there are just as many opinions about which were the most legendary. But we're on a mission to...
Stevie Wonder is playing a free Central Park show tonight
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Ornette Coleman, 1930–2015
New York has lost a true creative giant in this alto saxophonist and composer who revolutionized the face of jazz
The 50 best photos from the Governors Ball 2015
Relive the fest with this photographic evidence of everything that went down
The best classical and opera concerts in NYC
Mahler & Berlioz: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen; Les nuits d'été
Loftopera is in its third year of bringing the party to the classics. For this production of Berlioz's Les Nuits d'été and Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden...
John Zorn’s Bagatelles
A matinee series of John Zorn's new book of 300 bagatelles. See venue website for more information.
Malcolm Archer’s Christchurch Mass
Bartholomew’s Summer Festival of Sacred Music continues with this morning performance of the Christchurch Mass, composed by the British organist Malcolm...
Violinist Mark Peskanov, violist Vladimir Mendelssohn, cellist Edward Arron and pianist Jeewon Park present a program of music spanning central Europe. For...
The best cabaret concerts in NYC
Carol Lipnik: Almost Back to Normal
Like a spiderweb, Carol Lipnik is surprisingly strong in her ethereality, maintaining an eerie self-possession as she shares enigmatically spooky folk-art...
Ars Nova's eclectic (and cheap!) neovaudevillian variety show features a lively mix of music, comedy and burlesque acts hosted by the very funny John Early...
There may be no better way to spend an early Saturday evening in New York than with the superb pianist and singer Barbara Carroll, joined here by bassist Jay...