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It’s Time to Renew Your Broadway Close Up Subscription!

Welcome to the Fall 2016 Season!
Current Subscribers: Renew by June 27 to keep your seats!

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Here's a sneak peek at the fall 2016 performances:


Mon, Sep 26, 7:30 pm
Bound For Broadway with Liz Callaway
Want to see the next Avenue Q or Hamilton before anyone else? Don't miss Bound for Broadway! An annual event eagerly...

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Welcome to the 2016-17 Season!

Current subscribers: Renew by June 6 to keep your seats!
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Here's a Sneak Preview of the 2016-17 Performances:
 

Mon, Nov 7, 2016, 7:30 pm
BEETHOVEN'S SYMPHONY...

An Interview with Soprano Julia Bullock

On April 5, Kaufman Music Center welcomes soprano Julia Bullock to Merkin Concert Hall, where she’ll perform a Tuesday Matinee of pieces carefully curated to reflect her unique identity. Get program & ticket info. Originally from St. Louis, the fast-rising Millennial’s resume already boasts degrees from the Eastman School of Music and Bard College, an Artist Diploma...

New Videos & Recordings

Watch videos and listen to recordings of performances at Merkin Concert Hall and beyond, including student performances, the Ecstatic Music Festival, What Makes It Great? and Face the Music!

Click to listen to a recording of the March 8, 2016 Henry Schneider Scholarship Concert, featuring outstanding performances by Lucy Moses School students Leah Amory, Ethan Brown,...

Rock n’ Shop Flea Market Comes to the Ecstatic Music Festival!

Wed, Mar 2 at Kaufman Music Center’s Merkin Concert Hall
Free and open to the public from 2 to 5:30 pm;
Open to Ecstatic Music Festival ticketholders only from 6:45 to 9:30 pm.

On Mar 2, Rock n' Shop, Bushwick’s first  pop up “alternative mall,” heads uptown to Kaufman Music Center, bringing its unique shopping, dining and entertainment experience to the 2016...

Upcoming Student & Faculty Performances

Mark your calendars for these performances featuring Kaufman Music Center students and faculty.

 
Tue, Aug 2 & Wed, Aug 3, 6:30 pm
LMS Summer Musical Theater Workshop Final Performance
Merkin Concert Hall

Fri, Aug 25, 3 pm
LMS Summer String Fest Final Performance
Merkin Concert Hall

Broadway Playhouse Featured in the New York Times

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NEW VIDEO! Watch Tony Arnold at the Resonant Bodies Festival at Merkin Concert Hall

Watch soprano Tony Arnold perform Beat Furrer's "Lotófagos" and Thomas Adès's "Life Story" at the sold-out opening night of the 2015 Resonant Bodies Festival.

Read a New York Times review of this concert, which took place at Merkin Concert Hall on Sep 9, 2015.

Tony Arnold

with
Jacob Greenberg, piano
Randall Zigler, double bass
Gleb Kanasevich, bass clarinet...

An Interview with Liz Callaway

Now in its 16th season, Kaufman Music Center’s Bound for Broadway brings together teams of lyricists and composers of new musicals, who share their creative process with the audience as well as songs from the shows. These performances are hosted by Broadway veteran and Tony nominee Liz Callaway, best known for her roles in musicals like Merrily We Roll Along, Follies...

NEW VIDEO! Rob Kapilow Introduces “What Makes It Great?”

On Nov 2, NPR commentator/conductor/pianist Rob Kapilow will show you what makes Beethoven's brilliant, conflicted and contradictory Kreutzer Sonata tick. At each What Makes It Great? performance, Rob unravels a musical masterpiece, which is then performed in its entirety and followed by a Q&A with the audience. Get series info.

Watch Rob introduce the series, and...

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