NYC Life: Music, Art, and Fashion Fun
March is heating up with some great events and shows. There’s the Armory Art Show this weekend, the Tomatoes Got Talent Show on March 13, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra on March 9, and if you love fashion, the opening of the Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History exhibit on Mach 18 at the Jewish Museum.
March 3-6. The Armory Art Show
If you love art, head to pier 92 & 94, overlooking the Hudson River this weekend for America’s leading international art fair. You’ll find some of the highest-quality modern and contemporary art, from the world’s foremost galleries. The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s much-anticipated launch of The Met Breuer, further enhancing next year’s Armory Arts Week. Furthermore, The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with a number of parallel art fairs, including our affiliate fair, VOLTA NY, which will again take place on Pier 90. Get the details.
March 9. Love Mozart?
Hurry and get tickets discounted tickets for March 9 at Lincoln Center for a performance by the Vienna Mozart Orchestra. Travel back in time with this light and fun tribute to the great composer, which features the Vienna Mozart Orchestra performing in period costumes and powdered wigs. From Eine kleine Nachtmusik and the “Turkish March” to excerpts from operas The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute, which will be performed by two Viennese opera singers, this concert at Lincoln Center combines expert musicianship with rollicking humor. Get discount discounts via Goldstar.
March 18 to August. 7. Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History
If you love fashion like we do, head to the Jewish Museum for the first museum exhibition to focus on the influential American fashion designer, artist, and entrepreneur, Isaac Mizrahi. The exhibition explores his unique position at the intersection of high style and popular culture. While best known for his clothing designs, Mizrahi’s creativity has expanded over a nearly three-decade career to embrace acting, directing, set and costume design, writing, and cabaret performance. Spanning his first collection in 1987 to the present day, An Unruly History weaves together the many threads of his prolific career, juxtaposing work in fashion, film, television, and the performing arts. 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, NYC
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