New York City offers a trove of art, music, and drama. Our cultural outings help students understand exhibits and performances in light of the history and ideas that inspired them.
A revival of the 2011 Met production of Don Giovanni, Mozart’s tragicomic portrayal of the notorious seducer Don Juan. Dinner and discussion on the relationship between drama and morality.
On tour through the U.S. to celebrate the retirement of their longtime Director of Music, the inimitable choir of men and boys perform a program of early choral music.
The Grammy-nominated string quartet offers an evening filled with Brahms and Schubert, and over dinner we will discuss the intricacies of chamber music.
Renowned pianist Sir András Schiff interprets works of Robert Schumman and Leoš Janáček. The performance at Carnegie Hall will be preceded by dinner and conversation.
Hear the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra perform a selection passionate pieces at Carnegie Hall, preceded by dinner and conversation.
Verdi’s last opera, and one of his rare comedies, is back at The Metropolitan Opera and the performance will be preceded by dinner and discussion.
Explore the world of Middle-Earth at The Morgan Library through a collection of drawings, photos, sketches, and manuscripts which detail the process of creating Tolkien’s fantastic universe.
Performance of La Traviata at the Metropolitan Opera preceded by dinner and discussion on the changing role of family in society.
Come see the Met’s joint exhibit with the Louvre of the great French romantic Eugene Delacroix, followed by dinner and conversation.
Listen to the reconstructed Old English performance of the medieval epic Beowulf followed by dinner and a discussion on the effects of oral tradition.
Start off the fall semester with a pleasant picnic at Fort Tryon Park followed by a visit to The Cloisters’ captivating arrangement of medieval architecture and gardens.