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The pianist delivers a love letter to New York, with a little help from his friends.
The legendary company thrills with four works, including Ailey's masterpiece Revelations.
Renée Fleming, Andrea Bocelli and Jamie Barton highlight one of opera's favorite events.
A frothy musical tribute to the City of Light, starring Susan Graham and Nathan Lane.
The New York Philharmonic's tribute to Ol' Blue Eyes, hosted by Seth MacFarlane.
James Lapine's tribute to a life in the theater, starring Tony Shalhoub and Andrea Martin.
The weirdness and wonder of Danny Elfman's music and Tim Burton's visions.
The landmark musical brought to life by the New York Philharmonic and an all-star cast.
The stars of the PBS special tell why the legacy of Sinatra lives on.
James Lapine and Tony Shalhoub reflect on the enduring appeal of Moss Hart's memoir.
Even for this versatile actress, playing multiple roles isn't as easy as it looks.
Creators and cast members talk about the dizzying, Tony Award-winning set of "Act One."
Actor Santino Fontana describes how he approached the demanding role of Moss Hart.
The magic of Danny Elfman's music literally leaps off the screen in this haunting excerpt.
Danny Elfman and Tim Burton reminisce about their blockbuster breakthrough with "Batman."
Paul Reubens tells us why he tapped Danny Elfman to score "Pee Wee's Big Adventure."
The virtuoso violinist gives us a taste of Cuban music and culture.
The virtuoso pianist tells us why New York is such a special place for him.
The singer offers her special perspective the Alicia Keys classic she's performing.
The celebrated jazz vocalist takes us to one of his favorite clubs in Greenwich Village.
The virtuoso pianist and his special guests deliver a love letter to his adoptive home.
The virtuoso pianist and special guests deliver a love letter to the city of New York.
Lang Lang and his special guests explore the importance of art.
The golden-voiced singer-songwriter talks about shining a light on other people's music.
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