‘Liquidus’ Live Digital Performances Inspired by COVID-19 in NYC

Liquidus; a series of solo dance performances conceived during New York City’s COVID-19 shelter in place. Tabula Rasa Dance Theater will livestream this series on YouTube; Saturday July 25, August 1st, 8th, and 15th at 7pm EST. Four dancers from different communities with distinct experiences navigating COVID-19, two who have tested positive and two who have tested negative, will…

MAD About Jewelry Virtual Trunk Shows

New York’s Museum of Arts and Design hosts MAD About Jewelry Virtual Trunk Shows, every week on Zoom. Jewelry enthusiasts and fashionistas will see a behind-the-scenes look at what artists are working on now; learn about their craftsmanship, processes and inspirations; and – best of all – you can shop the pieces you love! The designers will send them right to you, with proceeds directly benefiting the artists and the Museum‘s…

PHOTOS: Friends of The Budapest Festival Orchestra Gala

Maestro Iván Fischer led The Budapest Festival Orchestra in a thrilling all-Dvořák program at David Geffen Hall Sunday including an encore of Braham’s Hungarian Dance No. 5.  Maestro Fischer announced from his podium, “the arrangement includes some of the original folk melody”, which was sung by the members of the Orchestra.  It was a memorable performance punctuated by multiple…

PHOTOS: YAGP Tours FIT’s ‘Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse’

Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP) and board member Marcella Hymowitz brought friends to a private tour of Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse, the new exhibition at The Museum at FIT. FIT Museum Deputy Director Patricia Mears explained, “Today we take for granted that ballerinas have a major impact on modern fashion. However this is a relatively recent phenomenon.  For most of ballets long history, professional female…

David Kramer Exhibition, Essential Oils, Open Through March 14, 2020

David Kramer’s Essential Oils is now extended through March 14th, 2020 at the Owen James Gallery. This modern world has not turned out to be the gauzy utopia we were once promised, and David Kramer is here to tell us all about it. The paintings of David Kramer are full of self-deprecating humor, irony and…

PHOTOS: Debutantes and Dancing at The 65th Viennese Opera Ball

Elisabeth Muhr, Denise Rich, and Jean Shafiroff chaired the 65th Viennese Opera Ball on Friday, February 7, 2020 at Cipriani 42nd Street, New York City, under the patronage of The President of the Republic of Austria, H.E. Alexander Van der Bellen. Actor Nathan Lee Graham emceed the Ball, celebrating the cultural and economic relationships between Austria and America, connecting two continents, two cities and two…

David Guetta To Headline Brooklyn Mirage May 15

On May 15th 2020, global dance music legend David Guetta is coming to the iconic Brooklyn Mirage for a spectacular open-air show like no other.   The Grammy winning, multi-million album selling, hit-making Frenchman has defined the global sound of the last decade. His dance shows have headlined the biggest festivals in the world, and…

Out Of Town: Segerstrom Center For The Arts’ 46th Candlelight Concert

A beautiful winter’s spell seemed to have been cast over Segerstrom Center for the Arts, creating a magical setting for its 46th Candlelight Concert. More than 400 guests gathered on Friday, December 6, contributing more than $2.79 million to support the Center’s array of stellar entertainment, artistic, education and community engagement programs including American Ballet…

Your 2019 Holiday Gift Guide Has Arrived

Christmas, Chanukah, New Years  – oh my! They’re just around the corner. Whether you’re looking for presents for loved ones, hostess gifts or secret Santa stocking stuffers, our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide has you covered.

PHOTOS: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Gala at The Plaza Hotel

American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (AFIPO), which supports the world class Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO), held its annual New York Gala celebrating Israel and the arts on Nov. 18 at The Plaza Hotel. The event raised funds for KeyNote, the Orchestra’s youth music education programs, and honored singer-songwriter David Broza and fashion designer…

PHOTOS: Dancing All Night at French Heritage Society’s Black & White Ball

French Heritage Society’s (FHS) Black & White Ball, honoring interior designer Geoffrey Bradfield and philanthropists Margaret and Gregory Hedberg, was held yesterday evening at a private club in New York City. “No couple in New York could be as popular and as adorable as the Hedberg’s,” said Board Chairman Elizabeth Stribling. “They are so nice,…

Macy’s Herald Square Unveils Holiday Windows

On Thursday, November 21st, Macy’s Herald Square unveiled its legendary holiday windows signaling the start of the holiday season. The magic began with colorful fireworks, cheerful holiday music, and a special visit from Macy’s Santaland elves. Award-winning designer and Macy’s National Director of Window Presentation, Roya Sullivan, created the 2019 Believe in the Wonder themed holiday displays. Materials such as lacquer, chromed…